Helping the corporate users to do more with their iPads, MeLLmo has announced the launch of its new Roambi App for the Apple (News - Alert) iPad. With this, companies can transform business reports and data into interactive mobile dashboards, claims MeLLmo.
Roambi ES gives users the flexibility to instantly transform existing BI solution into a cutting-edge mobile reporting system. The executives can now deliver business data into the hands of their employees, customers, and partners, with simplicity, security, and ROI.
To take advantage of the iPad's larger screen size and includes several new trending and comparative analytic features, Roambi, already a popular business application for the iPhone, has been engineered smartly. With Roambi, companies can turn their business data - from Excel spreadsheets, Google (News - Alert) Docs, and premium reporting services like SAP BusinessObjects and Salesforce CRM - into secure, interactive mobile dashboards.
"The iPad has the potential to boost the productivity and decision-making of on-the-go executives through innovative applications like Roambi. Roambi allows mobile workers not only to stay connected, but to analyze and present up-to-the-minute company information whether they are on a plane, in an elevator or in a conference room," said Santiago Becerra, chairman and co-founder, MeLLmo, Inc. "Roambi's mobile dashboards are the perfect tools for executives."
With pre-set algorithms that allow them to easily identify trends in their data, iPad users can now get data comparisons across whatever period a user chooses - years, months, even minutes. They also get a fully interactive, graphical summary of data with the ability to drill down into details at the touch of a finger. Other features provided include CataList, SuperList, Roambi Lite, Roambi Pro, and Roambi ES.
Recently, Vodacom, South Africa's cellular network and total communications provider for sub-Saharan Africa, selected MeLLmo's Roambi to provide its mobile workforce with real-time access and insight into company data via their iPhones. By integrating Roambi into its operations, Vodacom executives are now able to access and interact with valuable business information, including performance network traffic, customer faults tracking, financial reports and infrastructure data directly and securely on their iPhones.
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Edited by Alice Straight