From Conceptual Thought to a Working App in Two Weeks? Seriously?
Go from “back-of-the-napkin” to “downloadable app” in two weeks? Seriously? Learn how to break down the discreet steps of conceptualizing, building and launching an enterprise mobile app within weeks, not months. The secret is harnessing and optimizing the mobile app lifecycle to turn your sketch into reality.
Join Eric Carlson, Partner at Propelics and Alan Murray, SVP of Products at Apperian outline the best practices for defining, developing, distributing, and securing enterprise mobile applications through the lens of real-life use cases.
By watching this webinar you will:
- Learn proven techniques for creating a successful mobile-app in weeks, not months
- Hear practical use cases for driving productivity through mobile apps
- Know how to easily secure and deploy mobile apps with a complex workforce
- How to accelerate time-to-value of your mobile apps by improving app quality and shortening development cycles
Eric Carlson, Propelics Partner.
Eric is a seasoned leader with a keen eye for emerging technologies. He is well respected in both technical and business circles, due to his ability to match up the right amount of technology “geekiness” with business understanding to craft truly unique solutions. As a seasoned executive, with startups through successful exits to his name, Eric has the experience to advise companies on the discipline and objective approaches that are needed to turn ideas into reality.
Alan Murray, Head of Product, Apperian.
As Apperian’s head of Product, Alan is responsible for crafting and guiding the company’s product roadmap and leveraging technological innovations to solve enterprise mobility challenges for our customers and partners more swiftly than any alternative available. Period.
Before joining Apperian, Alan was VP of Product Management at Novell. During his tenure there, he oversaw Novell’s Systems and Resource Management Business Unit and the Identity and Security Management portfolio, building on strong strategic acquisitions. Prior to joining Novell, Alan worked for GE Capital as an Enterprise Solution Architect, where he utilized his deep knowledge of ASP and broadband, applications on-demand and application leasing models.
Alan holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from Dalhousie University. When not in Engineering scrum meetings, Alan can be found “soaring” the thermals in a glider high above New England.