Firm extends capabilities of its mobility suite
BigHand has extended the capabilities of its mobility suite with the introduction of BigHand 4.4.
The enhanced solution, which comes as the trend towards remote and mobile working continues to flourish, offers increased functionality and greater interoperability for mobile users.
The mobility suite operates across a variety of devices and platforms – and the new enhancements have been customised accordingly to suit user needs and expectations. Specifically driven by customer feedback, BigHand for smartphones will now include full priority synchronisation on smartphones, synchronising the full range of priorities configured on a BigHand server. This will include ‘due by’ priorities, allowing a user to specify a date and time by which they require completion of the task.
Additional device-based features include:
Andy Fielder, technology director at BigHand, said: “The enhancements, many of which are in direct response to customer feedback, will significantly improve the user experience and help reduce maintenance overheads, increase productivity and further improve organisational efficiencies.
“The growing consumer appetite for mobile devices – as well as the widespread business focus on finding productivity and efficiency gains – means that technology specialists must work hard to ensure innovation evolves in line with fast-moving customer needs and expectations. After 4.4, we will shortly be releasing BigHand’s native iPad app which incorporates dictation capabilities as well as the process of document approval on the move. Digital dictation workflow software is increasingly being used to help business professionals get more done at work using their voice – minimising onerous administrative processes, and saving time and money.”