The shift to Omni-channel development spanning native, web and hybrid styles adds new complexity and drives new market requirements. Organizations can optimize their current approaches to get the best User Experience, Speed (Time to Market) or Choice – but usually never attain all three simultaneously.

View our on-demand webinar with guest Forrester analyst, Mike Facemire for an overview of this emerging trend and how you can adopt a no compromise approach.

Includes topics such as:

  • Forrester’s perspective of mobile development trends
  • Business and IT benefits from a new enterprise app dev model
  • Critical components of a no compromise approach to omni-channel development

Watch now to learn how to assess your readiness when it comes to the mobile + web market evolution and the best ways to avoid compromise! 


Speakers

Michael Facemire - VP Principal Analyst, Forrester

Michael Facemire

Michael serves Application Development & Delivery Professionals. He is a leading expert on mobile software development, software development processes, and next-generation software architectures.

Michael has more than 15 years of experience in the software development industry. He joined Forrester from IBM, where he delivered industry-leading applications in mobile, social software, content management, portal, and workflow. While there, he authored or co-authored 23 patents in the areas of mobile software, collaborative systems, content management, and media services that have been issued or pending.


Edward Gross - Vice President of Product Management, Kony

Ed Gross

Edward Gross leads the product management of the mobile design and development portfolio at Kony. In this position, he is responsible for shaping Kony's overall strategy for Visualizer Starter, Visualizer Enterprise, and the Kony development framework. Previously, Ed served as the director of product management for vertical-specific app design and development solutions at Kony.

Prior to joining Kony, Ed served as the director of product management at NCR and in a number of design related leadership positions in the entertainment industry.



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