Topic: Mobile in the Enterprise

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Business Strategy

Rise of the App Ecosystem (Part 2)

November 2, 2017

  • Nelson Taruc Nelson Taruc

In a previous article, our design team explored an emerging problem facing many companies trying to build a truly mobile workforce: An overload of apps results in a disjointed user experience, which leaves many employees frustrated with the company-given tools that were supposed to make their lives easier. Fortunately, there is a solution: More companies...


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Business Strategy

Rise of the App Ecosystem (Part 1)

October 24, 2017

  • Nelson Taruc Nelson Taruc

A fellow designer and I were sitting in a restaurant last December, listening to a user clearly frustrated about the apps on his tablet. “It’s just overwhelming,” he explained, as he swiped through page after page of apps required by his company to do his job. “I can’t even log into some of these apps...


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AppMinute

I, for one, welcome our new bot overlords

June 20, 2016

  • Justin Magnini Justin Magnini

Here come the bots! One of the more interesting announcements from the recent Microsoft //build conference, was the introduction of the Bot Framework. Demoed during the keynote, was a Domino’s Pizza Bot that allowed the speaker to order a pizza, using natural language, from on stage. Seemed pretty neat, so I decided then, that I...


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AppMinute

Apple TV Will Lead to Smart Screens Everywhere

September 16, 2015

  • Alex Bratton

Apple just declared that “The future of TV is apps.” I would suggest they left a word out — “The future of the TV is apps.” This isn’t just about movies and shows, it’s about the TV screen itself. Apple has opened up their TV set top box to apps and this provides an interesting...


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Mobile in the Enterprise

Windows 10 And What It Means For Enterprise

April 8, 2015

  • Felipe Laso Marsetti

The upcoming update to Microsoft’s flagship OS, Windows 10, is nothing short of spectacular for end users and enterprise customers alike. The confusing product that was Windows 8, later alleviated by the release of Windows 8.1, has matured and evolved into a fantastic product that aims to deliver an end-to-end quality experience. For this reason...


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Mobile in the Enterprise

Have you started planning Apple Watch apps?

March 31, 2015

  • Felipe Laso Marsetti

(This blog post is adapted from an iBusiness article by the same author.) Apple Watch will make its debut April 24, 2015 and already companies are scrambling to create apps to work on the wearable device. Some companies like Salesforce have even fully developed Apple Watch apps. Once a space-age dream, the Apple Watch is expected...


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Mobile App Development

What is a product owner and why does your app need one?

March 1, 2015

  • admin

This is part two in a series on Agile development at Lextech. Read part one here. Previously we covered an introduction to Agile development at Lextech. We wrote about the value of sprints and incremental delivery and introduced the product owner (or PO). Now let’s take a closer look at the product owner role. Product...


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AppMinute

AppMinute: Why are enterprise apps so expensive?

January 12, 2015

  • Jessica Smith

Today’s AppMinute video answers the question from businesses, “Why are apps so expensive?” Lextech CEO Alex Bratton considers the different business audiences that ask this question — small business versus mid-to-large sized companies — and speaks to their concerns by addressing needs, proprietary workflows, and enterprise app value. Have a mobile app strategy question you want answered?...


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AppMinute

How mobility can help port marketing and sales teams stand out

December 11, 2014

  • Tom Caprel Tom Caprel

This is part three of three in a series on maritime and port management. See part 1 on port security here and part 2 on port operations here. Show and tell 2.0 Like many other industries, ports need to show to enterprise maritime transportation companies that they have the facilities, schedules, and efficiencies to accommodate...


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Mobile in Operations

Why mobility in port operations management

December 10, 2014

  • Tom Caprel Tom Caprel

This is part 2 of 3 in a series on maritime and port management. See part 1 on port security here. Ports – complex and often automated United States ports are some of the most complex transportation management operations in the world. Adding to this complexity is the increasing automation of the industry. New port...


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