Founded in 2005, with offices in Cambridge and Poznan, Poland, the company develops highly flexible and bespoke end to end mobile software systems to meet the needs of our growing list of enterprise and public authority clients. We deliver workflow management solutions to operations in logistics, asset management, shopping centre management and town or city centre environmental enforcement to name but a few.
MobileWorks comes with pedigree in developing mobile solutions with several of our founders having been involved with developing mobile data applications from the very beginning of the 2G era – as far back as 1992. Our heritage includes many firsts, such as developing the worlds first commercial SMS applications that combined email and diary notifications into text messages for a major insurance company; combining emerging GPS with GIS technology to help infrastructure engineers in the field know where their assets were located; mobilising legacy ERP systems to allow healthcare service providers to meet contracted service levels.
MobileWorks continues this tradition of innovation as it develops systems and solutions that meet the needs of their customers.
MobileWorks is a software development company primarily involved in developing applications and solutions for mobile and remote workers. Our solutions help improve productivity, reduce costs, and meet "duty of care" obligations.
One of our key drivers in solution development is efficiency. By placing technology, traditionally only available at a fixed indoor point, and putting it into a mobile context we enable people to go about their business and report on that using mobile applications saving all of the time and cost of regularly visiting an office.
Our solutions aren't blinkered. We see everything going on around us when we build technology and find ways to add to that, build on and engender collaborations rather than acting defensively against 'competition'. We integrate with, plug into and handle just about anything making MobileWorks solutions an holistic part of the technology landscape.