Bracket is a specialty services provider dedicated to helping pharmaceutical sponsors and contract research organizations achieve greater certainty and accurate outcomes in their clinical trials by seamlessly leveraging science, technology and operational excellence.
Mitsubishi Electric projects a $30 million increase in sales with just one enterprise mobile app. Mitsubishi Electric builds a suite of enterprise and consumer apps on Appcelerator Titanium to improve its multi-step distribution system.
Zipcar is a leader for cars-on-demand and offers an alternative to the costs and hassles of owning or renting a car. Accordingly, they are always looking for opportunities to facilitate an “on-the-road” driver experience.
PwC is one of the “Big Four” accounting firms, servicing most of the Global 1000 company with an array of professional consulting services. Read how PwC built their secure, cross-platform TravelWatch app using Titanium.
The web development team at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) recognized the importance of developing the college’s student app for iPhone and Android simultaneously, and they planned their development strategy accordingly.
In the case of Progress Lighting, the largest single source for residential and commercial lighting, Rampart provides development services for the entire line of Progress Lighting web sites, catalogue presentation (mobile and DVD based), and specialty business and marketing applications.
Built on Titanium and using Appcelerator Cloud Services, Clearly Innovative’s MyMilitaryLife app offers members of the National Military Family Association a mobile solution that expedites information delivery for families in frequent transition
In this whitepaper, discover the three keys to mobility success that mobile-savvy organizations always keep in mind. You’ll learn the tools, technologies, and strategies that are necessary for a mobile-ready IT, and how you can deliver quality, user-friendly mobile apps that run on a variety of devices.
In a world of apps, the user is king. Learn how you can pinpoint the exact problems in your mobile app and how to resolve them before they affect user experience, thanks to experience-driven analytics. Read on to learn how to effectively analyze mobile app data in order to drive remediation and enhance your user […]
Mobile is driving disruption and enabling amazing new opportunities in every business sector and vertical. There are new roles, new processes, and fundamentally different technology stacks. In this whitepaper, explore the new reality of the mobile app lifecycle and what changes are required to be successful.
Mobile silos can deliver technology and resource fragmentation, inconsistent business results, and misaligned security and governance. Learn how a Mobile Center of Excellence can enable your enterprise to succeed in mobile with a centralized strategy.
Now more than ever mobile apps are becoming commonplace in the workplace and our daily lives. While mobility brings great opportunity, it can also introduce significant risk to businesses. Explore the 6 layers of security that must be considered when it comes to mobile apps.
While there are far more native than HTML5 mobile apps in the market today, the debate rages on regarding what is the better approach. In this white paper, compare the two approaches – native and HTML5 – with a brief overview and a discussion of the benefits and drawbacks to both.
This white paper examines the role that cloud services play in mobile app delivery. Discover the key requirements for a mobile cloud approach and explore the options for delivering your own cloud services, as well as learn why mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) may be a better alternative.
Companies are realizing that traditional middleware solutions don’t work for mobile. This realization has borne a variety of new tools for enterprise connectivity — but which one is right for your organization? In this webinar, get an in-depth look at the 5 main ways enterprises are mobilizing data.
In order to meet the new requirements of middleware for mobile development, many companies are turning to Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS). Watch this webinar to explore the requirements, capabilities, and benefits of MBaaS now.
A lot has changed since we first looked at the great web, hybrid, native mobile development debate. Enterprises now see employees as a key mobile constituent and iOS 7 has 1500 new native APIs. In this webinar, we discuss the myths, facts and tradeoffs of each and why enterprises go one direction over the other.
Nearly 80% of enterprises use Microsoft’s SharePoint to store, manage and act upon corporate information. Learn common mobile use cases for SharePoint and how to connect your mobile apps to its data in this webinar.
What is the best way to get started in your enterprise mobile strategy? You can build a custom “one-off” mobile app or invest in a mobile platform to build multiple apps, across many operating systems and app architectures. Which approach is right for your enterprise? Watch this webinar to learn more.
When moving at the speed of mobile, vision matters. Gartner named Appcelerator “Visionary” company with highest placement for vision and execution in the 2013 Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms. Read more here.
What are the most important mobile initiatives transforming the enterprise. Hear from 770 enterprise leaders about their perceptions about current debates in mobile, social, and cloud, as well as their development priorities.
Appcelerator and IDC surveyed 2,837 Appcelerator Titanium developers from November 15-26, 2012 on their perceptions about current debates in mobile, social, and the cloud as well as their development priorities. In addition, mobile developers share their predictions for mobile in 2013.
Appcelerator and IDC surveyed 5,526 Appcelerator Titanium developers from August 22-28, 2012 on their perceptions about current debates in mobile, social, and the cloud as well as their development priorities. Read some of the key findings and top predictions for mobile in 2015.
Appcelerator and IDC surveyed 3,632 Appcelerator Titanium developers from May 11-18, 2012 on their mobile plans and development priorities. The key theme that emerged is the changing dynamics in the mobile enterprise app space.
Appcelerator and IDC surveyed 2,173 Appcelerator Titanium developers from January 25-27, 2012 on their plans and development priorities. The surveys focused on their plans and perceptions around HTML5, social capabilities, and developers’ priorities for 2012 compared to 2011.
Appcelerator CEO, Jeff Haynie, speaks about the disruptive market shifts that mobile is driving; the impact of these disruptions on people, processes and technology in the enterprise; and why a fundamentally new approach is needed for companies who want to transform their business with mobile.
Appcelerator delivers the only platform built from the ground up for mobile. Each product in our platform was designed specifically for the unique demands of a mobile first world. The Appcelerator platform represents an open, best of breed approach that delivers everything enterprises need to go mobile.
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