The construction industry is undergoing major changes. Thanks to digital transformation, device management in this sector is supposed to be simplified, but we can see that both employers and employees do not always benefit from it. The reason:EMM (Enterprise Mobile Management) solutions are not necessarily adopted by the employees of this very specific sector.
To edit professional apps of any kind, for any type of company, it is necessary to take a closer look at the sector in which the company operates. Each industry presents very different challenges and issues, which sometimes overlap, but often need to be addressed differently. Having worked with professionals from a wide variety of sectors, Appaloosa presents below specific examples of issues related to EMM and MAM, for an app-editor.
The implementation of an EMM (Enterprise Mobile Management) solution is full of pitfalls. Depending on your sector, you’ll have to meet diverse and sometimes opposite expectations: the crucial importance of compatibility, numerous issues around the user experience (UX) and/or security, flexibility and the ability of testing new features... Through different collaborations with companies within sectors as varied as essential in our economy (retail, luxury, construction, banking and energy), Appaloosa has developed a panel of solutions that fit any type of industry, and any type of business.
Depending on your professional sector, managing a mobile fleet won’t have the same objectives nor the same effects on your business and your employees. Whether you are in the construction, luxury goods, retail, banking or energy industries, your needs will be diverse, and your EMM (Enterprise Mobile Management) strategy will need to be tailored accordingly.
As we have just switched off our old administration interface we think that it is a great time to make a little overview of our solution and new interface!
At Appaloosa, we are aware of users’ privacy, that’s why we work to make Android Enterprise easier for all. Android Enterprise offers a clear and secure separation between private and professional life allowing end-users to turn off professional apps when they are not supposed to work. For more information on Android Enterprise, please take a look at https://support.appaloosa.io/en/articles/3215700-getting-started-with-android-enterprise.
You are planning to launch new business applications, but you are wondering about the consistency of these apps within your company? How is it possible to keep a certain homogeneity while at the same time meeting your employees' exact needs? Here are the questions you need to ask yourself before you take action!
Developing an enterprise application is a huge challenge for many companies. It's an expensive project, and you shouldn't miss it. It isn’t uncommon to get lost on the way and to forget the main objective: to solve one of your employees’ problem. In many cases, this results in a low adoption of the app by potential users. Here are the 5 key points on which you need to focus to ensure the future success of your app.
There are many Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions on the market. What are the key requirements to consider when choosing the one you will deploy? How to choose the solution that best suits your company? Here are the 5 main aspects to consider in order to make the right decision.
If your company has a large mobile fleet, you are likely to use different types of Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions, including Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions. However, it has been noted that there are many problems in getting this type of solution adopted by end-users. The reasons: high rigidity and poor user experience. We looked into this to help you see more clearly.
Only a few companies can operate without having integrated a mobile fleet management solution. At a time where the digital transformation of companies is absolutely essential, mobile fleet management is probably one of the major issues of a successful "digitalization". Here are the seven questions that you’ll have to answer to make sure you can successfully deploy a mobile fleet.
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