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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kirill Bogdanov
Flexible Releaseless Management of Mobile Applications and their Content
Business Informatics
(Master’s programme)
Due to the high dependence of modern companies on their own mobile applications, the need for effective content management of portable software is increasing. One of the approaches to solving this problem is the implementation of the principles of releaseless information management.

The main goal of the work is to improve the existing content management processes of mobile applications of the company in order to significantly lower the Time-To-Market of applications’ content, as well as reduce the risks of mobile application releases.

To achieve this goal, the following tasks were performed:

1. The initial content management processes of mobile applications of the selected company are investigated.

2. Modern mobile applications, features of their development, best practices and methodologies for managing releases and content of mobile applications are studied.

3. Solution based on best practices and methodologies for managing content of mobile applications in order to eliminate the shortcomings of the primary processes is developed.

4. Solution is implemented and tested in a production environment

The work is presented on 66 pages, contains 8 figures, 27 tables, a list of sources from 23 titles, 6 annexes, and consists of introduction, three chapters and conclusion.

The first chapter is devoted to the theoretical premises of the study: it examines the theoretical foundations of content management, highlights the features of mobile software, and also identifies the main problems of the organisation.

In the second chapter, the instrumental methods are considered.

The third chapter is devoted to the practical implementation of the methods described earlier: a description of the current state of the processes is given, its main shortcomings are highlighted and the author’s solution is proposed.

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