Mobile Application Development
Delivering native iOS And Android applications in one project
Delivering on time when time is the only resource that is lacking!
ABNOX, a company for integrated processes in the area of metering, lubrication, and high-pressure technology, wanted to offer its customers immediate and convenient access to all public company information right from their mobile devices.
In addition to this, a server back-end with a database had to be developed to enable the functionality that allows the content to be stored and editable through this back-end system.
iOS and Android
Due to an enormous backlog of projects, their client demands a simultaneous development of the applications with the following goals to be achieved:
- Rapid time to market
- Low development cost
- Single Code base
Outsourcing the development to Axeltra seemed to be an excellent opportunity for them in times of scarcity of competent developers and the urge to bring the product quickly to the market. They needed a solution that will offer rapid time to market, low development costs and a single code base for all platforms.
Our client decided to go with developing a hybrid app using Appcelerator Titanium that runs on iOS and Android and back-end system developed in PHP.
4 PHP Developers
1 Appcelerator Titanium Developer
2 QA testers
Enhanced customer experience by providing on-the-go access to company information
Positive ROI due to the reasonable cost with the single code base
ABNOX Hybrid App’s features
Displays information for the company’s products, services, distribution partners, news, organization structure, everything that was available as web-based, now was offered in a portable way with consistency and compatibility with the back-end system.
Provides media-rich information with streaming video, image gallery, PDF-file visibility and download ability and maps for office locations, supported by Google Maps API.
Easy customer navigating and browsing experience through the information from different devices
Available in English and German language