Apperian’s Chris Hazelton to Discuss the Future of Enterprise Mobility at Mobile World Congress
Director of Product Marketing and Strategy to Offer CIOs Perspective and Use Cases on the Opportunities and Future of Enterprise MobilityBOSTON – February 9, 2016 – Apperian® Inc., the mobile application management (MAM®) and security company, today announced Chris Hazelton, Director of Product Marketing and Strategy, will join Oase App Services for a VIP App Services session titled “The Next Steps in Mobile Enterprise,” during the 29th annual Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, Spain. The session will feature a discussion on global CIOs’ views and approach to enterprise mobility. “For nearly 30 years, the world has come to Mobile World Congress to define and understand cutting edge opportunities around mobility, and enterprise mobility has advanced significantly this year,” said Chris Hazelton. “Attendees at our session will get a global perspective on how CIOs across continents and industries are changing the way in which enterprise mobile apps are approached, designed and delivered. We’re witnessing exponential growth of apps in the enterprise, and I’m excited about the opportunity to detail best practices for managing and securing mobile apps, and share how our customers around the globe are advancing the use of mobility in their organizations.” Apperian recently published a report highlighting enterprise app trends and best practices based on an analysis of two million app downloads. You can access the research here. About Apperian’s Session at Mobile World Congress:
- What: “European & North America CIO views: Next Steps in Enterprise Mobility” – a discussion and case study presentation on the future of the Mobile Enterprise with Oase App Services
- When: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. CET
- Where: Media-Tic Building, Carrer de Roc Boronat, 117, Barcelona, Spain
- Who: Chris Hazelton, Apperian’s Director of Product Marketing and Strategy, is a former industry analyst and enterprise mobility evangelist with over 10 years of experience in the enterprise mobility space. Chris was most recently Research Director for Enterprise Mobility at 451 Research and led one of the largest market research teams dedicated to enterprise mobility. At Apperian, he leads a dynamic team helping to drive the company's positioning, go-to-market strategy and platform evolution.