If your business is considering deploying a mobile app, then you are taking an important step toward enhancing your competitiveness. For the foreseeable future, mobile apps will play a leading role in expanding business opportunities, nurturing customer loyalty, and improving employee productivity. You may already have a highly skilled IT team that does an excellent job handling your website, traditional web applications, and server applications. Your first thought might be to assign the task of developing your mobile app to that team. Think again.

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As you enter the mobile world, you will discover that designing, developing, deploying, and maintaining business apps for mobile devices requires a combination of the right skills, a unique focus and a vastly different thinking process. These additional burdens can easily suck time, energy, and resources from your existing IT team, causing both your web and mobile initiatives to suffer.

To ensure the success of your mobile strategy, start by taking a systematic approach to determining whether your organization has the right resources and skills to develop your mobile app. You’ll find that partnering with an experienced mobile strategist and app developer will help you get the job done better, faster, and more cost-efficiently.


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Shane Long

Shane Long

President at SevenTablets
As President of SevenTablets, Shane Long brings experience in mobility that pre-dates the term “smartphone” and the release of the first iPhone. His work has helped revolutionize the growth of mobility by bringing to market one of the first graphics processors used in mobile phones, technology that after being acquired by Qualcomm lived well into the 4th generation of smartphones, as well as helped pioneer the first GPS implementations in the segment. With a strong engineering and business background, Shane understands how the rise of mobility and Predictive Analytics is crucial to greater business strategies geared toward attaining competitive advantage, accelerating revenue, and realizing new efficiencies. As the leader of a B2B mobility solutions provider, he partners with business leaders including marketers and product developers to leverage enterprise mobile applications, big data and analytics, and mobile strategy.

Shane earned a B.S. at Texas A&M (whoop!) and studied mathematics as a graduate student at Southern Methodist University.
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