If you’re anything like me, the primary way that you correspond with just about everybody in your life is electronically. Whether it’s an email to a parent, a text to a friend, or a conference call with a coworker, our daily lives are filled with distracted, fractured interactions enabled by the fact that we can rely on our devices to retain conversational data for us.
As we continue the transition to a mobile-first world, multi-channel applications are becoming central to the business infrastructures of virtually ever company on the planet. One look at the organizations presenting at this week’s Kony World shows what’s possible with forward-thinking companies like Nationwide, Bayer, and Alfa Insurance achieving significant business results through their respective enterprise mobility initiatives.
Kony World isn’t the only big mobility conference to hit the industry recently. With eighty thousand visitors and over fifteen hundred exhibitors over four days, Mobile World Congress continues to dominate the mobile landscape as a must-attend industry forum.
I’d like to share the top four takeaways I gained from visiting the exhibition stands, listening to the keynotes, and talking with our clients and partners on site.
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In January, I wrote about eight great reasons to attend Kony World 2014. Well, the list has gotten longer. We're one week away from the hottest event in the mobility industry, and I'm excited to announce even more reasons to join us in Orlando on March 4-7.
For starters, we've got exceptional keynote speakers covering the latest topics in mobile:
Over the last several years, there has been a dramatic shift in the way designers are expected to approach mobile app design. At one time just having an app, regardless of usability or design layout, was enough to differentiate a company from the competition. Little, if any, consideration needed to be given to how that app would perform across multiple devices and on multiple operating systems.
Our latest Innovator Series report features Tim, the senior manager for IT architecture at a pharmaceutical firm that is modernizing and empowering its mobile sales force. He is spearheading the company’s efforts to move its selling tools from tablet PCs to iPad apps.
This week the BBC highlighted an exciting smartphone technology set to take UK retailers by storm. Using iBeacon technology and location-based services, companies will be able to work out where you are in their store, which products you’re considering, and send you promotional offers according your preference – all through a mobile application that can be easily downloaded by a customer.
Like most companies, here at Kony we keep an eye on the internet to see who’s talking about us. It always makes my day when we come across something like this: My Little Kony. Posted in the SAP Community Network, this blog was written by Stephen Kringas, a developer who recently attended one of our training courses.