Monthly Archives:June 2015

MADP: The smartest approach to mobile enterprise app development [Video]

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This year, 82 percent of CEOs plan to invest in mobility.

Hi, and welcome to the Mobilengine video blog!

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.

Mobilengine’s CEO Guest Speaker at “Maximizing Mobile” Event

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On Tuesday, June 30 Mobilengine’s CEO Adam Dalnoki will speak at the “Maximizing Mobile Customer Engagement and Workplace Productivity” event hosted by the Jacksonville Business Journal at the Omni Jacksonville in Jacksonville Florida. Adam appears along with the CEO of Auditmacs, David Hopper and the Senior Sector Specialist, Telecommunications at Deloitte, Mike Curran. You must RSVP by Friday June 26 to attend, tickets are available here.

Businesses today, have increased demands for both consumer engagement and workforce accessibility while maintaining ease of use on multiple mobile devices. Unlike traditional desktop operations, the mobile world uses a range of operating systems, cloud storage options and collaboration applications making security and compliance concerns one of the largest challenges for today’s IT professionals. As technology evolves and we enable multiple mobile apps, cloud servers, data and devices, we’ll show you how to optimize customer engagement, productivity, and user satisfaction while maintaining control over your company’s mobile computing environment.

This event is sponsored by AT&T, Auditmacs, BBVA Compass, Deloitte and PRI Productions.

Marketer Leah Kinthaert has over ten years of expertise in bringing both overseas-based and early-stage start-up companies to the next level.

Mobilengine Announces Revolutionary NFC Inspection Program

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Boston, MA, (June, 2015) — Mobilengine, “the complete end to end mobility solution for your enterprise”, announced that UK based construction firm McGee Group will be featuring Mobilengine NFC inspection tags on its truck fleet. This is a continuation of a partnership that began last year and was highlighted by an award from the Construction Health and Safety Group (CHSG) this spring for this organizations’ use of innovative mobile applications. The McGee and Mobilengine team was presented with the Commended Award for the development of two innovative mobile applications that automate and digitize McGee’s site safety inspections and daily vehicle inspections.

John McGee, Director, said: “The Construction Industry as a whole is challenged by the significant number of paper-based forms, reports and other documents that have to be processed on a daily basis. We therefore decided to develop a series of bespoke mobile applications to enhance daily vehicle inspections and site safety inspections to revolutionize time consuming paper-based systems by ‘going digital’ and above and beyond the minimum requirements of law in relation to vehicle and road safety. The main goal is to fully mobilize a number of company processes and to merge several different management tools into one single application for enhanced safety, improved workflow safety and more visible and controllable processes.”

“With Mobilengine’s mobile technology know-how and McGee’s industry expertise, a solution has been created that enables McGee to enhance site safety and vehicle and road safety.” says Michael Kelly, McGee Group’s Head of IT. We could not have done this without our partnership with Mobilengine and their innovative solutions.” Mobilengine was uniquely positioned to help McGee as they specialize in helping companies create apps that mimic their business processes perfectly in order to improve them….

Marketer Leah Kinthaert has over ten years of expertise in bringing both overseas-based and early-stage start-up companies to the next level.

What makes Mobilengine unique? [Video]

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There is a large variety of mobile enterprise app development programs, tools and strategies to choose from, with each offering something different. Do you know what separates Mobilengine’s platform-a-as-service solution from the rest?

Hi, and welcome to the Mobilengine video blog!

Mobilengine recently released a new software development kit, and that got businesses asking, “What is unique about Mobilengine’s mobile app platform?” Let’s put that question to rest.

Mobilengine is an enterprise mobile app development and management platform for building, launching, controlling and supporting business-to-employee mobile workflow apps. All of those capabilities make Mobilengine one of a kind, but the unique qualities don’t stop there.

The Mobilengine PaaS provides organizations with everything required to support numerous workflow apps, from enterprise-grade hardware in the cloud to integration languages for development. This means that businesses can create a mobile workflow for any task without starting from scratch every time developing a complex app. Mobilengine also allows enterprises to quickly deploy that mobile workflow app to employees’ devices, making this PaaS solution 10 times faster from build to implementation than any other.

