InfoWeek Webcast: Beyond Agile – 5 Secrets to Building Engaging Customer Apps
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Guest Post by Tom Sikorski, Team Lead, WebSphere Competitive Marketing
A 2012 New York Times article found that people will visit a competitor's site if it is only 250 milliseconds faster than their favorite site's loading time, something that should come as no surprise to most CIOs, IT managers and developers. In fact, it's been well-documented that poorly designed apps, web sites and other digital engagements can result in lost sales, dwindling customer satisfaction, silo-ed applications, and unproductive employees. A recent IDG study shows that only 15% of organizations feel they are equipped to design and develop apps to avoid these pitfalls. However, it is possible to create enterprise-quality, high-value, engaging apps and do it quickly, too.
InfoWeek and IBM invites you to attend a webcast on March 13th to learn how IT professionals use these five development principles today to create a holistic engagement platform for enterprise applications:
We are very exciting to have four incredible subject matter experts speaking on this webcast! To continue the discussion of engaging apps and dev techniques, Grady Booch and Tim O'Reilly will give a preview of the developer unconference being held at IBM Impact 2013. Developers and architects are encouraged to submit talk topics for the unconference now via the WebSphere user group community. This is the chance for developers to set the agenda at the upcoming event in Las Vegas.
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Find out more information about the Impact 2013 conference by following us on twitter @ibmimpact.