Mobility in Insurance

December 26, 2013

The global insurance market is growing bigger due to increasing customer demand and highly-differentiated customer requirements.  To take advantage of this market opportunity insurers have to innovate to differentiate themselves from the competition and also to satisfy the changing  demands of the customer. Technology is one of the key levers on which innovation hinges. Mobility is the latest technology which insurers are leveraging to accelerate the internal work process, identify new channels to reach out to customers and other such areas.

Mobility opens up an alternate channel to connect with customers. The Insurers can use mobile technology for a faster premium/Claims processing. Continue reading “Mobility in Insurance”

Enterprise Application Store

December 4, 2013

BYOA is emerging as the latest enterprise mobility trend and enterprises are facing the need to regulate the use of employee owned applications. Enterprises need to define the scope of allowed applications and their access permissions .The applications need to be regularly updated with the latest version. A Mobile Application Management (MAM) strategy should be  framed to address all these needs. One such tool/framework for MAM is the enterprise application store (EAP).

EAP is a centralized host for applications allowed in an enterprise. The applications can be both custom-developed and employee owned.   Continue reading “Enterprise Application Store”

Mobility In Governance

November 22, 2013

Good governance can be measured by the citizen’s satisfaction with public services which can be achieved by efficient administrative framework. Automation of the governance framework using IT eliminates paper work and reduces latency.  Still there is a risk of security as confidential data can be stolen and misused. The government agencies need to proactively address these challenges while adopting any IT framework.

Today, Mobility is widely adopted by both customers and enterprises. Recently the government agencies have also begun to show interest in Mobility. 57% of state CIO’s in US have mobility as high-priority in their strategic agenda. Continue reading “Mobility In Governance”

Cloud for Entrepreneurs

November 8, 2013

Many budding entrepreneurs start with big dreams in mind and small capital in hand. During the early stages of an enterprise, entrepreneurs have to mainly focus on the product or services they are offering to grow the business. As the business grows and the need to keep track of various things like sales, purchase, inventory, accounts arise, the need for IT infrastructure (hardware, software and applications) kicks in. With scarce capital, enterprises have to strike a balance between investing in growing the business and investing in IT infrastructure to run the existing one. Its always been an either/or situation. With the maturity of cloud technologies, enterprise now have an option Continue reading “Cloud for Entrepreneurs”

Bring Your Own Application (BYOA)

October 22, 2013

Enterprises have begun to focus on applications along with devices. Applications can be critical applications (like ERP) which are vital for enterprise to function or non-critical applications (like chat messenger) which add value by enhancing ease of communication and collaboration. Critical applications are industry specific and have lot of domain specific business processes embedded in them but non-critical applications (consumer applications) are mostly generic (like file sharing). As more and more consumer applications make their way into the enterprises, they have to put in policies like BYOA to manage them within the enterprise. Continue reading “Bring Your Own Application (BYOA)”

Enterprise Mobility-The Application Focus

October 9, 2013

The Consumerization of IT has led to the increase of mobile devices and applications. Employees started to use their own mobile devices for work-related tasks (like emailing). Enterprises framed policies like BYOD (Bring your own device)  to leverage this trend and address its challenges. This led to the growth of enterprise mobility. Over a period of time, applications have also gained focus in enterprise mobility. Applications help in quicker processing and timely availability of data, which is the key for business efficiency/competitiveness.

BYOA (Bring your own application) policy allows employees to use their own applications at work. Continue reading “Enterprise Mobility-The Application Focus”

PreludeSys at InnoTech Austin, 2013

September 24, 2013

PreludeSys is proud to be part of the InnoTech Austin’s 10 year celebrations on October 16th, 2013, Wednesday, at the Austin Convention Center.

We offer various IT services ranging from custom software development to cloud services. At InnoTech, visit us at booth # 426 and understand how Mobile applications, Javascript, HTML 5 and Cloud computing will help solve your enterprise challenges.

As a supporter of Austin’s premiere technology conference, we  highly encourage you to attend as our guest and benefit professionally and personally from InnoTech. Continue reading “PreludeSys at InnoTech Austin, 2013”

Hybrid Mobile Application

September 20, 2013

A hybrid mobile application has a mix of native and web mobile capabilities. It is built using web-technologies and run on the native device. It provides web-browser capabilities (like dynamic web content).It also has access to native device features (like memory, camera).Development of hybrid applications is a consequent trend of the need to develop a mobile application supported by multiple device platforms and to leverage the advantages of both native and web mobile technologies.

The key web technologies used for mobile application development are HTML5, CSS 3.0 and JavaScript. HTML5 has new elements and attributes to support canvas, audio and video. Continue reading “Hybrid Mobile Application”

Cloud for Legal Industry

September 12, 2013

The legal industry deals with huge number of law suits and large volume of client information. There is immense paper work involved with filing of law suits and other legal services. Storage of this information (physical or digital) is definitely a major challenge for legal firms. Retrieving information is a tedious task consuming lot of time and effort considering the volume of data transactions. It is not possible for legal executives to carry all the documents of their clients wherever they go. Security is a key concern since lawyers are bound to protect confidentiality of client information. Legal firms fear that storing legal content in a remote cloud server may open chances for unauthorized access. Continue reading “Cloud for Legal Industry”