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Mobile Apps in the World of Enterprise Software

Mobile Apps in the World of Enterprise Software


In the past few years enterprise mobile apps (EA) set some new trends in the world of business and mobile industry in standard. As we know, mobile apps bring efficiency in different aspects of business. 
Nowadays, we can see a growing trend of enterprise apps. It’s self-evidently, because apps are easy and they don’t need extra gear. They help to connect to an organization’s infrastructure and do the work from anywhere a user wants. In modern world, employees and employers struggle to maintain a balance between work and private life so mobility gives both them a chance to work not for 10 hours a day but for a result.

Big companies are now looking towards hiring outsourced employees in other countries so enterprise apps increase collaboration. Modern EA are aimed to make it easier for employees to do their work in the way it’s comfortable for them.

In 2014, the concept of “mobile moment” was born. It’s an instant when using the right mobile application would deliver significant profit. For example, if you need to recognize a song and the mobile moment would be in launching Shazam.

The design strategies for enterprise apps follow the same concept. Unlike desktop software, mobile application don’t need to contain large suites of functionality. It means that extending software to mobile break up app workflow into a bunch of smaller applications. They should be optimised for specific tasks to be needed in the right place and the right time so should “win a mobile moment”.

Lack of mobile-first applications is one of the biggest challenges in today’s enterprise software development. Imagine that everything you usually do using a desktop computer at your workplace could be done from anywhere. What if communicating with a team, access to expenses, analytics and other needed information would fit in a hand?

There is some food for reflection for you as a conclusion. Companies need to solve this problem from their employees’ point of view. The paradigm shift to the side of mobility should force software developers and vendors to re-think their solutions. Otherways they will be rapidly replaced by products that go in tune with the time.