ChaiOne Insights: mobile strategy

User Research: The Key to Mobile Digital Transformation

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Did you know that digital transformation is occurring rapidly at a majority of public and private sector organizations?

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10 Reasons Every CIO Needs a Digital Innovation Strategy

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It’s February 2007. Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, calls with a request for a product that has never been created, marketed or even come close to existing before. He asks for the impossible and wants it in Apple’s new mobile phone that was announced a month ago.

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How to Guarantee ROI with a Legacy System Modernization

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One hundred million dollars worth of Hershey’s Kisses, Jolly Ranchers, Whoppers-- all packaged, prepared and waiting to ship out to grocery stores around the country for the lucrative Halloween season. The trucks were waiting for their orders, grocery chains were waiting to stock their shelves, and shareholders were counting on the profits. The only problem: the ERP system made fulfilling the Halloween orders impossible.

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How Mobile Fits Into Your Centralized IT Strategy

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Do you have a centralized IT strategy? If so, do you also have a mobile strategy? How does mobile fit into your overall centralized IT strategy? These are important questions to answer. According to PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey, 81% of CEOs see mobile technologies as strategically important for their organization. In addition, 86% say that a clear vision of how digital technologies can create competitive advantage is key to the success of their investments. It’s great that most CEOs...

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Why Mobilizing Your Lean Manufacturing Tools Can Eliminate Waste

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International E-commerce and the Leapfrog Effect

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Global e-commerce sales reached $1.3T back in 2014, a record high, and most of that growth had been lead by developing countries. In China, e-commerce sales grew at a rate of 35%, more than double the growth rate of US-based e-commerce. Other developing nations, such as Brazil, follow closely behind with a 22% sales growth that year.

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The Benefits of Native Apps

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Native apps are smartphone applications written specifically for a particular device.  Today the largest competitors are the iPhone and Android phone.  iPhone apps are written in Obj-C or Swift while Android apps are written in Java.  In an effort to speed up development and use other skill sets, there is a multitude of new tools available to create a mobile app without using the native language.  Generally non-native applications either compile down into the native code, or wrap themselves in...

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How To Measure Success From An Enterprise Mobile App

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Markets and Markets research projects that the BYOD and enterprise mobility markets will grow at 15% CAGR, reaching $181 billion by 2017. Enterprise mobility isn’t a cakewalk. It can be very difficult to implement a successful enterprise mobile app and even more difficult to measure the success. "As enterprise customers make greater investments into their mobile application platforms, companies feel growing pressure to justify the money being spent. It becomes more important, then, for both...

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Using User Research to Get Ahead of the Competition

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Mobile app demand is at an all-time high in both the business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-enterprise (B2E) domains as companies strive for an advantage against their competition. While third-party mobile tools are emerging and might seem like a quick and good solution, they are not always the optimal mobile strategy. Such off-the-shelf solutions, even when industry or work-role specific, are developed for no particular combination of users and company. Sometimes such products meet...

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