Be mobile-first, but on a reliable or better your own platforms!


Don’t drive your business to deliver exceptional customer experiences before fixing privacy and security issues. Your customers, your business, your market are mobile-first on vulnerable networks. Thankfully 80% of all workflows today are still at least partially paper-based. This is expensive, time-consuming and but necessary. Don’t get trapped in left behind hypes! Responsible companies leverage digital and  mobile-first workflows to eliminate clunky, manual steps, removing inefficiencies, increasing revenue growth and improving customer experiences.

What modern enterprise mobility looks like today, how it is transforming the way we work, and where is it heading. The ROI of mobile: how being where your customers are, when they want to engage – delivers bottom-line results. Reliable business-ready mobile applications that make it easy for both internal stakeholders and external customers to do business with you. Real-life examples of transformative results from some of your peers who have leveraged mobile to boost productivity, collaboration and experiences. Involved or interested in improving digital and mobile workflows, workforce productivity, employee lifecycle management, sales acceleration, procurement efficiency, and legal automation.

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  1. Apps on your smart phone with NSA-type backdoor connecting ministers & their social engineers dashboard.. to engage with strategically influenced citizens – making idealogical profiling, privacy trade and religious uniformity smarter.. plus upcoming mobile payment gateway providers (like Paytm, GPay, APay, RazorPay, etc..) with Chinese Capital and Western Socialists 😆😆 pouring billions in these strategic financial and economic warfare tools of future. Remember that desi merchants will always be kept on edge, as Govt promoted capitalistic competition is merely a zero sum game working against interests of small businesses, workers and common consumers.

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