Setting a Coordinated Mobility Strategy
- He encourages you to think really clearly about whether your mobile collaboration tools work for everyone within your organization
- Think long-term, be prepared to migrate to a different system in the future
- Keep the product as simple as possible and be prepared to lose users if you change the functionality of a well-used product
How is your company going to navigate its challenges? Changes in technology make it difficult to stay relevant. Active mobile devices now outnumber the world’s human population, and mobile web traffic has now overtaken PC traffic in some countries. That’s crazy! As a result, companies need mobility to keep up. With 50 billion connected things on the horizon for 2020, the only sane way to leverage these major leaps in technology is through the help of a Managed Mobility Services (MMS) provider like MOBI. See why mobile-focused companies outperform their peers. Check out why you should emphasize mobility in 2016.
Building a backend big enough to support mobile apps, apps that often require complicated back ends.
Creating apps that create the highest quality user experience
Reducing time to market to see the results of your apps quickly
Measuring the success of B2C apps by gaining a full understanding of usage