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MobileFrame, creators of the only code-free mobile application development platform, today announced that Solvay, a global multi-specialty chemical company, has chosen MobileFrame as their new standard for mobile app development.
Since 1863, Solvay has been driven by proud and committed chemists. Their products serve diversified markets worldwide, from consumer goods to energy, with one main aim – to improve quality of life and customer performance. To support that aim, Solvay endeavoured to modernize their inventory operations, specifically in the areas of receiving, consumption and reporting. Continue reading
ScanSource, one of our long-standing distribution partners, is hosting an ISV Vendor Fair on February 28, 2018 at their corporate offices and MobileFrame will be there. Our representatives will be onsite to deliver presentations and product demonstrations, specifically the most recent developments to our mobile app development platform. Continue reading
MobileFrame – creators of the only code-free mobile application development platform – will be at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain from February 26 to March 1 to conduct technology briefings with attendees. MobileFrame has been in the enterprise mobility business for 17 years. The briefings will be an opportunity for those interested in the mobility industry to share product news, discuss mobility trends and the challenges facing their business. Continue reading
Given all of the hype that they’re experiencing, it’s a safe time to start thinking about chatbots as disruptors to the field service industry, specifically their place in mobile app development.
First, the Hype
For the uninitiated, a chatbot is a program that mimics conversations with people using artificial intelligence techniques such as natural language processing (NLP), image and video processing, and audio analysis. Continue reading
MobileFrame, creators of the only code-free mobile application development platform, today announced that DY Martin has chosen MobileFrame to automate their sales order entry and inventory management.
DY Martin operates wholesale distribution and retail sales of fine wines throughout Louisiana. To better serve their customers, the company sought out a mobile solution that would allow for real-time order entry and inventory confirmation. Their goal is to have every customer-facing employee mobile-enabled to offer personalized service throughout their retail locations. Continue reading
MobileFrame today announced the availability of MobileFrame 6.5 with a series of new additions aimed at further streamlining the design, development and management of mobile enterprise applications. These new capabilities, which span the entire user experience, from client-facing UI to backend systems management, further extend MobileFrame’s leadership in no-code mobile application development. Continue reading
We’ve very proud to announce that Interstates, an award-winning industrial electrical & controls provider, has selected MobileFrame to power its mobile strategy. Our code-free apps will be supporting their “zero-error” critical field service systems. Continue reading
Our 2018 Predictions for Enterprise Mobility are coming soon! In the meantime, check out our 2017 predictions…
A note from our CEO, Lonny Oswalt
It’s been a busy year here at MobileFrame. Gartner’s inclusion of MobileFrame in the 2017 Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADP) Magic Quadrant speaks volumes about the quality and sophistication of our code-free platform; a feather in our cap for our core focus and committed dedication to excellence for the past 16 years and counting. During this time we’ve seen a great many changes in our industry, with many mobile platform solution providers coming and going, as well as large swings in the use cases for apps being deployed across the enterprise in a multitude of different environments spanning every facet of business vertical and industry. Continue reading
A recent article, “New York City cops will replace their 36,000 Windows phones with iPhones” highlighted an important point that must be considered any time an organization, public or private, government or commercial, decides to upgrade their mobile infrastructure – it’s no longer just about the hardware when it comes to planning for the future.
The NYPD has decided to use the end of life of Windows Phone 8.1 as their compelling event to transition their 36,000 phones to iPhones. It requires a look back to understand why the NYPD is in the situation it is.
The NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner for IT stated “Three years ago we made the decision to bring mobility to the NYPD. At that time, neither iOS nor Android phones allowed us to cost-effectively utilize prior investment in custom Windows applications.”
That quote itself highlights a major consideration for every organization looking to make a significant investment in their field force – how can you effectively plan for future application needs, independent of hardware? You can’t really, unless your application strategy itself is cross-platform from the outset.