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The mobile client for Dynaway EAM is now released!

Posted by Morten Bach Møller on Tuesday, 28 August 2012 in General

We have just released our brand new HTML 5 based mobile client for Dynaway EAM. This finally closes a glaring gap in our previous offering – namely an effective interface for the service and maintenance personnel. And for our partners this effectively opens a door to a potentially huge amount of users!

Technology wise we have chosen HTML 5 as the foundation, and built a future proof fully touch enabled client that runs on a ton of different devices – iOS, Android or Windows Phone based devices and also on PC’s with a modern browser.

We have prepared some very convincing demo scenarios for our partner end-users: We can supply you with NFC tags that link directly to assets/objects in Dynaway EAM. Just place you NFC enabled phone or tablet close to the NFC tag and the phone will automatically start the mobile Dynaway EAM client and jump directly to information about the tagged object. No need for the service and maintenance employees to know about complex object hierarchies, object ids etc.

This initial release of the client will give access to work-orders, jobs, check-lists, forecasted tools and items, reporting counter values and posting hours and material. And we will be very aggressive pushing out additional functionality for the mobile client the coming months. So if you see any missing functionality just shoot! Read more about Dynaway EAM here.

The mobile Dynaway EAM Client

If you would like to see the beauty in action just send an email to info@dynaway.com or contact your favorite partner account manager.

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