Most organizations treated mobile as an independent silo. But mobile apps are increasingly creating overlap and redundancy, and silo projects are not sharing best practices across broader development teams.
Treating mobile apps separately adds unnecessary cost and complexity. Application leaders focused on portfolio strategies must leverage disruptive technologies to drive digital business, while integrating a mobile app strategy into their broader application portfolio.
Published: 27 July 2017 ID: G00327299
Analyst(s): Dennis Gaughan | Deacon D.K Wan
As mobile has become a common part of society, traditional IT need to incorporate mobile into its digital strategy.
Do you know how to best incorporate Mobile Apps into the Application Portfolio?
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