MobileWorkdesk Server is MobileWorkdesk’s core and brain. It provides the comprehensive business logic and a wide range of productivity enhancing enterprise features.
In addition to mere search and browse functionalities that are provided by other mobile ECM apps, the enterprise features of MobileWorkdesk allow users to
- interact with personalized content, e.g.:
- individual inboxes and tailored views
- personal favorites
- stored searches
- participate in workflows and approval processes from a mobile device
- edit and annotate documents either directly online or for a later check-in using the offline functionality.
In contrast to many existing mobile solutions, there is neither laborious navigation in MobileWorkdesk nor are there unspecific searches or one-size-fits-all approaches often resulting in frustration and finally rejection of the whole mobile solution. Thus, using MobileWorkdesk protects the investment in both solution development and devices.
When it comes to adjusting the App to specific business demands, there is no need for Objective-C know-how when using MobileWorkdesk Server. You just customize different „flavors“ of the App by configuration within the server component instead of coding within the App.
MobileWorkdesk‘s comprehensive role management provides users on their iPad or iPhone with exactly the specific flavor of the App, including eFiles and searches, that they need to fulfill their individual business tasks. Moreover, if they use MobileWorkdesk as well as WeWebU OpenWorkdesk, they profit from one unified working environment with customized applications and views whether they use their desktop computer in the office or their iPad or iPhone on the road.
The unmatched adaptability and versatility of MobileWorkdesk means that organizations do not need to provide specific apps to every user group fitting to their respective needs. They can use MobileWorkdesk as the only mobile ECM solution, which automatically adjusts to the needs of the different user groups. Hence, app development, administration and rollout efforts are considerably reduced.