Most large companies have started to introduce mobile applications or mobile-optimized user interfaces to their users, but few have realized the full potential for success. It is not uncommon for us to work with companies on reviewing and re-thinking mobile strategy. Some common discussions include:

  • New opportunities for mobile systems

  • Moving mobile applications under a centralized architecture and approach

  • Mapping mobile experiences to the enterprise IT roadmap

  • Best practices for cross platform user experience

  • The role of responsive design

  • Best practices for mobile systems development

  • Deciding between native, mobile web and hybrid solutions

  • Best-practices for mobile security and device provisioning

  • Mobile and the role of the CMS

  • API gap analysis, design and development

Together, in our webinar Essentials of Mobile Strategy, we will look at each of these issues and relate each back to a DOOR3 case study or real-world example. We will review sample architectures and compare options and approaches in the context of the planning, design and development of mobile solutions that support business drivers and engage users. Please join me and DOOR3’s Mobile Solutions Lead, Ahmed Abdala for a walk throgh the essentials and an opportunity to ask the experts directly in Q&A. Sign up here or find us at Conference Call University.

Ellen Cowan
Ellen Cowan
AVP, Business Development
04.08. 2013
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