Are Your Mobile Apps Really Enterprise-Ready?

By Posted in Engineering, New Relic News, Top Post 11 September 2013

Mobile is quickly becoming business critical to enterprises, with mobile apps forming a major part of this ecosystem (of course!). And when it comes to apps, the ultimate deciding factor for whether or not an app is successful is the end user. Users want beautiful, fast and reliable apps, and if you don’t give it to them, well, they’ll just go elsewhere. At the enterprise level this becomes even more important when you have a revenue-generating multi-app strategy and millions of users (internal or external) to cater to.

We’ve put together a quick checklist of some of the questions you might want to consider asking yourselves before going GA with your app(s) – especially from a performance perspective (something that not everyone is always thinking about when it comes to mobile apps). From platforms and carriers to user loads and back-end infrastructures, there are so many different aspects to keep in mind, and questions to ask about how your app appears in the eyes of the end users. Faulty apps can affect many things in an enterprise including employee productivity and the bottom-line of your business. How ready are you to support the launch and subsequent growth of your app?

Check out the infographic below and find out what the ‘9 key questions to ask before going live with your mobile app’ are. And to get a leg up in mobile app performance, start with a 30 day free trial of our enterprise solution for mobile monitoring.

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Anusha is the Product Marketing Manager for New Relic Mobile, New Relic’s flagship mobile application monitoring solution. She lives on mobile for breakfast, mobile app performance for lunch, and mobile data analytics for dinner. Prior to New Relic, Anusha has held multiple marketing positions at mobile and healthcare startups, been a part of the founding team for a social development magazine, as well as a developer in a past life.

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