Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Rotterdam at the Enterprise Mobility Exchange and Too Long on the Road

We had a great three days at the Enterprise Mobility Exchange in Rotterdam this week.  This is a great mobility event where most of the sessions are end user lead, and I filled over 9 pages with notes.  If you ever get a chance to attend, it is worth it! 

What happens when you spend nearly 4 weeks on the road talking about enterprise mobility and mobile strategies?  The following...

Join me next week for a webinar called, Mobilizing the Real Time Enterprise - opportunities, challenges, threats

Companies report that this year they are building multiple applications and deploying to multiple user groups. They also report that they are struggling with their mobile strategies, worrying about how to secure their applications, and unsure of what development approach to take. How prepared are you to tackle the complexities of integrating your enterprise systems and mobilizing your critical business applications?

The ability to dispatch workers, process orders, update records, and run your businesses – all in real time – offers competitive advantages as well as technical challenges.

Learn about:

What it means to run a real-time enterprise supported by mobile technologies in 2012
The mobile strategies and trends of 602 large enterprises and what they mean for you and your competitors
  • Enterprise mobility challenges that could haunt you the rest of your career
  • Approaches to mobile app development and the value of a platform
  • We will set aside time for Q&A, so there will be plenty of opportunity to answer your specific questions on mobile development best practices. So please join us to learn about building the right apps – on time and on budget.
When: May 31, 1:00 PM EDT

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Kevin Benedict, Mobile Industry Analyst, Mobile Strategy Consultant and SAP Mentor Alumnus
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Full Disclosure: I am an independent mobility analyst, consultant and blogger. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.