The Six Biggest Enterprise Mobility Mistakes To Avoid

Businesses are moving forward in key areas with their enterprise mobility strategies, but all too often development mistakes, like the ones below, can risk project chaos.

Many businesses like yours want to take their processes and business functions mobile. What many companies fail to understand is the complexity involved with developing a mobile app and don’t realize their mistake until they’re in the middle. They then face spending development time and resources just to get the project back on track where they should have been in the first place. You’ll want to make sure your team is experienced in all aspects of a mobile app project like this.

6 biggest enterprise mobility mistakes to avoid

How can you be sure that your enterprise mobility project won’t make these same mistakes? We’ve collected 6 things you’ll need to know.

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Why Your Business Needs a Mobile App: Learn From The Rock

Brash and motivating, The Rock Clock delivers a branding experience unlike any other I’ve seen. If you to want to learn why your business needs a mobile app, The Rock can teach you.

I’ve used The Rock Clock for months now, and I’ll tell you this if you’re planning to as well: get used to being called a candy-ass first thing in the morning. A lot.


The Rock Clock is an alarm clock released by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the star of (insert almost any massive summer blockbuster here), and is phase two of what he’s calling Project Rock. The goal of Project Rock is to push people to attain their biggest hopes and dreams. It’s all about motivation and getting his personal brand out there in an engaging way.

And it is hands-down one of the best examples of mobile apps for a business I’ve ever seen. So what can you, the business owner, learn about a mobile app from the Rock?

A ton, jabroni.

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Mobile App Statistics That Will Help You Define Your 2016 Strategy


With billions of mobile apps downloaded, 2016 could be a big year if your business is looking to start a mobile app project. But what does the mobile app landscape look like?

This infographic titled Mobile App Statistics That Will Help You Define Your 2016 Strategy shows that average app revenue for Apple is $4,000 and Android is $1,125. Almost half of Google Play Store and App Store users find their app via the search. Word of Mouth is the next biggest way people discover apps with 15% of iPhone users and 12% of Android users. The smallest numbers were social media ads and referrals, with iPhone users only finding an app 1% of the time in both ads and referrals, and Android users finding an app 2% of the time in an ad, and 1% of the time in a referral.

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5 Key Tips For Successful Mobile App Development


This is an amazing time. You, as a business owner, can take your company and literally put it in the pocket of your customer. Mobile devices are dominating growth in computing and mobile app development is an indispensable part of that.

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