Mobile is driving disruption and enabling amazing new opportunities in every business sector and vertical. The mobile revolution is unmistakable and it is happening at breathtaking speed. There are new roles, new processes, and fundamentally different technology stacks. Extending what has been done before will not work. A new approach is needed. This paper explores the new reality of the mobile application lifecycle what changes are required to be successful.
Building a great mobile app is only a small part of the application success. The mobile application lifecycle is evolving quickly and requires a fresh approach that is vastly different from the past. Delivering innovative mobile applications requires navigating through a minefield where timelines are shrinking, roles are collaborating more, and integration and automation are becoming mandatory.
Mobile is transforming how enterprises operate and build relationships with customers. It will further disrupt how businesses interact with employees and manage their existing technology infrastructure. As a leader in your organization, how will you enable mobility to become a core part of your enterprise? How can you build a long-term, sustainable mobile strategy that offers solutions to best fit your business needs?
770 leaders in our enterprise community contributed to Appcelerator's first Mobile Enterprise Report! Learn about critical mobile initiatives and trends that are transforming the enterprise.
Key findings include:
-Mobile provides the opportunity to change everything for businesses: including new ways to enable employees, new ways to communicate with customers, and new business models
-New mobile applications will surpass the number of new desktop applications in 2013
-Mobile first companies will disrupt mature industries in 2013
-None of the major traditional IT and software vendors are showing leadership in mobile
-2013 will be the year of the cloud-connected, UI/UX-driven, employee-facing mobile app
... and much more!
Mitsubishi Electric projects a $30 million increase in sales with just one enterprise mobile app. Mitsubishi Electric builds a suite of enterprise and consumer apps on Appcelerator Titanium to improve its multi-step distribution system.
Mobility presents an unprecedented opportunity for businesses to transform customer relationships, build a competitive advantage, and disrupt markets. But how do you become a mobile-first enterprise? And what technology do you need to seize the mobile opportunity?
Any company creating mobile apps today faces an important decision NATIVE or HTML5? Each has its advantages, but choosing the wrong one could be costly . Learn more about the tradeoffs in this presentation.
What are the most important mobile initiatives transforming the enterprise. Hear from 770 enterprise leaders about their perceptions about current debates in mobile, social, and cloud, as well as their development priorities.
Tal Broda, Senior VP Engineering, SOASTA & Stephen Feloney, Director of Product Management, Appcelerator
2013 is the year of mobile. Yet the pressure to be fast in mobile development puts app quality at risk. When bad reviews spell the end of your app, or your company, this is risk you can’t afford. Gartner Visionaries SOASTA and Appcelerator are leading the way enabling enterprise IT to deliver the highly rated apps that propel growth and competitiveness in this new year and beyond. Join mobile dev and test experts to see the leading mobile technologies unified to accelerate the delivery of mobile apps that withstand all the extreme demands of today’s users.
You’ll see how Appcelerator and SOASTA together help:
- Build cross-platform mobile applications from a single code base
- Create compelling user experiences with cloud services
- Validate mobile app functionality on real, unaltered devices.
- Assure mobile performance at any scale with cloud-based testing
- Welcome in 2013 with a new strategy to deliver the highest quality mobile apps, faster than you may have thought possible.
Appcelerator and IDC surveyed 2,837 Appcelerator Titanium developers from November 15-26, 2012 on their perceptions about current debates in mobile, social, and the cloud as well as their development priorities. Some of the key findings reveal that mobile developers believe that a mobile-first startup could disrupt Microsoft, Google, and Facebook, mobile will forever change retail, and a strong start for Google’s Nexus tablets. In addition, mobile developers share their predictions for mobile in 2013.