2014 is here and mobility continues to move at a breakneck pace.
Organizations of all sizes are building and executing mobile strategies. 2013 was the year of planning, 2014 is the year of action. What should you be doing today to position your business for success in a mobile world?
Listen to founders from the Mobile Research Council, Eric Carlson from Propelics and Maribel Lopez from Lopez Research, discuss the top four areas that every company must master in 2014 to stay competitive in mobile. Not predictions, not market trends, and not estimations; this webinar will discuss 4 strategies that you need to execute on in 2014.
Watch this information packed webinar to learn:
- What is a “must have” versus a “nice to have” in 2014
- How will the shifting device landscape impact your mobile strategy in 2014 and beyond
- What’s new and interesting on the mobile horizon that you should care about
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.
Maribel Lopez, Principal & Founder, Lopez Research.
Maribel Lopez offers deep industry knowledge and expertise to provide research, analysis and strategic insight to the communications industry. Over the past two decades, she has observed, commented on and engaged in the massive shifts in communications technologies. She has worked directly with the service provider community as well as with equipment, device and software vendors. Maribel’s perceptions are gained through direct industry involvement and interaction where she has an opportunity to listen and speak to the customers that are the ultimate beneficiaries of her clients’ technologies.