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Mobilize Your Business Data — Open as App and Office 365

Mobilizing data can be a real piece of work, especially if more than one party is involved, IT wants to be in control and you still want it all to look and feel nice and “as meant to be”. If you are already using Microsofts Office 365, Open as App can show you how to have it all.

Microsoft

Is Building Apps Expensive And Time-Consuming?

If you take a look around most modern companies, you will quickly realize that “building apps” means hiring a team of programmers and letting them build deployable applications within 2 to 6 months with a price tag between $15k and $70k+. Understanding and learning how to work with these apps takes your employees another 2 to 4 months. And changes, of course, take more time to be implemented.

List Apps Boosts Data Collection and Information Exchange

Cycling Apps

Seeing Open as App in action always feels great to us. It is amazing how our solution can assist you in your daily life and make things easier.

Cycling

5 Excuses You Will Never Hear Again if You Use Open as App

Situations can happen if you are working with Excel (or any other structured data). They are not easy to understand, get buried under other informations and are quickly outdated. If you work with Open as App, this could all be things of the past.

How to turn Excel calculations into apps

If you are interested in a simple way to turn your business spreadsheets into accessible, easy-to-use and actually portable tools, look no further! In just 5 simple steps, Open as App enables you to create your own apps based on the spreadsheets you use in your daily business life.

The Forest App by Zebulon

A really interesting usecase reached us within the last few weeks. Users told us about an app that is made for a video game called “The Forest”. We’ve reached out to the creator, Zebulon, to learn more about the game, his app, and his community:

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