Driving Innovation for Transformation

Most business pundits are hailing mobility and Enterprise Mobile Applications (EMAs) as the catalyst in the next wave of business transformation. While collaborative EMAs from third-party providers can offer incremental improvements in your business, it is still not transformational. To achieve the full potential of mobility, you must evolve your IT development process into one based on innovation and user insights. Find out how.
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