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  1. Most companies building software tout the great user experiences (UX) they provide, but enterprise users seldom agree. After all, everyday apps are intuitive but enterprise applications still tend to require conformance. With Infragistics Indigo.Design, enterprise designers and developers can cooperatively deliver the kinds of UX outcomes their customers expect.

    Part of the problem is the traditional disconnect between designers and developers. Designers propose ideas that developers can’t readily encode, which creates friction. Designers are frustrated that developers can’t easily implement the desired visions. Conversely, developers wish designers understood technology constraints.
    https://sdtimes.com/softwaredev/improving-ux-outcomes-is-a-team-sport/
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  2. 'Consumerisation has meant that user expectations for enterprise technologies have been set by everything from smart homes and entertainment devices to games and mobile apps. Can expectations for user experience ever be met in enterprise apps, or are they incompatible with security and business considerations? JASON WALSH investigates...
    https://www.techcentral.ie/ux-enterprise-and-great-expectations/
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  3. There is no doubting that the CRM industry is a thriving one. According to Gartner, CRM is now considered the largest of all software markets – with a worldwide revenue of nearly $39.5 billion. Research director at Gartner even stated that CRM will ‘be the fastest growing software market with a growth rate of 16%’ in 2018. So why is this software so in vogue? CRM software now lies at heart of most marketing and sales operations. These businesses are trying to avoid silos and make information available to their employees wherever they are. Plus it’s proven to be an efficient way of obtaining the much sought-after ‘360 degree view of the customer’.
    https://mopinion.com/best-enterprise-crm-software/
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  4. Your smartphone is about to get smarter, thanks to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). And that has huge implications for enterprise support for mobility.

    Enterprise mobility has long promised to allow workers to be productive wherever they are, to speed up business processes and to improve accuracy and efficiency by putting the most up-to-date data in the hands of workers in the field, says Kevin Burden, vice president of mobility research and data strategy at 451 Research. The addition of AI will help deliver on those promises, he says.
    https://www.computerworld.com/article/3286264/mobile-wireless/how-ai-will-change-enterprise-mobility.html/
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  5. It’s a well-known fact that in order to win more business and grow your company financially, it’s crucial to design applications with a user-first mindset. This mindset will also drive improved adaptability and productivity. With the advent of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and the converging effects it is having on two previously separate worlds (users and business), users want to access official and personal emails, documents, and other assets on the go.
    https://www.cloudfoundry.org/blog/putting-enterprise-user-experience-first-with-the-three-ps/
    Tags: , , by eringilliam (2018-05-01)
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