The media tablet market did not exist in early 2010. But now, millions of workers use these tablets in the enterprise every day, and the tablet market is just the tip of the mobility iceberg. Just below the surface lies a torrent of innovations that includes mobile applications, social media, mobile health, cloud computing, mobile payments, interconnected machines, mobile collaboration and wireless technologies. Lately, when developing a mobile strategy, Enterprises have caught on to the fact that BYOA (Bring your own App) has gained just as much importance as BYOD – due in part to the fact that apps procured via public app stores can cause all kinds of issues around security and procurement. Also, the proliferation of mobile devices has become so universal that the phrase “mobile-first” may be ousted by “mobile only” in the not-so-distant future. Granted, it won’t happen all at once, but 2016 is undoubtedly half way on course to become the year of mobility. According to Business Insider, there may be as many as 34 billion connected devices by 2020. Not all of these devices will necessarily be mobile; however, many of them will be controllable and customizable via applications meant for smartphones and tablets. Mobile application development was therefore tasked with a new objective in the early 2016: to design easy-to-use dashboard interfaces for mobile. Everything is good and pacing in the mobility space so far. Mobile continues to gain traction in the enterprise, as both IT and line of business need to contend with how they will serve employees, partners and end-user customers. CIOReview understands the emerging importance of Mobility and why it must be introduced as a transcendent for wannabe successful organizations. Being closely scrutinized by a distinct panel of judges including CEOs, CIOs, CXO, analysts and CIOReview editorial board, we present to you 20 Most Promising Enterprise Mobility Companies. These vendors drew our attention not just because of the innovations and solutions, but also because of their experience and fail-proof methods to evaluate the correct mobility strategy for enterprises seeking for it.