With web and mobile applications, it’s easier and quicker to manage files and drawings, transfer data, perform on-site calculations, track finances, and report on labor and equipment hours.
Repetitive tasks can be documented, transformed into a workflow, and automated to save business resources. Later, automated workflows can be connected into an autonomous, self-organizing system.
Companies use all sorts of applications and functionalities to run operations. Connect your software and departments with custom software to have a centralized management point.
Smart devices and sensors are used in construction to facilitate workers’ safety, energy efficiency, equipment maintenance, and smart homes.
Retailers work with lots of systems: ERPs, CRMs, finance, logistics, analytics. Often, you want to connect all these systems so they work in sync. That’s where cross-integration can help.
Your customers don’t want to lose their privacy or – what’s worse – be robbed because of insecure transactions. But privacy and security are also about making users feel safe, building trust, and affinity.