Enterprise Mobile & Web Development

Mobile field operations are undergoing massive digital transformation. Organisations are now looking at mobile as a strategic competitive weapon for their business and in the case of field workforce management, the shift from the field using traditional mobile handheld devices to modern smartphones and mobile tablets has unearthed unprecedented opportunities to drive productivity and improved customer service.



Mobile enterprise is a broad term that refers to the business practice of using mobile platforms to get core operations done. Nearly any kind of task or process that is accomplished on a mobile device, over a mobile platform, constitutes mobile enterprise. There is even a trend called "bring your own device" (BYOD), where companies encourage employees to use their personal mobile devices for business. The task probably seems pretty daunting, as experienced developers are typically entrenched in a sea of scripting languages that make the layperson wrinkle their eyebrows in utter confusion, but anyone can do it if they set their mind to it—and if you set your mind to learning one language at a time, it’s more than do-able for the average tech enthusiast who has an ample amount of fortitude.

Fortunately, the same technology that has made Web development such an essential part of the world today has also made it possible for skilled development persons to share their tactics with the world at large through blogs, there are plenty of developers who have chosen to share their hacks and tricks for the benefit of upcoming developers.

Client Speak

It usually starts as a “symptom” – the need for something more than traditional DB management tools in your enterprise. There are a standard set of activities which when performed, enable the linking of this “symptom” or a “business challenge” to your Big-data needs.

Richard Jhone
Senior Product Manager Secure Digital Services Ltd.

It usually starts as a “symptom” – the need for something more than traditional DB management tools in your enterprise. There are a standard set of activities which when performed, enable the linking of this “symptom” or a “business challenge” to your Big-data needs.

Richard Jhone
Senior Product Manager Secure Digital Services Ltd.

It usually starts as a “symptom” – the need for something more than traditional DB management tools in your enterprise. There are a standard set of activities which when performed, enable the linking of this “symptom” or a “business challenge” to your Big-data needs.

Richard Jhone
Senior Product Manager Secure Digital Services Ltd.

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