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Apps in the Enterprise: How Are UK Companies Managing Mobility

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The market for mobile apps is often compared to a gold rush, with businesses desperate to be first to market lest their competition profit from their hesitation. …

The market for mobile apps is often compared to a gold rush, with businesses desperate to be first to market lest their competition profit from their hesitation.

However, the rush to deploy both B2C and B2E apps tactically is leaving organisations a long term legacy to support and maintain fragmented solutions. All of these problems can drastically reduce ROI on any given app.

Computing surveyed over 120 IT decision makers from medium and large organisations across the UK in May 2014 to understand what’s really getting built, and who’s leading the charge.

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  • 1. How Are UK Companies Managing Mobility? Apps in the Enterprise How many mobile apps have you developed in the last 24 months? 8%54% 28% 4% 6% Don’t Know0apps 1-5apps 5-10apps 10+apps TechnicalMarketing Other Line-of-Business No one department had responsibility– it was a team effort No one department had responsibility– it was a team effort 32% Technical 54% Marketing 16% Other Line-of-Business 14% 75% 14% 5% 32% Who is responsible for the maintenance and updating of the apps now? The results are in: 24% Enterprise Apps 30% A Mix of all Three 40% Customer Apps 6% Partner Apps What type of apps did you develop? Which team was predominantly responsible for the delivery of the apps? While organisations realize the value of mobile apps, deployments are still conservative. R Customer apps lead the way, but enter- prise employee apps aren’t far behind. R IT is largely responsible for application delivery and especially maintenance and upkeep. R No matter who owns mobility, there’s room to grow – and time to catch up. R *Results based on a Computing survey of 120 IT decision makers at medium and large organisations in the UK. Leading organisations know that mobile apps are a must-do. But what’s really getting built, and who’s leading the charge? Read the complete analysis of enterprise mobility in the UK at: www.kony.com/UKComputing

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