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Windows Phone

Windows Phone, earlier known as Windows Mobile or WinMo for short, is one of the most trusted platforms with enterprise users. The ability to enforce an enterprise-wide mobile security policy, ease of provisioning, carrier independence, solid integration with Exchange and support for Office are some of the enterprise-friendly features of Windows Mobile.  Show More

Other advantages include support for a wide range of hardware from mobile phones to handhelds from different manufacturers, presence of a powerful development environment and debugging tool (Visual Studio), and general availability of developers who are conversant with the platform. Thus Windows Mobile applications have been widely deployed by enterprises to connect employees on the move with corporate systems. Some of the applications include collection of field data, workflow systems, and integration with ERP and CRM systems. Microsoft started targeting the consumer market with the introduction of Windows Phone 7; the phone directly competes with Apple's iPhone and Google's Android.

Windows Phone 8

Windows Phone 8 is the second generation of the Windows Phone mobile operating system. It replaced its Windows CE - based architecture with one based off the Windows NT kernel.

Windows Phone 8 supports multiple resolutions and multi-core processors, near field communication, backwards compatibility with Windows Phone 7 apps, and removable storage. It has a redesigned home screen incorporating re-sizable tiles, a new Wallet hub (to integrate NFC payments, coupon websites such as Groupon, and loyalty cards), and a first-class integration of VoIP applications built into the core functions of the OS.

Additionally, Windows Phone 8 includes features aimed at the enterprise market, such as device management, BitLocker encryption, and the ability to create a private Marketplace to distribute apps to employees. Windows Phone 8 also supports over-the-air updates.  Show Less

Apps We Built

  • App for hand-held PCs used by field engineers to enter readings from machines as part of testing and certifying machines.
  • App to capture data regarding customer premises for a mobile ISP (including photos).
  • App for physicians to see their schedule, view patient data, and enter diagnostic (ICD) and treatment (CPT) codes on their Windows Mobiles.
  • App for a discount social network, which helps consumers to view and use discounts already announced in their location.
  • App for an existing newspaper company that provides latest news and entertainment information with photos and video galleries.
  • App for cash management with features such as balance check, history of transactions, pending payment lists, and fund transfer.
  • App for listing online stores for a product, based on the barcode captured.
  • Survey application with graphical display of survey summary, location wise summary on Bing map, and many other useful features.

Apps for Windows 8

A Windows Store app is a new type of application that runs on Windows 8 devices.

So whether you are looking for developing a mobile app for your enterprise or a consumer app, we can help.  Drop us a note to start the conversation.