Monthly Archives:October 2015

Construction mobility: What’s so great about the cloud? [Video]

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The construction industry quickly realized the power of mobile applications, and mobility has spread like wildfire to all businesses in that sector. This rapid adoption is all thanks to the cloud.

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When it comes to developing and managing business-to-employee mobile workflow apps, the construction industry has demonstrated unanimous support for the cloud and hosted mobile app development platforms. But why?

For one, cloud-based mobile development tools make creating and managing dozens of mobile apps a simple process. No hardware deployments are required, no highly skilled developers are necessary and no complex integrations are needed.

Secondly, the cloud allows construction firms to scale their mobile apps based on job site size, employee requirements and other scale-out demands.

Lastly, construction companies move to the cloud to save money. Creating mobile apps from scratch is a huge investment, but with support from cloud services, apps can be created without paying salaries to dozens of developers or buying data center equipment.

For more mobility news in construction, equipment rentals and more, stick with the Mobilengine blog!

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.

3 mobile app development trends disrupting enterprise mobility [Video]

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Developing a mobile app isn’t as cut and dried as some may think, since this sector is influenced by numerous factors and trends.

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As more organizations hop aboard the mobility bandwagon, three specific trends have appeared, and if businesses don’t heed these best practices, then mobility investments could fail.

One: Cloud services are the standard in mobile application development and support. As Tech.Co reported, cloud environments keep back-end systems connected to front-end apps with simplicity, making it easier to develop and support more apps in less time.

Two: Rapid development is required. With the popularity of mobility in all industries, from equipment rentals to construction, organizations can expect all employees to demand apps for their workflows. Rapid development platforms make it possible to meet those needs.

Three: Development platforms are popular. This year alone, 35 percent of large enterprises will use mobile app development platforms to create mobile workflow solutions. These tools allow for less coding and quicker deployment.

For more mobility news, stick with the Mobilengine video blog!

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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