Mobile Devices are becoming all pervasive and both enterprises and consumers are turning to it for their information needs. With 75% of the world’s population today having access to a mobile device, it has become a basic need alongside food, water and housing today. Consumers are increasingly bringing their mobile devices to the work places, expecting to access enterprise applications and be supported by an IT organization. This trend is being accelerated by the increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets and the spread of the “anytime anywhere” concept. According to Industry analyst reports, 80% of the businesses will support workforce using tablets and 90% of the organizations will support corporate applications on personal devices in the next few years. Software product companies need to come up with a holistic strategy for delivering solutions through these devices to reach their customers. This compels software product companies and service providers to design and implement a mobile strategy encompassing multiple platforms and classes of devices in quick time.
Our expertise is targeted towards building Mobility Applications leveraging various approaches like Native, Cross Platform and Mobile Web Application Development. Our expertise ranges from development of Apps on IOS, Android and Mobile Web Technologies like HTML5. Our team understands limitations on various cross platform and other 3rd party integration points (including middleware) and leverage the experience in targeting the best solution.
Mobile Application Development
Mobile applications are increasingly becoming an important channel for organization to reach their customers. In the near future, sales of mobile tablets are expected to outstrip traditional PCs and form the majority of web traffic. iTree Global provides end to end application development services across the development lifecycle for 1. Mobile applications targeting enterprise and consumers 2. Solutions helping customers address the major challenges of “Which devices, Which Platforms”, “Native v Web vs Hybrid apps”, “Multiple form factors and device capabilities”