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Going Mobile: The Multiplatform Development Approach to Enterprise Mobility
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Going Mobile: The Multiplatform Development Approach to Enterprise Mobility
Michael Singer | Director of Technology, Magic Software Enterprises Americas

Location: 501
Date: Tuesday, November 05
Time: 3:15pm-3:45pm
Format: Session
Discipline: Programming & Architecture
Track: Enterprise Apps
Vault Recording: Video

Michael Singer, Director of Technology for Magic Software Americas, will discuss how multiplatform development is key to building cost-effective, productive, and enterprise-transforming mobile applications. He will explain how developers can create and deliver secure mobile apps with off-the-shelf integration to virtually any enterprise system and extend and manage those apps. Attendees will learn how a metadata platform can let them focus on the applications, processes and workflows without being hindered by complex, costly and resource-intensive coding and testing. Michael will also cover how to build both native and HTML5 /Web applications and the best use cases for each.
With enterprise mobile apps on the rise, attendees will learn how to approach enterprise application development from a strategic perspective, determining the best tools that will allow them to build future-proof, cross-platform mobile applications that easily integrate with back-end systems.

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