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GE in Partnership with Webalo

This morning GE announced Proficy Scorecard, an important addition to their Industrial Internet portfolio of products and this one is powered by Webalo! Several years ago we met with Mark Pipher and the team at GE Intelligent Platforms. Their vision was about enabling the data collected in Proficy Historian to be of value beyond manufacturing, or similar industrial oriented departments, to any department in an organization – for example, if manufacturing has a challenge then …

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Webalo Launches Webalo Live!

I’m excited to let you know of a new service we’re introducing today, Webalo Live!, designed to help our customers accelerate their mobilization activities. Like you, I’ve watched the now near ubiquitous proliferation of low-cost device and data management technologies that make it easy for employees to securely use their own mobile devices at work. To date this usage had been primarily around a select handful of 3rd party consumer and enterprise mobile applications, for …

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New Webalo Connectors to Enterprise Applications

I am pleased to let you know that today we’re adding a new set of back-end connectors to the Webalo platform. These new connectors cover a wide range of enterprise applications and data sources, including Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft SharePoint, SAP and Salesforce and they extend Webalo’s Web service-based connectivity to provide an even easier route for mobilizing data from these systems – by leveraging metamodel information specific to each system, we expose a facility for …

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Offline Transactions Ensure Uninterrupted Activity

Assume that you can’t get any bars on your smartphone or tablet, but you still have work to do and data to enter – for a survey, a new order, a reimbursement request, or countless other tasks. It’s a problem that our customers faced often enough to ask for a fix. So, this month, Webalo will let users access apps offline, enter any information they need to and, as soon as they are back in …

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Webalo simplifies healthcare’s mobile IT complexities

Webalo simplifies healthcare’s mobile IT complexities

Jim Williams, Head of Application Development, University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust, which is part of the National Health Service in the United Kingdom. I’m responsible for all application development at University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB), part of the NHS.  I’ve spent my professional career in software, both writing software and managing application development. I started using Webalo about four years ago in December of 2009.  I evaluated Webalo and thought it provided us an opportunity to …

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GigaOM’s report on enterprise mobility highlights traditional software development model’s limitations for supporting the mobile enterprise

In a report based on a Q3 2013 survey among IT buyers, GigaOM revealed that, “more than 91 percent of IT managers reported supporting or developing enterprise mobile applications.” The report, titled “The impact of mobility on enterprise software development” and penned by Aileen Arcilla, also covers the current drivers of enterprise mobility, user demands, the shortcomings of the traditional ISVs, the requirements of a successful B2E mobile app, and new models of mobile app …

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Citrix Mobility Study Highlights Mobile’s Growth and Importance in the Enterprise

Citrix Mobility Study Highlights Mobile’s Growth and Importance in the Enterprise

The “Mobility in Business Report” is based on a recent mobility study conducted by Citrix, one of the leaders in Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) and, coincidentally, a Webalo partner.  Its focus, naturally, is on how organizations are dealing with the rapid and expansive growth of mobile and the steps they’re taking (or plan to take) to keep devices secure and data protected. Among the report’s key findings are: 1.  Smartphones sales are projected to be …

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Bell Nursery Uses Webalo to Improve Efficiency, Productivity, and Decision Making

Bell Nursery Uses Webalo to Improve Efficiency, Productivity, and Decision Making

Currently, Bell Nursery grows more than 90 million annuals, 5 million perennials and 1 million poinsettias exclusively on behalf of The Home Depot in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, as well as parts of North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio.  Most of our plants are locally grown and arrive at The Home Depot within just a few hours of leaving the greenhouse. Therefore, finding efficient and low-cost inventory management tools was paramount to moving our business forward. Prior to …

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