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  • Mobilize Approvals and Reduce Cycles by 90% Mobilize Approvals and Reduce Cycles by 90% Elaine Zelby, Product Marketing Manager, Capriza Recorded: Nov 11 2014 18 mins
    Efficient processes are critical to the effectiveness of any business and are typically slowed down by tedious approval transactions. Mobilizing approvals enables your managers to capitalize on idle downtime, make faster decisions and speed up business processes by up to 90%. This webinar will highlight how to:

    - Remove and prevent approvals backlogs while leveraging your existing business applications.
    - Expedite both requests and approvals with direct data entry via mobile devices
    - Complete approvals in real time with anytime, anywhere access to information
  • Disrupting the Speed and Cost of Taking Your Business Mobile Disrupting the Speed and Cost of Taking Your Business Mobile Elaine Zelby, Product Marketing Manager, Capriza Recorded: Sep 25 2014 32 mins
    Enterprise mobility empowers and liberates your workforce by accelerating critical business processes and boosting overall productivity. Early adopters of mobile development have already experienced these benefits as well as improved operational efficiencies, however most organizations struggle with the barriers imposed by skill set requirements (mobile developers), complicated architecture, and lengthy mobile app development cycles.

    During our session, Capriza will examine the benefits and challenges associated with mobilizing your enterprise and will introduce and explore Capriza's disruptive end-to-end mobility platform delivering rapid design and deployment of cross-platform mobile apps for even the most customized enterprise applications. We will discuss a few case studies of how DirecTV, Brocade, and Robert Half International are taking their businesses mobile and will conclude the session by designing and deploying a mobile app in 10 minutes without writing a single line of code or requiring complex APIs.