Integration and mobile working specialist NDL is set to launch the latest version of its corporate mobile platform, awiMX , at a series of special events across the UK next week. Alongside the launch, the half day seminars will also provide a practical introduction to mobile working along with real life case studies and an examination of NDL’s public sector Mobile Working Report.
Primarily aimed at local authorities, housing authorities and NHS Trusts, awiMX version five promises to dramatically improve the flexibility and affordability of mobile working by allowing non-technical users to build and distribute business apps across three different mobile operating systems, including Android, and five different devices in less than half an hour.
awiMX is designed to integrate with multiple back office systems allowing data to be drawn from existing sources and delivered directly to individuals working in the field allowing users to work offline if there isn’t a signal. In addition, as awiMX allows customers to run multiple apps and for information to be drawn or written to multiple sources it allows customers the opportunity to re-engineer their field working processes. This means that field workers can quickly share the information they have gathered beyond departmental silos, bringing significant cost and time savings.
The half day seminars will be held in Manchester on Tuesday 1 November and London on Wednesday 2 November, followed by Newcastle on Tuesday 15 and Northampton on Thursday 17th November. For further details or to book your place please contact Helen Mountford on 01937543500 or email [email protected] . All delegates receive a free copy of NDL’s Mobile Working Report and will be entered into a prize draw to win a Motorola Xoom Android tablet.
Added by Harriet Ball on October 27, 2011