A lot has been made about adding a mobile app to a software platform like AP Automation. Let’s face it, we now live in a mobile society. When I was in college one of the things that people (randomly) thought that was cool about my dorm room was the fact that I have a twenty-foot phone cord that could reach into the hall, so I could have a private conversation away from my roommates.
Having an app for app sake is something that software companies are doing more and more, especially those that are late to the software as a service or cloud game. The thing you have to look out for is the app is needed to run the software on a mobile device. Sometime apps are used to make up for a lack of internet capabilities.
If software is unable to natively render and optimize on a mobile device the quickest fix is an app, but that’s where the problem is created. Whatever is lacking in the software that can show up in other places, like system administration, training and implementation.
When looking at AP Automation service providers, identifying the companies that work naturally on any browser, regardless of the device. This will point to that software as being easy to deploy and maintain, which let’s face it is one less thing you have to deal with in our high-tech lives.
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