Mobile is one of the most important, exciting and challenging changes to happen to IT professionals in the past decade. Not only does "Mobile" force IT professionals to learn new development platforms, but it changes the way applications are deployed, secured and even used with entirely new device capabilities not previously practical on PC devices. If enterprises have not already incorporated "Mobile" into your current development and BPM projects, they are already behind the curve.
It is very pertinent to marry this discussion of Mobile with BPM. BPM Suites have proven to be the best way to build enterprise process applications. Although "Mobile" is having a huge impact on enterprise IT, no one really wants to build custom Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Phone apps for all their enterprise processes. Customers want BPM Suites to just be natively mobile, with no extra development costs or platform concerns.
I hope you can join Clay, Pramod and I for this topical discussion and I'd like to thank Princeton Blue for sponsoring and organizing these free and open BPM Radio events to drive discussion about the future of BPM products.
Registration is open and available here. I look forward to seeing you there.
Vice President of Product Marketing
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