Every type of mobile application has its place based on performance and complexity. From the relative ease of HTML5 development to the more intricate possibilities available through native and hybrid development, today's mobile development platforms put the choice in the enterprise's hands.
The Gartner study with the Financial Executives Research Foundation shows that the CFO's role in technology decision making has increased in the last year.
App users can now view permit details and inspection history; monitor the status of transactions between the app and Accela Automation; and e-mail and print inspection information.
Babylon-Enterprise brings together the business processes and data from systems such as SharePoint and SalesForce, aggregated in a single view on mobile devices.
Newest Taking the Pulse U.S. 2012 study from healthcare market research and advisory firm Manhattan Research claims physician device and digital media adoption is evolving much faster than anticipated, especially when it comes to tablets.
Magic's mobile enterprise application platform enables the development of complex, highly interactive business solutions for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Mobile.
The new release enhances management of administrative duties by offering more extensive functionality for processing sales and service orders, as well as approving expenses, invoices and purchase orders.
4G Americas' white paper suggests ways to offset increasing wireless network congestion.
According to a Zenprise report, iOS devices lead deployments in the U.S. -- with an even wider margin in European enterprises -- but Android overwhelms the Asian business market.
The application extends the power of Xactly's Incent mobile capabilities by allowing sales managers, teams and individual reps to view key sales performance metrics, from quota attainment to sales commission payments, in real time on the iPad.