Los Angeles, CA
Webalo, Inc. announced today the general availability of its SharePoint connector that makes it easy to create secure, bi-directional, transactional mobile connections to SharePoint.
According to Gartner, Microsoft SharePoint is in widespread use with a large proportion of Gartner clients having some form of SharePoint in production to manage workflows for various aspects of their business operations. Gartner also states that organizations are often challenged trying to get SharePoint to the level of adoption they expected and users say that they expect more native functionality in areas such as mobile.
"With today's launch of Webalo for SharePoint, complexity, time and cost are no longer obstacles to providing mobile access to SharePoint," said Webalo CEO, Peter Price. "Our customers can easily provide their users with mobile access to SharePoint for lookups, data entry, updates, approvals and countless other workflows that they now have to perform on desktops and laptops."
Webalo for SharePoint enables secure, rapid and easy mobile access to SharePoint functionality. With Webalo, end users can interact with SharePoint directly from their mobile devices replacing the need for the oftentimes inconvenient and more complex, laptop VPN access. Setup takes minutes and the completed apps are published directly to end user devices. Webalo for SharePoint users can:
- Read, edit and update SharePoint Lists, including their own Custom Lists
- Access Tasks to edit, update or mark complete
- Assign Jobs and manage workflows
- Read, edit and create Calendar items
- Create manage and assign Circulations
- Add, edit and manage Call Logs
Webalo is a high-productivity mobile app development platform that combines rapid access to back-end systems with the automatic generation of mobile applications for corporations to deliver more apps, more quickly, at a dramatically lower cost, while ensuring the highest degrees of enterprise security and governance. Webalo runs on all major platforms, including Android, Apple, BlackBerry and Windows smartphones, tablets, and desktop devices. For more information, visit the company's website at www.webalo.com.