Survey: 27 Percent of CIOs Say their Firms Already have Mobile Apps While 22 Percent are Planning one
In a new survey conducted recently by Robert Half Technology, it was found that 27% of CIOs polled currently have mobile apps, while another 27% are planning one by the end of 2012.
The survey, conducted by an independent research firm and based on telephone interviews with more than 1,400 CIOs from companies across the United States, also found that a full 43% are planning mobile apps for 2013 or later.
When asked what the greatest challenge was in developing a mobile application, 29% said “collaborating between departments,” while 28% said “finding and hiring IT professionals with the necessary expertise.” Keeping the application up-to-date and gaining app store approvals were seen as other obstacles — expressed by 19% and 16% of CIOs polled respectively.
More stats and data from the survey are available in this press release.
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