MobileWorxs was created in response to the market looking for a way to significantly streamline the process of developing, deploying and administering mobile enterprise applications
Mobile computing industry guru Andrew Cahill has started up a new company called MobileWorxs. Uniquely focusing on the provision of rapid application development software and vehicle worker and asset monitoring, MobileWorxs has been appointed as European partner for a number of US software solution vendors. Exploiting Cahill's experience working for leading mobile computing hardware manufacturer, Intermec, MobileWorxs provides solutions to help companies improve the effectiveness and responsiveness of their field based workers.
It does this with the provision of highly configurable mobile data applications, GPS hardware and its unique QuickStart change management and support process.
Its solutions give customers the ability to monitor and record business transactions in batch or real time from the point of activity in the field, right through to the host IT system.
Commenting on the new business, Cahill said 'We have launched MobileWorxs in response to the market looking for a way to significantly streamline the process of developing, deploying and administering mobile enterprise applications, whilst at the same time using GPS and navigation technologies to address the in-field productivity of mobile workers.
Mobility in the enterprise has proven ROI which we aim to exploit by helping companies to get systems designed and into evaluation in days rather than months and to give them a method of addressing multiple applications with the same mobility platform without the need to write custom code.
Cahill's expertise is further enhanced with the recruitment of Liz Wildin, also ex-Intermec, who brings a wealth of professional services skills to her role as business development and account manager for MobileWorxs.