Mobile App Support Paves the Way for Performance and Innovation

Innovation comes with inherent risk, especially for enterprise mobile apps. Businesses leading the way with mobility are the ones with sufficient support in place to ensure their apps will always perform as required, allowing them to focus on successfully innovating. This article explains the comprehensive mobile app support we provide our customers and partners to give them full confidence in their application performance.

Mobile is a Moving Target

Leaders in enterprise mobility are the businesses that are always striving to innovate. For us, continuous innovation means continuous updates and improvements to mobile applications. This is how mobile apps are able to deliver true competitive advantages and differentiation to a business.

We believe all our customers and partners fall into this category, because they are approaching mobility in such a way that they’re never standing still with their mobile initiatives, and they appreciate the environment their mobile apps operate in never stands still either. What makes them leaders is that, instead of seeing that challenge as an obstacle to innovation, they use it as the basis for their mobile strategies.

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London Salesforce DUG, June 2018: Salesforce DX and Apex Experts

london-dg-thumbnai-junel As it does each month, the London Salesforce developer community once again came together recently for an evening of networking, sharing experience and development practices, discussing new features, and giving each other feedback on development with Salesforce.

Our more regular readers, and attendees of the events, will know by now that we’re proud sponsors of the London Salesforce DUG YouTube channel. As a result, it’s our job to to bring you highlights, and ensure members of the community who can’t attend in person can keep up to speed. But, of course, we do encourage you to come along the next time you’re in the area if you’re a Salesforce developer.

This month’s DUG event took place on Wednesday, June 20 and was hosted by makepositive. There were two exciting sessions from guest speakers who we’ll cover in detail here:

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Salesforce Consultancies Face a Whole New Class of Mobile App

Salesforce consultancies are facing a significant demand for mobile apps from prospective clients that, for one reason or another, they’re unable to meet. This article explores the separation of all available enterprise mobile applications into five ‘Classes’, based on their varying complexity and capabilities. This will allow consultancies (and end users) to more accurately assess their needs, from both a technical and a commercial point of view, reducing the rate of failure currently associated with mobile app projects. 

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The need for a new approach

More and more opportunities have been arising in recent years for Salesforce consultancies and solution providers to build enterprise mobile applications. Unfortunately, for various reasons, they’re often either having to turn these prospective clients down, or are taking on the projects and failing – and this is happening far too often.

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Looking Beyond the Limitations of Salesforce1 Mobile Apps

mobile-appsFor businesses looking to leverage the Salesforce platform to mobilise operations, enabling the now inescapable demand for ‘deskless work,’ it’s common for Salesforce1 mobile apps to be the vehicle chosen to make the first attempt.

When given to employees within a business, mobile apps are intended to make those workers faster, more accurate, and more effective in doing their jobs.

That ability to work seamlessly from a mobile device at any time, in any location, is ideal for driving productivity. But unfortunately, those valuable gains will only be achieved if the right mobile apps are introduced.

While Salesforce1 is a great first step for a business to take when setting out on its mobile journey, the inherent limitations can only stretch so far.

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Dreamforce 2016: The State of Salesforce Mobile

dreamforceAround 170,000 people from 83 different countries will descend on San Francisco, California today for the 2016 edition of Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce event.

There’s been a lot of discussion recently within the industry about the significant impact Salesforce is having on the world’s professional landscape, with one member of the global Salesforce ecosystem even releasing a yearly ‘State of Salesforce Report’ to build additional hype for Dreamforce.

Taking the idea of putting Salesforce-focused trends under a microscope, we thought it was a good time to ask the question: What is the current state of Salesforce when it comes to mobile technology?

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