The Opus2 Blog
December 28, 2015
Mobile this and mobile that; it appears that mobile technology is all the craze these days. It’s no surprise, considering that the majority of people are carrying around phones that are smarter and more powerful than the computers that sat atop their desks 10 years ago. With all this power, it’s integral that businesses start to harness and use these devices to boost existing processes, and implement new ones to better efficiency and grow businesses to a new level. While there are many great reasons to start using mobile devices and software in your business, below are three that rise to the top of our list.
December 14, 2015
Managing your mortgage business using just pen and paper is a thing of the past. With so much information being pushed online, it’s becoming more and more important to ensure you and your team have the tools you need to grow and stay productive. Below are five great tools, some free, some paid, that can boost your mortgage business.
December 14, 2015
It’s happening whether you like it or not. A shift in the way the construction industry operates has been coming now for many years. Medium to large scale construction companies are realizing the potential in having information move to and from devices, on and off the construction site.
November 30, 2015
Mobile data collection has become increasingly popular over the past few years. Major players in various industries, are realizing the power of the smartphones that their employees are armed with by default.
November 23, 2015
We are pleased to confirm that Opus2 Mobile Solutions will be presenting at the Stratégies PME event which will be held this week in Montreal. You are welcome join us at the show and to visit us in Booth 211!
September 28, 2013
What got us so focused on bringing value to steel toe sectors such as construction, electrical & transportation engineering? A couple of years back, I had lunch with a local general contractor in Ottawa.
We were exploring how smartphones could be used effectively on a jobsite. A few ideas came up quickly, but were faced with two big hurdles: integration, form factor, and history.