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A seasoned technology executive and entrepreneur, Shiva Nathan draws upon his experience as a software innovator to empower businesses to reach their mobile-first digital goals. He currently serves as the Founder and CEO of Onymos, creator of the world’s first Features-as-a-Service platform. As the former head of Intuit’s Platform & Services organization, his organization defined the cloud-hosted services-based unified technology platform that Intuit’s line of products like TurboTax and Quickbooks leveraged. He has also held technical and leadership positions at Oracle and CA. He understands what it takes to build robust, powerful apps that serve a broad customer base—and how to avoid the roadblocks that can get in the way.

Top 7 Factors to Consider When Building a Mobile App for Enterprise

Enterprises must go through an extensive evaluation process before a mobile app development project begins.

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Traditional app development processes don’t offer engineering teams the speed and agility required to innovate in today’s landscape.

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