Case Study: Why Mobile Applications Fail After Deployment
Performed on April 16, 2012
A common trend we are hearing lately from other Mobile Project Managers is their inability to accurately predict how an application will perform for end users before it is deployed. In fact, research shows that less than 50% of organizations are prepared to establish, validate, and predict mobile application performance.
Without accurately predicting how applications and network services will perform for your mobile users before launching, some portion of your deployment will fail, resulting in unhappy users, lost revenue, and decreased productivity. To make matters worse, end users do not necessarily consider the inherent constraints presented by mobile networks, yet latency, bandwidth limitations, packet loss and jitter all affect their experience. The keys to success are readying for the speed mobile performance expectations change, benchmarking critical performance metrics, identifying target mobile application response times, and proactively planning for performance.
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