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Method and System for Building Strategies on Mobile Applications

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000233538D
Publication Date: 2013-Dec-11
Document File: 2 page(s) / 39K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for building strategies on mobile applications.

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Method and System for Building Strategies on Mobile Applications

Disclosed is a method and system for building strategies on mobile applications. The method and system allows analysis of mobile applications that are developed and deployed in an enterprise before releasing it to public. Analysis of the mobile applications includes one or more steps such as, but not limited to, identifying working condition, implementation as designed, and level of usage. In addition, analysis of the mobile applications includes steps for identifying front end business phases such as for example, mission alignment, infrastructure, economics, risk, etc. Identifying front end business phases of the mobile applications provides solutions on technical architectural phases such as, but not limited to, architectural decisions and architectural framework.

As shown in the Figure, technical architectural phase includes sub-phases such as, but not limited to, mission alignment, infrastructure, economics, risk, architecture decisions and architectural framework.

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Mission alignment provides information on strategies of the mobile applications that are aligned with business and determine whether an enterprise benefits from the developed mobile applications. The method and system also determines the type of organizations that uses the mobile applications and success rates related it. Thereafter, the type of data that is accessed and stored by potential users is also determined to identify the extent of usage of the mobile applications. Infrastructure aligns the strategies to the technical infrastructure (and skills) of current organization and identifies infrastructure required for mobile initiatives such as, but not limited to, cloud services, and mobile device management.

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