Call Us @ 888-316-0357

Mobile Solutions Blog


The Enterprise Holy Grail of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch

On Tuesday, Apple used its traditional September media event to announce several new products including the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the … [Read more...]


Top Mobile Tools for Project Management

Big organizations need big teams. Big teams need more members. More members mean more queries and more disorganization. More disorganization can … [Read more...]


How to Find Out If An Organization Is The Right Fit

It’s all about the right fit Job seekers frequently spend so much of their time and effort on being the ‘perfect candidate’ that they miss out … [Read more...]


What to Expect with the iPhone 6

It's that time of year again: time for a new iPhone. Rumors of leaked parts ranging from displays, cover glass, and outer casings serve as proof that … [Read more...]


Why You Should Get Rid of Paper Forms and Use an iPad

Are you sick and tired of filling out paper forms? Do you have to stop everything you’re doing just to fill out something before you can continue … [Read more...]


ChaiOne Employee Spotlight: Lali Lobzhanidze

Lali Lobzhanidze Senior Interaction Designer at ChaiOne This month’s ChaiOne Employee Spotlight is on Lali Lobzhanidze, a Senior Interaction … [Read more...]


Mobile Apps for Enterprise Financial Management

The number of mobile device users has grown steadily in the last few years, and the growth rate has only been increasing so far. While the devices are … [Read more...]


Using Mobile in Sales Automation

Do you hate having to wait for a contract to be approved and signed? The process can be long and frustrating and can take an even longer time if … [Read more...]


Mobile ERP – All You Need to Know

Real-time communication is essential today for an organization to succeed. Whether managing team members or facilitating communication between … [Read more...]


Things To Consider When Designing A Localized App

Did you know that the innocent thumbs up gesture in the United States is actually interpreted in a very different way in Thailand? A local from … [Read more...]