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Mobile enterprise apps are driving billions in new revenue. They transform the mobile employee experience and significantly improve business efficiency and workflows, significantly reducing costs. Yet according to IDC, 1 out of every 3 mobile apps fail, and most enterprises don't venture past their first attempt. Why? Mobile apps are complicated and most companies don't have enough in-house expertise in the ever–evolving complexity of the mobile ecosystem.

One thing is clear, mobile apps can pay off exponentially when designed, developed, and maintained well. They can increase revenue, improve productivity, reduce costs, and improve customers’ experience. In short, they become apps that matter.

In this webinar, learn the 5 new rules for building enterprise apps from the experts. You’ll gain insight on:
  • Best practices to overcome the main barriers to enterprise app success
  • Tips on user-centric design that hooks users and drives adoption
  • Strategies for app security and compliance
  • Two customer success stories featuring: 1) Blue Jeans Network – a global leader in mobile video collaboration services; 2) The largest manufacturer of greeting cards in the U.S.

Who should attend:
  • Enterprise Line of Business Executives
  • Enterprise App Developers & Designers
  • IT Architects & Managers


Keith Higgins
Chief Marketing Officer
North America – Globo

Piotr Gajos
Chief Innovation Officer
Sourcebits, a Globo company


Paula Bernier
Executive Editor