What is Enterprise Mobility?

Posted by Atul Gunjal on May 15, 2018 12:35:55 PM

We were witness to a change in mindset during the last decade, a shift from 'something cool to have' to 'essential for business survival'? The wide-and-deep proliferation of smartphones in the society has outpaced previous technology transition and adoption, e.g. migration to the web application from the client-server or desktop apps. 

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Topics: Mobile Development, Cross Platform Developement, Enterprise mobility

Custom Enterprise App Development - Does the vendor have the capacity to deliver your web and or mobile development projects for your digital transformation?

Posted by Atul Gunjal on May 4, 2018 9:37:33 AM

Most of my prospective customers ask me questions related to IWORKTECH’s delivery capabilities. It is consequential, because the primary reason why my prospects want to outsource their software development work to us it that, they are would like to delegate part of their work to an extended and trusted team that can deliver, and the one they could not develop in-house with the time and resources they have allocated to to them.

Hence, it is vital to ensure that IWORKTECH’s core competency lies in software development. It is essential for my customer to select us because we have specialized core skills that are needed for the executing project.

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Topics: Cross Platform Mobile Development, Insider, Cross Platform Developement, Estimation, Outsourcing

15 Point checklist before you start building your mobile app

Posted by Atul Gunjal on Oct 12, 2017 10:42:21 AM

Are you planning to develop a mobile app? Great... Here is a 15 point check list before you even get started with it.

Scoping and high level estimation of any mobile app development can be simplified using a simple checklist approach. It helps in refining your initial requirements and ensures that the mobile app's scope of work is clearly defined. It allows you to capture a prospect’s needs at very high level. 

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Topics: Cross Platform Developement, Cross Platform Mobile Development, Mobile Development, Estimation, Mobile App Estimation

Lifebuoy for the Cross-Platform Enterprise Mobile Development - Our experience on Microsoft's Xamarin Platform

Posted by Atul Gunjal on Oct 5, 2017 11:23:17 AM

Xamarin. Forms is a compelling framework for developing native enterprise cross-platform line of business applications. We have used Xamarin.Forms for rapid cross-platform enterprise mobile development for iOS and Android platforms using C#. In this blog, we will explore one of the apps that we conceptualized and developed for our client from inception to production, in just 4 months. Moreover, we achieved 96% code sharing on the client side (iOS, Android code) and the backend server side (Web API) code.

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Topics: Cross Platform Developement, Cross Platform Mobile Development, Mobile Development, Xamarin.forms, Xamarin

Five reasons to consider Cross Platform Mobile Development.

Posted by Atul Gunjal on Aug 17, 2017 8:45:34 AM

Smartphones have become an integral part of our social and professional life. We all use apps that help us communicate and collaborate. These are quintessential to getting things done on the go.  

The global mobile workforce is set to increase from 1.32 billion in 2014, accounting for 37.4% of the global workforce, to 1.75 billion in 2020, accounting for 42.0% of the global workforce. The growth is taking place across the globe. Executives, consultants, and workers on the go are demanding mobile apps that will give access to their back office data to help them make decisions while they are on the move.

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Topics: Cross Platform Developement, Mobile Development, Xamarin, Cross Platform Mobile Development, Mobile

Cross Platform Mobile development using Xamarin.Forms

Posted by Atul Gunjal on Aug 4, 2017 2:50:14 AM

Xamarin.Forms, I should or shouldn't ?

As we started getting more mature on the Xamarin platform, prospect clients have started asking us questions related to the viability of using Xamarin.Forms. However, since the time Xamarin came under the fold of the Microsoft's Visual Studio IDE, we have started noticing the change in questions. These are more towards internal of Xamarin and when to use.

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Topics: Xamarin.forms, Cross Platform Developement, Cross Platform Mobile Development, Mobile Development, Xamarin