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CAIL Mobility Releases Automated App Generation Tool Doc-2-App for Enterprise Mobility

CAIL Mobile Solutions, an innovative leader in enterprise mobility, today announced the new CAIL Mobile Doc-2-App™ tool for creating, editing and sharing documents anywhere, anytime. With the Doc-2-App™ capability, the CAIL Mobile Design Platform enables business people to create apps fast. Employees in the enterprise can now access information from many different systems (internal and external), use templates to create apps, edit their documents in a way that eliminates the complexities of dealing with various file formats and different communications protocols and systems, etc. while on-the-go. This will help the mobile enterprise expand their mobile services in a fast and cost effective manner.

The CAIL Mobile Doc-2-App™ tool enables people to easily and quickly share documents by converting Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF documents into a mobile app with just a few clicks. Once the app is live, documents can then be viewed via Android or iOS mobile devices as well as next-generation mobile-responsive Web - HTML5. The CAIL Mobile Doc-2-App™ tool can also be integrated with a user’s email account (called Email-2-App™) to enhance the document-to-app process by automatically generating apps when receiving outgoing emails that include attachments.

“The CAIL Mobile Doc-2-App™ tool provides a unique opportunity to share and manage information more effectively across multiple mobile devices and platforms,” said Shayan Mashatian, Vice President of Products for CAIL Mobile. “Replacing emails with apps, provides several benefits to share and consume data more easily. The users will receive updates and notifications conveniently and have a better user experience – especially when trying to read and edit documents on small size screens.”

In summary, the CAIL Mobile Doc-2-App feature is a part of the CAIL Mobile Design Platform that simplifies and fast tracks the process of creating mobile apps and services. Rather than going through the traditional app development process, the CAIL Mobile Design Platform provides the mobile enterprise with easy-to-use, codeless templates, pre-built forms, drag and drop capabilities, and various setup options. To learn more about the CAIL Mobile Design Platform, please visit www.CAILmobility.com.

About CAIL Mobile

CAIL Mobile Solutions, an innovative leader in enterprise mobility, enables organizations to create and deploy new mobile services and apps – fast. With the CAIL Mobile Design Platform, organizations are able to quickly and easily extend business capabilities with new services on tablets and smartphones. By designing apps and having extensive back-end system integration, CAIL makes business innovation more rewarding while reducing the time, effort, cost and risk associated with new initiatives and exploring new business opportunities. For more information visit www.cailmobility.com.

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