About five years ago Wipro, a global IT services and BPO provider, realized their employees were mainly constrained to laptop and desktop computers, and they needed to mobile enable their workforce to boost productivity.
They identified the most popular services they would need to enable, but found their first versions suffered from poor usability, slow performance and an inability to achieve a single sign on.
When looking around for a solution to address this they were referred to DronaHQ. The low code solution enabled them to fast-track the mobilization of over fifty apps, thirty existing one and twenty new ones.
The ability to containerize mobile apps made the challenge of enhancing the legacy apps quick and easy, and furthermore the back-end engine was able to address the performance issues.
Two key applications that are especially popular with the users are the time-sheet submission and the claims management process. The latter used to be manual and paper-based, now users can easily take a picture of a receipt and upload it to the workflow. These are standardized templates that can be configured to the unique needs of each enterprise.
The adoption of DronaHQ has proven so successful for Wipro’s internal app needs that their own customers have asked for the same capabilities and solutions, and the product is now a key part of the services they deliver to their clients.
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