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Robert Echevarria

A true technophile, Robert Echevarria is immersed in the enterprise mobility space, which includes digital strategy, development, DevOps, automation, systems integrations and analytics. Being at the forefront of mobility, the Internet of Things, virtual reality, augmented reality, and emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, fuels his hunger for learning and providing value in both personal and business relationships. B2B, B2C, or both: in today's hyper connected world, we're all H2H: Human to Human. There's a joy in making business connections and helping people thrive, while discovering friends throughout the journey.

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Google Search Went Mobile-First

The majority of the world’s population, clocking in at 7.5 billion people, have a mobile device. This number continues to rise, and multiple studies reveal that the majority of all internet traffic takes place over mobile. In addition, mobile technology is growing at an exponential rate, and it makes sense that Google is now rolling […]

3 Reasons to Use Xamarin for Enterprise Mobile Development

An IBM study reveals 3 reasons why 75% of mobile development projects fail. The good news is that these problems are avoidable. According to research done by the IBM Center for Applied Insights, the majority of mobile development projects fail for three reasons: budget, schedule and project objectives. These issues are driven by multiple factors, […]

Being a Digital-first Enterprise Means Being Mobile-first

We’re in the Digital Age. Mobile devices are ubiquitous, wireless networks are continuing to mature (LTE-M and 5G), and Internet of Things (IoT) is no longer just a proof of concept, as toasters, lights, door locks and refrigerators are getting their own IP addresses, talking to one another and to users. This digital interaction with […]

Three Crucial Aspects for an Enterprise Mobile Application

There are three major factors a successful enterprise mobile application must take into account: user experience, efficiency and engagement. Organizations pushing out mobile applications that act like websites, that are non-native “hybrid” rather than native iOS and Android experiences, aren’t personalized, aren’t intuitive to use, don’t solve a business problem, or don’t provide relevant data […]