Shifting gears in the app economy

London, England – September 2, 2014 – The tipping point between desktop and tablet sales is fast approaching – a phenomenon that is precipitating the trend towards mobile enterprise applications and their deployment in the Cloud. Four Js Development Tools explains this sea change during its October 16th seminar and proposes a profitable path for businesses and developers to follow.

Despite Microsoft’s best efforts, the choice of mobile development platform is still a two-horse race between Android and iOS. Together they cover over 90% of the smartphone and tablet markets. These systems are deliberately incompatible; creating redundancy and complexity while increasing the cost of your development life-cycle. Why suffer this choice when you can develop simultaneously for both?

Four Js presents its alternative – Genero Mobile – a cross-platform development framework targeted at Apple and Google developers.

During this seminar, you’ll see the market  opportunity and how easy it is to create cross-platform mobile business applications. With sessions from VisionMobile – the leading research company in the app developer economy, Fujitsu Business & Application Services, and Bodyshop Management Systems, you’ll share in their first-hand experience of enterprise mobile development and Cloud transformation.


London Transport Museum
October 16, 2014

Shifting gears in the app economy

  • 09h30 : Welcome reception and registration,
  • 10h00 : The inflection point in the application ecosystem
    Bryn Jenkins, COO, Four Js Development Tools
  • 10h30 : Making money in the mobile app economy
    Stijn Schuermans, Senior Business Analyst, Vision Mobile UK
  • 11h15 : Coffee break
  • 11h45 : Moving to Mobile – anatomy of a mobile workforce app
    Peter France, Fujitsu Business and App Services
    Customer testimonial and live demo
  • 12h15 : Creating a mobile application
    Neil O’Meara & Neil Martin, Four Js Development Tools
    Live demo
  • 13h00 : Lunch
  • 14h15 : Moving to the Cloud – transforming to Software-as-a-Service
    David Sibley, Product Director, Bodyshop Management Systems
    Customer testimonial


  • 14h45 : Genero 2.50 feature review
    Olivier Imbert, Project Manager, Genero
  • 15h30 : Genero Studio & Report Writer feature review
    Christophe Meyer, Project Manager, Genero Studio
  • 16h15 : Coffee Break
  • 16h30 : Genero Roadmap
    Neil O’Meara, General Manager, Four Js Development Tools (UK)
  • 17h00 : Close

Who should attend

  • Information Technology Managers
  • Line of Business Managers
  • Application Developers
  • Application Project Managers