ViziApps addresses these market requirements with an efficient, affordable, secure, and easily accessible rapid mobile app development platform usable by business analysts and operations professionals who best know the needs of their business processes and mobile workforce, can standardize on, to rapidly create mobile business apps themselves. They can use the SaaS accessible ViziApps to create engaging user experiences, securely access backend on-prem and cloud data, build-in business logic, use all mobile device features, and even have apps operate offline, with no coding. ViziApps mobile apps can be built in single and double-byte languages for use anywhere the world.
ViziApps provides its users the ability to design mobile-first business workflow apps with a no coding approach.
Enterprises and IT solution providers are standardizing on ViziApps to rapidly create secure mobile business apps, including on-premise, cloud, and IoT business data logic themselves with no coding
Best business workflow practices depend on ready access to corporate data—both on-premise and in the cloud. ViziApps has built-in secure no coding connectors to a wide range of on-premise and cloud data sources. Partnering with companies and data types including AT&T, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, PTC ThingWorx, and Quick Base, and more, users can quickly build robust mobile apps with SQL database, spreadsheet, and Internet of Things data. ViziApps enables its users to leverage their existing legacy data, as well as emerging cloud data architectures, to quickly build Mobile First workflow logic into their mobile apps.
Another major problem that ViziApps solves is maintaining mobile workflow offline. Often, sales or service workers and travelling executives arrive on a remote site, or even in some rooms inside a steel-frame building, with low or no signal coverage. That doesn’t have to stop their productivity. ViziApps adds the provision of complete functioning, uniquely including photos and images, even in no connectivity areas, then automatically resyncs with backend data sources when they are next are connected to the internet.
Mobile apps can use the device’s camera for photos and for scanning barcodes and QR codes in sales and service related operations, and VIN numbers for fleet logistics management.