MobileCaddy Apps for Desktop: Delivering Salesforce on Windows 10

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With approximately 80% of the global workforce performing deskless work daily, the demand for the right technology, in the right place and at the right time, has reached critical mass. For Salesforce users, this means seamless access to critical systems and data on any device, regardless of location or connection. To accommodate this, we’ve extended our MobileCaddy offering from iOS and Android applications to deliver Salesforce on Windows 10, making it easier for businesses to enable truly deskless work.

Presenting… MobileCaddy for desktop

It’s with great pleasure that we can officially announce the first desktop support for MobileCaddy applications. This expansion is something we’re extremely proud of, as it marks a significant step in our mission to provide seamless mobile working within the global Salesforce ecosystem, free of any limitations.

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Custom Mobile Apps: Answering the Burning Questions for Salesforce Consultancies

As more and more organisations place a strong emphasis on mobilising processes which are ‘business critical’, Salesforce consultancies tasked with delivering custom mobile apps capable of achieving that are facing a wave of entirely new and unfamiliar challenges. But in order to take advantage of this growing opportunity, consultancies must first be able to meet each of their clients’ mobile-specific requirements. From our experience working closely with the Salesforce partner community, here we address the burning questions which must first be answered in order to successfully provide the class of mobile apps so many businesses are currently demanding.  

 

burning2Some Salesforce partners and consultancies will inevitably feel the only question that really matters is whether the mobile app that will satisfy their client’s specification can be built or not. While this is generally the bottom line when taking on a project, there are a number finer, more intricate details which need to be considered, due to the complexity of the apps which the market is now in desperate need of.

Those details become even more important when a client’s goal is to introduce a mobile app into a workflow or process critical to its business, which is when a new, more advanced, more powerful solution is required to eliminate the possibility of failure once deployed.

This is where an evaluation of the available technology, compared to the necessary features and characteristics of the app, should take place. Within this decision making process, once you reach, and realise you need to go beyond, the limitations of an app built with Salesforce1, it will become abundantly clear that these preliminary considerations are essential to the success of your delivery.

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Salesforce London’s Calling 2017: A MobileCaddy Preview

London's Calling 2017Another year brings another slate of events, conferences, meet-ups, and networking opportunities to attend within the living, breathing, ever-growing Salesforce community.

Boasting the title of Europe’s largest community-led event for Salesforce professionals, London’s Calling 2017 will be the perfect way for anyone working with Salesforce in the UK to expand their knowledge and learn exciting new ways to get the most out of the technology.

MobileCaddy’s own Todd Halfpenny has just been proudly named one of the Top 25 people to meet at the event by Salesforce consultant Phil Walton, and will be giving a presentation on browser developer tools at the event, which takes place this Friday, 10 February.

With more and more of the partners, consultancies, and Salesforce customers we work with embracing the value of using the Salesforce platform to mobilise their employees and their operations, we wanted to take the opportunity to preview London’s Calling with a mobile-centric twist. Here’s what to expect for anyone who’ll be attending…

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