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Application Development & Delivery Professionals

Application Development & Delivery (AD&D) Professionals have to shift focus to provide systems of engagement and hyper-personalized, multichannel experiences that delight customers.

To succeed, you must execute on a business technology agenda focused on delivering superior customer experience to drive growth, improve software development to respond more quickly to customer needs, and leverage data effectively for decision-making.

Who this role is for:

Vice President of Application Development
PMO Director
Vice President, Project Management Office
Vice President of Engineering

Vice President and Group Director Sharyn Leaver (01:17)

Challenges facing today's Application Development & Delivery Professionals:

Build and run new systems of engagement with deep customer insights.

Google-ize Your Site-Search Experience

Support their company's digital strategy with the right technologies.

The Digital Experience Delivery Playbook For 2016

Create and deliver mobile apps for customer engagement.

The Forrester Wave™: Mobile Infrastructure Services, Q3 2015

The Mobile App Development Playbook

Deliver apps that leverage more data and better analytics for decision-makers.

Business Intelligence In The Not-Too-Distant Future — More Automated, Pervasive, Actionable

The Business Intelligence Playbook For 2016

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Latest Research For This Role

Report: Future Look: BPM Programs Shift Gears To Accelerate Digital Transformation

Vision: The Business Process Management Playbook

May 2, 2016 | Clay Richardson

Over the past three years, BPM has struggled to remain relevant in the face of rapid technology and business innovation. That's going to change. BPM will reassert its dominance as an important...

Report: Brief: Cognitive Search Is Ready To Rev Up Your Enterprise's IQ

Enterprise Search Has Evolved Into Something Delightfully Different

May 2, 2016 | Rowan Curran

Keyword search is obsolete. Cognitive search is the new watchword. We've gone far beyond the traditional search box with a simple list of results to cognitive search. That means less searching and...

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Upcoming Events For This Role


May 10, 2016 - May 11, 2016

Webinar: Device Labs Boost Mobile Test Automation

May 11, 2016

Webinar: The Total Economic Impact Of Software-As-A-Service

May 13, 2016

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