Webinar Recording: HTML5 vs Native: Demystifying the Decision Making Process

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Does your company struggle with the HTML5 vs. Hybrid App vs. Native decision?

What does this decision really mean?

Do you have repeatable standards in place for making this decision across your app portfolio?

Who should watch this webinar? Business and IT Professionals responsible for delivering enterprise mobile applications to their workforce.

Join Adam Bookman, Co-Founder of Propelics, and special guest Richard Dutra, Vice President of iTexico to hear more about the strategy and tactics associated with the HTML5 vs Native decision.

Watch this information packed webinar to learn:

  • How the apps vs. web decision fits into your mobile strategy
  • The pros and cons of HTML5, Hybrid, Native approaches
  • How to make the right decision
  • Post-development implications regarding deployment, app management and security

Presenters

Adam Bookman, Propelics Partner.
Adam has been the brains behind many new mobile program and app launches. He has advised companies on mobile strategies for Business as well as IT. Being a savvy marketer, with the ability to jump on new trends, he has helped companies make the most of new channels to reach the right audience. Previously, he has been involved in companies from a founding stage to successful exits.

Richard Dutra, VP, Business Development, iTexico.
Richard is a Silicon Valley executive and entrepreneur who loves building startups and being part of ground floor companies. All but one had successful exit strategies, and he learned a lot being part of a failed startup. He believes mobile will be the single most important device we own and its capabilities are endless. His mission is to empower organizations by helping them realize their mobile strategies and transforming them into meaningful solutions. He also balances his life through mentoring and teaches others that Out-of-Box Thinking and a “Never Give Up” attitude will help them prevail over life’s obstacles.