"We believe that mobility will become an integral part of process management requirements and have responded by ensuring we support the most popular mobile devices” says Pieter van Schalkwyk, Director of XMPro. Demonstrations of XMPro on Apple’s iPhone and iPad, Google’s Android, and the BlackBerry took place for users to see how the new generation digital natives can start, participate and approve processes at the touch of their fingertips.Processes can be hosted internally on the organisation's own server infrastructure or as was demonstrated, it can make use of XMCloud where XMPro hosts processes for customers in the cloud. Additionally social networking tools such as LinkedIn, Twitter and FaceBook has impacted the way users expect to interact when doing business on mobile devices. "Users want quick access to important information without too much typing and data entry. It brings a new dimension to business agility" says van Schalkwyk. "Our aim is to help our customers get better at getting work done. With XMPro’s Mobile BPM users can access tasks any time anywhere ensuring they get things done in real time and ultimately helps them service their customers better”.
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