• Mobile App Development Webinar

    As Web 2.0 continues to trend toward consumers’ preference for conducting business on-the-go, companies can no longer afford to ignore the need for complimentary mobile application products. Over 50% of Fortune 500 companies use employee- and/or customer-facing mobile applications and tablet shipments are expected to reach 96 million by 2016 – is your company ready? Mobile applications are a fundamental must have for businesses focused on maintain technical currency and customer retention.

    Join DISYS for a 60-minute webinar on how mobile applications built using our proven development lifecycle can increase customer satisfaction, improve employee engagement and reduce operating costs, such as training and internal communication.

    During the webinar, we will offer a live demonstration and discuss:

    • Mobile App Development Overview
    • Why your company needs a Mobile app
    • What is the Mobile Lifecycle?
    • DISYS’ Mobile Software Development Lifecycle (SLDC) Methodology

    Fernando Abreu, DISYS’ Global Services Practice Leader for Application Development. Since focusing on software development in the IT industry for over 13 years, Fernando has in-depth experience in all software deployment life cycle aspects and is a specialist in project management, outsourcing operations, and methodologies implementation. He has implemented application support operations and methodologies at companies such as US Postal Service, Kraft Foods, Gerdau, Santa Cruz, Bematech, and the Brazilian Government. Fernando has a bachelor’s degree in IT an MBA in business management and holds certifications for PMP, CSM, CSPO, and ITIL.

    Ian Anderson, Mobile Developer with DISYS’ Application Development Practice. Ian has extensive experience with iOS development, multiple application deployments in Apple’s App Store, Full-stack development experience across all phases of the SDLC and is a Rapid Application Development specialist. Before coming to DISYS, Ian was a Brand Builder and Microeconomic Program Developer at A Ban Against Neglect (ABAN). Ian has a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in International studies, and he is a graduate of M.I.T’s edX Initiative. 

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