804 How We Built an Award-winning Enterprise App Store
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Thursday, June 11
You’re a top-performing company. You’ve started using a couple of mobile apps at work. How do you turn some inspired use of mobile into a broader strategy? One of the key components of this is creating an internal corporate ecosystem for mobile. So how can you get started? Should you build or buy? How do you navigate around issues with IT security and legal?
In this session you will learn from a case study of how Qualcomm created its own enterprise app store. You will discuss the initial questions, such as whether to build or buy, and the technical and nontechnical issues the company’s team faced in creating an award-winning enterprise app store. You will leave this session understanding the issues the team faced, the choices it had, and how different factors affected its decision making in creating the enterprise app store.
In this session, you will learn:
- What affected Qualcomm’s decisions in building its enterprise app store
- What technology and design choices were made to solve the issues
- How the team navigated around issues with IT security and legal
- How users’ behaviors threw the team off and how the problem was remedied
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
WordPress, JSON, Bootstrap, mobile detection, and responsive design.
Staff Learning Technologist
John Park is a senior learning technologist at Qualcomm and a graduate of San Diego State’s Educational Technology program. He is passionate about figuring out how technology can be utilized to enhance learning and performance for end users. At Qualcomm, he leads the internal app store implementation and is involved in content and UI/UX design of mobile apps.
Anurag Jain is a mobile developer at Qualcomm, where he led the technical implementation of an internal app store. His work focuses on back-end infrastructure, analytics framework, and development of native and hybrid learning applications and framework, in addition to app store evangelism inside Qualcomm. Prior to joining Qualcomm he worked at Moodwire, Broadcomm, and Solidprofessor. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at San Diego State University.