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IFS Doubles Down on Mobile Apps
During the IFS World Conference 2013 in Barcelona, IFS presented a number of new mobile solutions, ranging from field service management to smartphone

windows ce blog  38% iOS , and 16% Windows Mobile. While 2012 was the year of the IFS Touch Apps launch, 2013 is the year of rollout and concrete results. In the last 12 months, 25% of IFS customers have implemented at least one mobile application. A recent  IFS blog post explains the need for mobility  in modern enterprises. In addition to the IFS Touch Apps, field service technicians and maintenance engineers can benefit from the new IFS Mobile Work Order solution spanning both the new Android and Windows platforms.

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