Innovate Your Mobile Application Strategy
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The mobile application’s market will generate $77 billion in revenue by the end of 2017. Basically, if your company isn’t already staying on top of the industry’s latest innovations, it should think about doing so quickly.
For some companies, however, staying on top of the industry’s latest innovations represents unchartered territory, and a road they are wary of tackling alone.
That’s where our Open House webinar series comes in. From April 11 to 15, Enterprise Mobility Exchange will be hosting five presentations, delivered by leading mobility experts, on some of the key challenges within the mobile applications market.
There are millions of mobile apps available now and this increase has been a driver for change in software development. Red Hat Mobile’s presentation will be addressing development by looking at six relevant case studies.
The first day’s presentation will look at application development and deployment. Do you know what the United Nations and mobile development have in common? They both have six official languages. Choose the wrong one, and it could be a source of endless frustration. Pick the right one, and you’re probably on the path to success.
On the series’ second day, AT&T will discuss user experience best practices and how companies, by using emerging technologies, can build solutions around their customers’ needs.
Did you know that the most common reason why someone might abandon an application is because of poor user experience? Heavy battery use, too many adverts and slow responsiveness provide the worst possible first impression.
The presentations from the first two days will be complemented by three other sessions looking at management and security; innovation and strategy; and analytics and marketing. We’ll be bringing you more information on them individually soon.
Did we mention it’s free?