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Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms and Your Rugged Devices


Anyone who has used a rugged mobile device knows how valuable the devices are to any enterprise. Their efficiency and speed make them one of the keys to retail and warehouse business processes. But, does your organization have a solid mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP) to make mobile applications and workers as productive as possible?  

According to a SearchConsumerization article written by Michael Brandenburg, “Mobile enterprise application platforms provide an environment where enterprises can develop an application once and run it on any mobile OS. This approach is essential to enterprises that support a mix of devices, especially those that allow end users to run mobile enterprise applications on personal devices.”

Velocity was built to do exactly that, and is built and optimized for ruggedized mobile devices where traditional browsers are not. In the past, enterprises were forced to run Web applications across a variety of different versions of Windows, Pocket IE, etc. This led to inconsistent and unreliable user experience. Velocity stabilizes user experience regarding this issue.

As more and more companies see the value in moving toward web applications, it’s critical that they have a browser that is capable of meeting new needs and requirements. If your organization is looking at moving towards browser-based applications, it’s important to remember a few things: 1) Ensure that the application will be rendered properly across many different device types/sizes. 2) Will it work across multi-OS platforms, common in the rugged space? 3) Will connection be maintained if the device moves in and out of RF coverage?

Make sure you know the answers to these questions, and if you feel we’ve missed any, feel free to post them in the comments below.

The Future of Mobile Web Applications – Webinar Recap

Last week, we wrapped up our “Next Generation of Mobile Web Applications” webinar, which introduced you to Wavelink Velocity. In the coming month, you’ll hear plenty about how, with Velocity, we are primarily giving enterprises the ability to do three things:

  • Increase the speed of wireless applications
  • Provide a consistent UI of the web application to a diverse environment of devices (Datalogic, Motorola, Honeywell, etc)
  • Improving the efficiency of mobile workers by enabling them to complete web applications faster.

I encourage you to view the recorded webinar and see for yourself. What benefits can you see if you could run your mobile web applications faster than before? How much do you feel you could save in productivity costs?