Niki Scherer and Max Katz from Exadel’s subsidiary, Appery, were down in Austin, TX last week to participate in the [BE] Enterprise Mobility Forum / Fall 2015. Along with explaining how Appery.io can help businesses with their mobilization efforts and discussing ideas about the general state of enterprise mobilization, they also got a chance to dig into some of the local barbecue. Niki is off to another city now spreading the word about Appery.io, but she had enough time to share a few words about the forum:
The Appery team joined senior mobility leaders for some southern hospitality and to share forward-thinking strategies about how to better embrace a mobile-first mindset for transforming the enterprise.
Mobility has been one of the most disruptive technologies for IT departments. There was a lot of discussion of the hard work going on to amend existing infrastructures to accommodate the new architectures. We also discussed how embracing a mobile-first position for the enterprise requires considering the expectations and requirements of end users, line-of-business leaders, and IT leaders as essential components that go into forming a unifying business objective: achieving best-in-breed customer experience, workforce productivity, and operational efficiency.
(The Appery team will be at the Gartner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit December 1–3.)