Adobe Transforms Mobile App Creation and Management
March 03, 2016

Adobe announced Adobe Experience Manager Mobile to simplify the process of building and managing visually appealing enterprise applications that are as easy to use as consumer apps.

Adobe Experience Manager Mobile also enables developers to extend the functionality of these apps by connecting them to critical business data and systems like customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP).

“Mobile apps are integral to the enterprise, yet brands struggle with how to build, manage and deliver mobile experiences that consumers have grown accustomed to,” said Nick Bogaty, Senior Director, Adobe Experience Manager Mobile. “Adobe Experience Manager Mobile brings the simplicity, functionality and design that people expect to enterprise apps.”

Adobe Experience Manager Mobile solves challenges for organizations in retail, manufacturing, media and entertainment, financial services, travel and hospitality, and healthcare.

- Use existing content for mobile: Enterprises can incorporate new and existing content from any content management system or digital asset management system – including Adobe Experience Manager Sites and Assets – and create a new mobile app channel. The same content, workflows and teams can be leveraged to cross-publish to websites and apps. Creative assets can be easily accessed to produce beautiful apps by integrating with Adobe Creative Cloud.

- Build and extend mobile apps: Adobe Experience Manager Mobile allows designers and marketers to rapidly create apps for iOS, Android and Windows. Once apps are built, developers can use the Cordova device APIs and custom plug-ins to connect critical business systems including CRM and ERP for personalization and data capture, and product information management (PIM) tools for scalable product catalogs.

- Centrally manage all apps: Adobe Experience Manager Mobile’s unified dashboard view makes it easy to manage and update a huge number of apps within an enterprise from a single location. The dashboard works with new apps built with Adobe Experience Manager Mobile or existing apps. It enables users to manage the content and extend functionality by integrating Adobe’s industry-leading analytics and app services. Additionally, over-the-air content updates eliminate the overhead of app store resubmission.

- Engage, measure and optimize: By integrating Adobe Experience Manager Mobile with Adobe Analytics, enterprises can analyze and optimize app performance without any additional cost. Adobe Target enables personalization to continuously improve the user experience. Push notifications, in-app messaging and deep linking help drive engagement by delivering the most pertinent and up-to-date information to users.

“Brands seeking to increase customer engagement and loyalty know just how important it is to deliver standout mobile app experiences. All too often, however, mobile app initiatives remain separate, siloed efforts with little connection to the rest of the brand's digital experiences – driving up costs and reducing business agility," said Melissa Webster, Program VP, Content and Digital Media Technologies for IDC. "It's time to make mobile apps an integral part of digital experience delivery. Adobe Experience Manager Mobile combines content, management and publishing functionality into one offering that empowers marketers and lets brands realize the full value of their mobile app investments.”

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