CTO Shares Ideas on Supporting Mobile Employees Using Enterprise Applications


Todd Rogers, chief technology officer for Mobile Alchemy, shares important tips for businesses.

Businesses are discovering that bringing critical applications to mobile devices is harder than it sounds. But Todd Rogers, chief technology officer for Mobile Alchemy a division of award-winning IT consulting firm Catapult Systems recently shared tips during an online interview on how enterprises can overcome the challenges they face when looking to extend applications across mobile platforms.


With nearly a decade of experience creating popular mobile applications used by millions of people, Rogers discusses insights learned over the years, including the advantages of using native mobile apps versus web-based apps to improve speed and offline access to work applications. 

"With mobile apps, you're in the pocket of your employees who are no longer tethered to their desk, so the possibilities for productivity gains can increase," noted Rogers.

Mobile Alchemy focuses on developing mobile applications for the enterprise across a wide range of mobile and tablet devices including the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad and more. The team at Mobile Alchemy is comprised of development experts from Catapult Systems and Seed Labs, who have already helped business leaders like Coldwell Banker and ESPN deliver mobile applications to millions of users worldwide. Mobile Alchemy is headquartered in Austin, Texas with additional development personnel in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Denver, Tampa and Washington, D.C.

The full interview with Todd Rogers can be accessed by visiting http://mobilealchemy.com/services/Pages/development.aspx. For more information, visit www.MobileAlchemy.com.

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