West Monroe Partners Named Among Enterprise Apps Specialists In Independent Mobile Enterprise App Service Providers Report
Independent Research Firm lists West Monroe in section highlighting smaller firms that excel in mobile specialization, creative talent, and Agile development
Date : March 9, 2015

West Monroe Partners, a North American business and technology consultancy, today announced that it is cited in the report “The Forrester WaveTM: Mobile Enterprise App Service Providers — Large Providers, Q1 2015.” In the report, Liz Herbert and Jeffrey Hammond list West Monroe among smaller firms featured in a section highlighting “smaller firms that excel in mobile specialization, creative talent, and Agile development.” West Monroe is among “enterprise apps specialists [that] are increasingly chosen for B2E mobile apps projects.”

“We focus on developing mobile applications that improve a company’s ability to interact with its employees, salesforce and customers in today’s highly digital workplace,” says John Sprunger, mobile practice lead at West Monroe Partners. “Though we aren’t large enough to be featured on the WaveTM itself, we do believe that we were cited for our specialized mobile solutions.”

West Monroe’s mobile practice specializes in building transformative, cross-platform apps for clients integrated with complex back-end enterprise systems, that improve productivity, drive sales, or empower employees. Their team is made up of  specialists in iOS, Android and Windows Phone app development in and is a certified Xamarin partner. West Monroe’s mobile practice was previously cited in a report by Ellen Carney titled “The Future of Insurance is Mobile.”

A full copy of the Forrester WaveTM can be accessed on Forrester’s website (subscription required).

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