PowWow Mobile partnered with Enterprise Mobility Exchange to survey IT professionals about where their companies currently stand in the mobile application space and how much of their legacy systems need to be mobilized. From our findings, we learned that enterprises large and small have an incredible amount of data and workflows that need to be modernized for multiple mobile devices. Simply put, mobility must be a top priority for any company, but less than five percent of enterprise legacy applications have been mobilized. In the infographic, you will find how surveyed companies are mobilizing their current systems and the challenges they are facing in the app development process.
Enterprises should modernize current applications to improve the focus on a more seamless experience for completing common tasks and complex workflows, while also supporting both mobile devices and desktop computers.
PowWow Mobile is a proud sponsor and exhibitor at VMworld 2017 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas on August 27 – 31st. The team will be demonstrating and showcasing their SmartUX Platform inside the Mobility Zone at the VMworld Solutions Exchange at Booth #336.
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