Mobility is about more than access. When structured well, it is a key business driver that will give your organization the speed and responsiveness it needs to stay ahead.
We can map and introduce the right devices, applications, usability and company-wide policies that will address your organization’s needs, provide security and align with your longer-term aims.
What’s more, we can set up, configure and manage your mobility infrastructure so that you can remain focussed on your core business.
With over 20 years of experience, we will work with you to meet the needs of today and equip you for the challenges ahead.
Mobility is about apps
Companies gain competitive differentiation through mobile apps. For years Interchange has been the trusted developer of bespoke, creative, functional and enterprise-ready mobile apps for enterprise customers and government. More information of our customized software development services can be found here app development
“From the outset we were impressed with Interchange’s depth of mobile development knowledge and experience. More than that, they were really pragmatic and business focused, and consistently delivered exceptional quality.”
PUSHLOOP – the app that helps you manage real-time events
Easy-to-use and cost-effective, organizations can now communicate with the right people, at the right time, issuing up-to-date information to mobile devices so that people can react and respond wherever they are. PUSHLOOP is secure and efficient, and makes it easy for administrators to audit communication trails via its web-based console.
Find out more about how PUSHLOOP is assisting organizations boost day-to-day efficiencies as well as helping them to safeguard people during an emergency: PUSHLOOP
“PUSHLOOP is now a critical part of our regular and emergency communication plans: critical staff communication, emergency contact lists and day to day business updates are shared with our global staff. The content is pushed to them when they are online, but is available at any time, on a plane, in the desert, even on London Underground.”
CIO, international development agency