Android Apps, Blackberry, iPhone and iPad OS

By: M-trilogix  09-12-2011
Keywords: Crm, business process

Trilogix builds mobile applications for the main mobile operating systems. Sales process applications, CRM, work-flow and inventory-warehouse modules; have all been created. We take our pre-built frameworks and customized them to the business process of our clients employing best business practices in the workflow analysis. The return on investment from deploying a mobile app should be 6 months or less.

1) Android Apps

Android is the operating system and application/ software platform for modern hand-held wireless devices. Android is a joint effort of Google and the Open Handset Alliance planned on Linux Operating system. Android software is used in many handhelds developed by various larger firms such as LG, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, ASUS, Motorola, Toshiba and many more.

Trilogix Android frameworks and open APIs have been built in the following areas: SFA, CRM, Inventory, Product management and Field Force automation.

We will be making these applications available as a 'Software as a Service' [SaaS].

2) Blackberry

Trilogix offers a version of Mobile SFA and CRM for the Blackberry to extend existing internal systems to the mobile workforce. Our RIMM mobile solutions will integrate with existing CRM, SFA solutions from leading vendors through an open mobile platform and set of APIs.

Modules built include: Quote, Pricing, Order taking, CRM, Account Management and Auditing.

3) iPhone and iPad OS

The mobile Apple OS is a 'Professional Consumer' or Prosumer device. Frameworks built and which are applicable with the Apple mobile OS include: sales and field audits, store management, some CRM modules and simpler tasks in a sales process. Trilogix frameworks for the iPhone or iPad can be SaaS or used natively running on the client machine.

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Keywords: business process, Crm

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