If you've struggled in corporate confines to get a mobile web application software built and launched, whether you're the developer yourself, or whether you're a business expert asking that one be built, you're not alone. Enterprise mobile apps are in high demand, with the need for more mobile applications growing daily. Unfortunately, IT departments are increasingly have difficulty delivering important apps quickly. The Standish Group's CHAOS Report, for example, found that in 2012 far more IT projects either failed or were "challenged" than succeeded: Only 39% succeeded, while 43% were challenged, and 18% failed. And a recent white paper sponsored by Outsystems warns that: "IT is stuck in a development cycle where it has little flexibility for change and is frequently late to the game with new systems. When released, applications are often not up to par, and in many instances, misaligned with business requirements that have since evolved during the slow development process."