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Mobilizing Enterprise Apps – Too Many Apps, Not Enough Time

Enterprises are under tremendous pressure to “mobilize” their enterprise apps for consumers and employees. Mobilizing enterprise apps can provide a boost in increasing revenues and employee productivity. Time to market is of paramount importance but companies are short on resources and expertise. But there are a few strategies that can help companies get organized, be proactive, and rapidly develop and deploy these mobile apps. We will discuss these strategies, challenges, issues, and solutions that can help you execute your mobile initiatives successfully.
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Mandeep Khera & Pascal Jaillon, moTwin & Sanjiv Goyal, CEO, Droisys
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