Mobile Computing

A guide to developing modern mobile applications

June 3, 2022

A guide to developing modern mobile applications
A key ingredient of eBusiness is the ability to offer customers the very best user experience, irrespective of whether they use a web browser, a mobile browser or a mobile app. In this guide, we explore the challenges organisations face in managing the numerous ways customers can transact with businesses

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Lucid Software

Lucid is a visual collaboration suite that helps teams see and build the future. Virtual whiteboarding, intelligent diagramming, and cloud visualization empower organizations to take plans from initial ideas to successful delivery. Together, they are utilized in over 180 countries by millions of users. Ninety-six percent of the Fortune 500 use Lucidchart, and customers include Google, GE, NBC Universal, and T-Mobile. Lucid’s partners include industry leaders such as Google, Atlassian, Amazon Web Services, Salesforce, and Microsoft. Since the Utah-based company’s founding in 2010, it has received numerous awards for its business and workplace culture. Since day one, the Lucid team has been scrappy, innovative, and wildly successful. The company holds true to its core values, including teamwork over ego, innovation in everything we do, individual empowerment, initiative, ownership, and passion and excellence in every area.

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