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Are your legacy applications stopping you going fully mobile?

Organisations with legacy software in use often struggle to make vital digital transformations. They’d love to make their critical systems mobile, but their legacy applications won’t budge.

Those software applications were never designed for the world of go-anywhere mobile use. But you can’t ditch them because they’re critical to your operation.

So what do you do? Do you cave in to those who want you to spend vast amounts of time, effort and money to rebuild tried-and-tested systems for the digital age? That approach would be a huge drain on resources, with no guarantee of success.

Go mobile without rewriting a single line of code

We have a better idea. Faster, cheaper, and virtually effortless.

2Go Universal Mobile Access software is a near-instant way to go mobile that’s already been adopted by organisations as a way to resolve this problem. 2Go lets your colleagues work on your critical systems anywhere. It lets them use your legacy software and the latest cloud-enabled apps directly on their mobile devices without the need for a single line of code.

Quick to implement, rapid to deploy, secure to use and highly cost-effective, 2Go would save you substantial amounts of time, effort and cash. It gets your organisation mobile within days, possibly hours.

To find out more, see our most recent blog article on going mobile with legacy software

Or give me a call on 07789 003456. I’d love to explain how 2Go works and perhaps give you a simple demonstration of its speed and power.

David Monks

Responsible for the day-to-day operations at iNovar. David's current focus is to scale 2Go through partnerships with System Integrators and Consultants.

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