In essence, Mobilengine is a platform that provides a universal mobile app on which you launch workflows and forms for employees. Once mobile workflows and forms are created, you can launch them into the Mobilengine provided cloud for all employees to access. This rapid mobile app development process requires 10 percent of the time and lines of code of other platforms, and the hosted enterprise-grade hardware ensures that IT staffs focus on the business, not maintenance.

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.

It's time for logistics to fully embrace the 21st century with mobile workflow apps.

The new face of logistics, powered by mobile workflow apps

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The term mobility has and always will describe the logistics industry. Whether it’s freight trucks transporting consumer goods across America or truck drivers traversing through multiple European nations with supplies for a manufacturer, this sector is always moving.

In fact, workflows and procedures are the only aspects of logistics that are not keeping pace with the industry as a whole. Paper-based processes plague trucking and transport. Not only do drivers need to manage stacks of CMRs, manually note deliveries and submit documents in person, but cumbersome administrative tasks bog down the productivity of companies and their staff members.

However, thanks to modern day conveniences such as touch​-screen smartphones, 4G connectivity and accompanying mobile apps, the logistics industry recently received a facelift. Mobile workflow solutions have truly revolutionized trucking and transport, but not all businesses hopped on this bandwagon immediately. After all, driving trucks and smartphones usage are not commonly associated with one another, and logistics companies usually lack the IT infrastructure to make mobile apps in house. Achieving always-on connectivity seems like a feat even for an experienced team of app developers….

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.

Let's take a look at some of the most popular MADP solutions on the market, so you can have a better idea of the differences between the many tools available.

The MADP showdown: Mobilengine vs. Xamarin vs. Kony

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In the past few years, enterprise mobility shifted away from being a competitive advantage, and now, mobile apps for your employees are absolutely required in order to keep up with the pace of business. Where there is a need, there are technology vendors offering a solution. In enterprise mobility, mobile application development platforms meet that requirement, enabling organizations to develop, deploy and maintain mobile solutions for their staff members.

Gartner reported that the MADP market is growing, evolving and maturing right now, as more businesses procure these solutions and make their demands known to vendors. Of course, like any other industry in its youth, decision-makers and IT leaders are going to face challenges when finding the best MADP tool for their business needs. Add in the fact that marketing buzzwords are the coin of the realm in enterprise IT, and it becomes clear that organizations will struggle to identify the pros and cons of each platforms.

We know you are reading this on a Mobilengine blog, but don’t expect any bias here. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular MADP solutions on the market, so you can have a better idea of the differences between the many tools available….

Vice President of Business Development Ryan Lallier has helped three start ups experience successful exits, including two acquisitions (Beyond Trust Corp and Insight Direct) and one IPO (Hubspot). Ryan is also the founder of two start-up companies.

4 steps to mobilize your construction workforce

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This blog post could actually be part one of dozens that highlight the numerous benefits of going mobile in the construction industry. That’s not what this blog post will do, however. You already know that mobility is the key to empowering employees and making them more productive. You don’t need convincing.

Instead, you need help going mobile to begin with. After all, this is uncharted territory, and you shouldn’t expect other construction companies to gladly hand over their keys to success in that regard. That doesn’t necessarily mean that achieving mobility is difficult. You just need to be shown the right direction.

Here are four simple steps to mobilize your construction workforce:

1. Identify processes

The first phase of the mobility journey is the most important one: You need to understand exactly what your employees do, and then translate that into a workflow or process. Ask yourself whether or not that task can be optimized with a mobile device. Chances are that all of your paperwork can become a thing of the past, but you need to plan.

Let’s take one of Mobilengine’s success stories for example. London-based specialist contractor McGee had around 170 different processes, all of which were reliant on paper. With Mobilengine, the company was able to turn those complicated construction workflows into simple mobile app forms….

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.

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