|By Marketwired .||
|May 7, 2014 08:00 AM EDT||
ALPHARETTA, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/07/14 -- Catavolt, Inc., today announced the publication of a case study outlining UCB, Inc.'s success rapidly implementing Catavolt to solve a complex and challenging mobile workflow issue. The case study, entitled "UCB Improves Collaboration and Information Sharing through Improved Mobile Technologies," is available for download at this link: http://ml.catavolt.com/case-study-ucb-d-o/
UCB is a global manufacturer of medicines for people with severe diseases of the immune and central nervous systems. UCB uses Catavolt to connect its U.S. mobile field force through the cloud with multiple back end systems, and create workflow applications to improve collaboration. This new workflow application, created in days, enables the field force to communicate and transfer information to the right office-based group.
"Our goal was to equip our organization with the right information, at the right time, allowing flexibility to support a rapidly changing environment," said Miguel Louzan, Vice President of IT for UCB North America.
"Generating tangible business value is what Catavolt is all about," said Catavolt Chief Executive Officer George Mashini. "The best way to truly derive value from enterprise mobility is by solving real world challenges like improving customer service in complex regulatory environments. Catavolt aims to deliver tangible value quicker than any other enterprise mobility platform in existence today."
About Catavolt, Inc.
Catavolt's enterprise application mobility platform helps companies out-mobilize their competition. We help companies create apps quickly, that are fast and personalized for users, secure and manageable for IT, and create meaningful outcomes for the business in 60 days or less at a fraction of the cost of traditional development approaches. For more information, please visit www.catavolt.com.
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