2013-08-23 16:59:36 - Flavius Saracut, marketing manager at mobile app development agency Mobiversal, shares insights on what's coming next in the enterprise mobile sector.
Saracut released a post last week titled, "Latest Trends in Enterprise Mobile App Development". blog.mobiversal.com/latest-trends-in-enterprise-mobile-app-devel ..
"By 2017, 25 percent of enterprises will have an enterprise app store for managing corporate-sanctioned apps on PCs and mobile devices, according to Gartner, Inc. Enterprise app stores will come with control over the apps used by employees, greater control over software budgets and greater negotiating leverage with app vendors, but this greater control is only possible if the enterprise app store will be adopted across the board.
With enterprises under extreme pressure from management and employees to develop and deploy mobile applications to accommodate mobile work styles and increase customer engagement, Gartner, Inc. predicts that more than 50 percent of mobile apps deployed by 2016
will be hybrid.
To address the need for mobile applications, enterprises are looking to leverage applications across multiple platforms. The advantages of the hybrid architecture, which combines the portability of HTML5 Web apps with a native container that facilitates access to native device features, will appeal to many enterprises.
A last trend spotted by Gartner on the enterprise mobility is that by 2014, Apple will be as accepted by enterprise IT as Microsoft is today." states Saracut.
About Flavius Saracut and Mobiversal's Blog:
Flavius Saracut is the Marketing Manager of Mobiversal, mobile app development agency serving companies from small to large. Mobiversal has successfully built from business apps, utilities to games, some of them being featured on media outlets like BBC, CNN, NBC and FOX News.