This year, 82 percent of CEOs plan to invest in mobility.
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Enterprise mobility is no longer an option. However, the growing demand for enterprise mobile apps of all kinds has caused a schism between traditional and mobile app development. Now, the latest trend to solve that problem in enterprise mobility is leveraging mobile application development platforms such as Mobilengine.
The major difference setting MADPs apart is that platforms like Mobilengine offer a complete mobile development package.
Organizations can build, test, manage, sync, secure and deploy mobile workflow apps on the same platform with a universal app and backend. This means that companies can focus on their business rather than the understructure, mobile app management, security, synchronization and analytics. Without those requirements, businesses can create and deploy solutions in a tenth of the time of other solutions.
Furthermore, MADPs give developers flexibility when they create and customize mobile apps, perfectly splitting the difference between native development and off-the-shelf solutions.
With MADPs, developers have a single platform to create a variety of forms, development costs remain low, time to deployment is fast and there’s no constant maintenance required.
MADPs are the future of enterprise mobility, and with Mobilengine PaaS, you can empower your employees with mobile apps while remaining true to your business.
Adam Dalnoki, Mobilengine’s CEO, brings IT and telecommunications expertise as an ex BCG consultant. He made a previous exit in a mobile payment start up and has held sales executive positions at Provimi and Kraft Foods.