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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.

The need for native mobile apps: Solving the cost crisis [Video]

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According to the latest Field Service News Podcast, around two-thirds of businesses demand native mobile apps.

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It’s no surprise that businesses would rather use native mobile apps than Web-based alternatives. Native solutions are more responsive, provide an all-around better user experience and support a variety of cutting-edge technologies. However, popular tech resources such as TechTarget and Software Development Times reported that it’s expensive to find people with native mobile app development skills, and creating dozens of native apps costs hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Businesses need to support and develop native solutions without financially devastating consequences.

So, why not combine the cost-effectiveness of as-a-service solutions with native mobile app development? The solution that can accomplish this is Mobilengine, a mobile app development platform with backend as a service capabilities that reduce the cost of supporting and managing native mobile workflow apps on iOS and Android.

And don’t forget, for more mobility news and tips, 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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