Apperian Executive to Host Discussion on the Future of Enterprise Mobile Strategy at the Enterprise Mobility Forum
SVP of Products to Share Best Practices for Getting “Apps that Matter” Securely AdoptedBOSTON, Dec. 2, 2014 – Apperian® Inc., the mobile application management company, announced today that Alan Murray, SVP of Products, will lead a discussion that will help CIOs to reimagine what is possible with their enterprise mobility strategies during the Enterprise Mobility Forum. During the session, Alan will share evidence of where the industry is headed and speak to how enterprises can drive adoption of their critical enterprise mobile apps by leveraging mobile application management (MAM) capabilities. “Organizations are now envisioning the true transformative potential of mobile apps,” said Alan Murray, SVP of Products for Apperian. “Enabling a change in the way companies engage their employees, contractors and partners, enterprise mobile apps can unlock new revenue opportunities and provide a competitive advantage. Leading this workshop is a great opportunity to share best practices with companies struggling to drive secure adoption of those ‘apps that matter’ and reach 100 percent of the workers who need them.” About the Enterprise Mobility Forum:
- What: The “Executing the Enterprise Mobile Strategy of Tomorrow, Today” session – a discussion on the shifting focus in investment from hardware to software, and how to create a mobile strategy that drives adoption, increases business value, ensures security and transforms the way work gets done.
- When: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 from 8:00-8:45 a.m. EST
- Where: Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, 9939 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL
- Who: Alan Murray, Apperian’s Senior Vice President of Products, has 20 years’ experience designing and bringing innovative software solutions to a global market. He is responsible for tackling product engineering and management challenges and currently works to create enterprise mobility solutions by leveraging the latest technological innovations.