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Verivo Software Introduces Enterprise Mobile App Development Platform
by Rubeena Hasan
Verivo, a popular enterprise mobility establishment, has recently made waves with the launch of their unique mobile app development platform called Akula. Built with the help of rigorously collected feedback from users and clients and a prolonged and careful study of the enterprise mobile app market, Akula promises to bring together cutting-edge functionality to airtight security in the field of enterprise mobile app development.
Mobile apps often have one significant negative. Either they provide a rich, memorable usage experience, or they provide tight, efficient scalability and security. In most cases, these two aspects of app development remain mutually exclusive, and so far all efforts to marry the two have been somewhat disappointing. Verivo’s Akula promises to bring about the union – providing a framework which allows for rigorously implemented security, extensive multi-platform capabilities, support for multiple back-ends and the ability to still develop apps which provide great usage experience. With a lot going for its favor, the Akula platform may be the next step in the advancement in the world of mobile app development.
Akula is essentially an enterprise-grade mobile app development platform, sporting an open design and back-end independent. It is a comprehensive toolbox for mobile app development, with dedicated tools for front-end design, back-end deployment, testing and troubleshooting and other proprietary tools. The USP of Akula is that it offers the declaration of strict security norms and policies which makes it possible to centrally control and monitor all app activities and safeguard sensitive corporate data. Lastly, Akula also allows universal operability, which means developers can use to make apps which are compatible with most devices and mobile OS platforms.
The key to Akula’s apparent success lies in the fact that they have separated the front-end and the back-end of mobile apps into to mutually exclusive distinct territories. This makes for intuitive work, because there need not be any compromise in the app use experience due to increased priority of security. This also makes for a significant decrease in downtime, at the same time bringing down development costs by a sizeable percentage.
Akula was planned and developed after a lot of research into customers’ preferences and trends. Verivo made the platform available for trial, where the response was favorable. It became generally available on June 28th. Deployment is said to cost $15000 approximately. Users can also download a free copy of the framework and use it without restriction for a time period of one month. Its architecture supports the use of a delocalized, JAVA based server to handle the back-end, thereby making it a lot easier to understand but also incredibly effective.
Akula has answered a lot of prayers as far as enterprise level mobile app development is concerned. The segmented approach to development helps eliminate a lot of unnecessary overlap, and is a conducive environment for developing meaningful and highly functional apps. What remains to be seen is how they keep updating and adapting the framework to be even more versatile and efficient.