Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: April 11-22
How to create enterprise apps employees want to use
What is it about consumer apps that makes them more appealing to end users? For one things, the considerations of the user are included in every step of the planning process: something that doesn’t always happen during the development of an enterprise mobile app. But with the need for enterprise apps to keep people productive, taking an approach similar to how consumer apps are created is ideal.
Four ways a mobility project can transform your business
Implementing mobile use cases in your organization doesn’t mean taking processes that formerly worked and simply porting them over to mobile: mobile has its own special approach that needs to be taken. Some things to consider are creating workflows that can increase productivity, and seeking out ways to improve communications between departments.
Now is the time to embrace enterprise mobility
With mobile phones is use by nearly everyone, every day, it makes sense to take advantage of the ubiquity by including business processes as part of a mobile experience. Not only are people able to work anywhere (not necessarily right at their desk), but you can count on employees being more engaged if they’re able to keep in touch whenever they deem fit.
Right metrics to evaluate success of your enterprise mobile application
While using enterprise apps in the workplace has its advantages, how do you know that things are going well for your end users? Keeping track of app crashing and latency can give you an idea of where your app needs attention, and understanding how much people are using the app: based on how often it’s launched can tell you if your app has the right reach.