Employee Productivity Apps

Built By Users, Loved By I.T

OneBlink unites your entire organisation in App development to remove the risks of slow or failed projects.

I'm A Business User I'm A Developer

Unlike other rapid development tools, OneBlink is a complete rethink!

Our code-optional toolset makes true collaborative development a reality. As the only end-2-end environment that truly spans business users and IT - OneBlink is unique in its ability to scale ‘grass-roots’ app building into strategic enterprise solutions, thereby de-risking and accelerating custom app projects.

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“Primary barriers to mobile initiatives are resource related, including funding, staff hours and skills
gaps…”

“Surveys have found that
organizations are developing
far fewer apps than
projected demand…”

“By 2020, two-thirds of all custom employee-facing mobile apps will be created by enterprise business analysts using coding-optional tools…”

The OneBlink Business Productivity Suite is based on the key requirements that sit at the heart of every successful enterprise mobility project.

  Develop quickly.

  Offline is normal.

  Integrate & orchestrate.

  User centric.

  Easy deployment.

  Operations.

7 essential elements to optimising legacy systems for infield employee productivity

This eBook will draw on many experiences gained from working through, and solving, the problems that organisations encounter. You will learn what problems to expect and how they can be navigated far easier today than ever before.

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What Our Customers Say

  • (NSW) Department of Primary Industries – Food Authority

    “Probably the biggest gains are occurring when we carry out audits. Today, staff are able to conduct audits more efficiently, so while we’re undertaking more audits and inspections we’re also able to spend more time with our customers.”

     
  • SafeWork NSW

    “Several processes have been completely replaced. Working directly with developers is critical in delivering a quality product. OneBlink’s team are flexible and willing to please. Our team appreciated how they always suggest better ways of solving the problem and future proofing what they deliver. ”
     
  • Forestry Corporation of NSW

    “What attracted us was that they were able to offer us the full mobility solution – a smart application integrated with our existing business systems and an ongoing support network for the system, staff and end users. This provides the benefits of improved business processes without needing to have the time or technical resources in house. The team have repeatedly been able to find clever solutions to some of our complex business processes.”

The OneBlink services combine to streamline all aspects of the App development lifecycle – including eForms builders, hosted cloud infrastructure, webservice and API integration solutions, IoT connectivity, performance monitoring and analytics, plus local support services – all within AWS’ powerful enterprise grade cloud.

So that...

Business Users Can

  Design, Build, Preview & Test digital forms

  Deploy digital forms via web & native apps

  Run usage and performance analytics

  View API health and performance

  Include simple IoT scanning & tracking

...all done without IT, through a code-optional interface

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Developers Can

  Enhance existing digital forms

  Create custom hybrid Apps

  Create custom collectors for enhanced analytics

  Build & manage APIs

  Custom cloud infrastructure as code (No-Ops)

...all using developer friendly, non-proprietary CLI tools

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Australians like their sports. We like to listen to them on the radio, watch them on television and we like to see the game in person. Many of us are ardent fans who want to learn all there is to know about our teams.

Twenty-five years ago, sports supporters found much of their information in printed club newsletters and magazines. Filled with facts about upcoming events, major fixtures, player profiles, sponsorships and junior codes, such publications fed the supporters’ hunger for background information but they lacked immediacy, making them a poor source of news. To find out the team line-up for next weekend or to learn the latest about a player injury, fans had to rely on the sports section of their daily newspaper.

All this changed in the 1990s and 2000s as websites made it possible for sports organisations to communicate more directly with members and supporters. Suddenly members began to look to their clubs rather than newspapers for authoritative, up-to-date news. Websites also offered a convenient way to reach out to members and deliver services such as membership administration and merchandising.

Today the nature of the team-supporter relationship is changing yet again. Sports organisations and clubs are becoming even closer to their supporters with the introduction of mobile information services. As the HSBC Waratahs rugby team has discovered, mobility is enabling the team website to become an integral part of match travel arrangements, the pre-game conversation, and even in-game reporting.

The digital strategy
In early 2011, Kym Aust-Howlett, Waratahs Rugby General Manager Commercial, met with technology and consulting services company, EcoView Global, to discuss delivering HSBC Waratahs website content to mobile devices such as smartphones and personal digital assistants (PDAs). The move was part of a comprehensive digital strategy based on a three-year program of research into supporter behaviour and website information needs.

“We have done a lot of work in the digital space and spent a lot of time creating the right content,” said Aust-Howlett. “We turned to mobile information as a way of engaging the supporter base more by giving them better access to information such as player profiles or information about how to get to the game."

“These days people are largely time poor and we recognised that mobile services offer a way of taking the information to our supporters so that they don’t have to go looking for it.”

Simble introduced Waratahs Rugby to BlinkMobile, a mobile service delivery software platform that could draw data directly from the team’s website and re-purpose it ‘on-the-run’ for delivery to all mobile devices. It was an elegant alternative to creating and maintaining new web pages or re-writing material specifically for mobile delivery.

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Retire your paper and begin optimising your work processes today

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