Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 07-03-2013

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Setting Up Shop  One in three enterprises now have their own app store, up from just 14% of businesses that either were working on a store or planned to launch one last year.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Lab Work, Part I  60% of survey respondents say they're currently working on mobile apps for employees, up from 42% last year.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Lab Work, Part II  67% are working on mobile apps for customers, compared to 43% last year.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Immediate Concern  Two-thirds say that either all or the majority of deployed and planned mobile projects address current business processes, as opposed to "transformation" or "innovation" efforts.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Biggest Frustrations of Mobile Projects  Cost: 48%Speed to market: 43%Security: 39%Integration: 36%

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Multitasking  The average enterprise is building, managing or implementing four mobile projects at once, and using an average of three different solution providers to do so.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Back to the Drawing Board...  20% of enterprises are rewriting or will have to rewrite between one-quarter to one-half of apps deployed to date.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development

Big Spend  Companies are planning to invest $565,000 on mobile projects over the next 12 to 18 months, up from $422,000 in the recent past.

Business Taking DIY Approach to App Development