Top 10 Enterprise Mobile App Development Gotchas (and how to avoid them).
The most overlooked aspects of Enterprise Mobile App development.
Who should watch this webinar? Business and IT Professionals responsible for delivering enterprise mobile applications to their workforce.
Many organizations have experience in delivering mobile applications to their customers in the public App Stores – typically using external vendor products and services. Today, these companies, as well as firms who haven’t yet ventured into mobile, are now looking at valuable use cases for mobile for their employees. The Propelics Resources and Blog is full of content in how organizations are conceptualizing, visualizing, and prioritizing these Enterprise Mobile App ideas.
But what about delivering them?
Although there is a low threshold of entry associated with the development of mobile apps, there is also a low level of maturity of available best practices to help avoid common pitfalls. As we reflect on the landscape of enterprise mobile app development, some themes are starting to emerge. This webinar discusses the most common mistakes made by companies and the ways you can avoid them.
From mistakes made due to lack of understanding of the technical challenges, lack of understanding of mobile specific UX, deciding on cross-platform technologies, defining integration requirements, and determining the best methods to test your application, lack of planning for the post deployment support, this webinar will touch on many of the common failure points of mobile application development.
Join Shahab Choudhry, co-Founder of Propelics, to hear more about some of these common mistakes and more importantly how to avoid them.
Watch this information packed webinar to learn:
- Some of the most overlooked aspects of Enterprise Mobile App Development
- Steps you can take to ensure a higher success rate of Mobile App delivery
Shahab Choudhry, Propelics Partner.
Shahab is a visionary thought leader and builder of successful companies who has been at the forefront of trying to make sense of the various technology shifts in the past two decades. He has advised several startups, early stage companies and Fortune 500 companies in making the most of these technology shifts. His focus has been on new products and platforms for the enterprise. His track record as a builder of companies includes IPOs, successful acquisitions as well as a failed startup.