Robert Half Technology recently released the results from a survey of over 2300 CIOs from 23 major metropolitan areas in the U.S. Their responses on mobile strategy provide an interesting look into the state of mobility across the country today.
Not everyone is on the mobile app bandwagon
Several Kony team members, myself included, attended Marketo's Marketing Nation Summit this week in San Francisco. It was a great show with a strong mix of thought leadership and product-specific content, but across every topic and agenda item, one thread kept floating to the top. You guessed it: mobile.
This blog post is based on the white paper App Development in the Cloud: Advantages, Challenges, and How to Do It Right. Read the whole thing here.
It’s a customer’s world and we’re all just living in it.
Want to measure the return on investment (ROI) for your mobile initiative? Start here.
Whether you're focused on mobilizing customers or employees, this infographic covers all the bases: defining your goals, assessing costs, assigning KPIs, and reaching an ROI calculation in cold, hard numbers. Go beyond strategy with metrics and equations that prove that enterprise mobility truly adds up.
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How well do you know your CIO or IT Director? How well does your CIO know you? How often do you see any member of your IT department? And is your organisation fully up to speed when it comes to understanding the current strategies and objectives of your IT team?
The Fortune 500 insurance company in our latest case study snapshot required fast app development and deployment and simple integration to its back-end systems in order to put out consumer-facing apps that its users would love. Kony fit the bill. This insurance company chose Kony to lower costs, increase efficiency, speed up development time, and create a better user experience, and accomplished all of the above.
The latest installment of our Kony Innovator Series features Axel Fiedler, the IT advisory lead for SAP, CRM, and mobility at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He is confronting the twin challenges of an IT leader: modernizing a mission-critical enterprise application while simultaneously mobilizing key functions for knowledge workers.
According to a recent Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) study, Natwest, Bupa and Hiscox have the best mobile user experience amongst UK financial institutions. The IAB also reported that a quarter of the top spending 50 UK finance brands still don’t have a mobile presence.
Last fall, we published an infographic detailing the pros and cons to using HTML5 for mobile app development. Many of those advantages and challenges have remained the same, but this is the world of mobile - things move fast.