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Susan Fogarty
8/26/2013 7:19:22 PM
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Re: Re-Percentage estimates
Anand, why do you think sectors like agriculture are not developing their own mobile apps? Are they not needed, or do you think perhaps those secotrs lack the expertise to develop them?

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Anand
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8/24/2013 1:27:57 PM
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Re-Percentage estimates
The development of new apps seems to be mainly targeting the obvious fields (meaning the companies that deal with the mainstream kinds of products) while there are areas like agriculture that rarely receive any attention in the app development. The apps that many people are developing are more or less targeting the same thing which crowds the area leaving out other core areas hanging. Some areas that deal with money directly like banking and mobile money transfer will resent this idea mainly for security reasons.

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J-Lo
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8/19/2013 8:41:12 PM
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Susan, Google provides domain services to enterprise and companies. We might see similar feature for Google play store as well, where companies can have their own set of apps in play store locked with their domain.

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Susan Fogarty
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8/19/2013 11:43:06 AM
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J-Lo, yes, I think simply having your own partition of the Google Play or Apple app store would make much more sense. You can already have a business channel in Google Play, but you can't assign apps that are assigned to the overall Google Play store, which is strange. So if you want your buisness users to be able to use a publicly available app, you can't simply repurpose it. That seems like a major drawback to me.

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J-Lo
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8/19/2013 12:23:38 AM
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Re: Percentage estimates

Mobilesuze, yes at times you are right there are companies whose apps gives a surprise shock. But I am sure they have cliental that needs the app.

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J-Lo
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8/19/2013 12:20:26 AM
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"it seems like kind of a big deal to build and manage an app store" do you think there is a window of opportunity for more open source app store for commercial purposes. The companies may have strict policy but they can benefit from millions of developers out their to upload apps that can help businesses.

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8/18/2013 7:05:16 PM
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Re: Percentage estimates
With so rapid change in technology and IT , one have to agree that these percentages and estimates won't be same forever. there is so much competition and race going on that these numbers can change with a huge difference. 

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MobileSuze
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8/12/2013 1:36:09 PM
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Re: Percentage estimates
Not every business needs one. I find myself scratching my head and going, "What? Really?" when I see a particular business has rolled out a totally unnecessary app.

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Anand
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8/12/2013 7:02:39 AM
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RE: MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT IS THE NEW COMPETITION FRONT FOR MOBILE COMPANIES
From the trends, it goes without saying that most people would want to have companies develop their own enterprise mobile technology applications with most of those being users of IOS and android. The hybrid development platform would be one of the most convenient given that it cuts across more than one component of the apps. It will provide a middle ground for those seeking to enjoy different features on their mobile gadgets. This will evidently have companies falling over themselves as they strive to win themselves significant portions of the market share through this platform

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8/10/2013 11:39:16 PM
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For banking, I prefer going native for security reasons.  

My question is, does every business need a mobile app?  I'm trying to think of one that couldn't use one, but can't. 

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