10 IBM MobileFirst Apps That Bolster iOS Device User Productivity

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2 - Travel Track Keeps Business Travelers on Track
3 - Trusted Advice Helps Wealth Advisors
4 - Find & Fix Helps Field Technicians
5 - Field Service Professionals Need Fast Fix
6 - Police Get Information from Incident Aware
7 - Home RN Assists Nurses
8 - Message for Healthcare Helps Health Professionals
9 - Retailers Need Some Pick & Pack Help
10 - Pilots Get Access to Their Flight Roster
11 - Claims Adjust Comes to the Insurance Industry
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10 IBM MobileFirst Apps That Bolster iOS Device User Productivity

IBM MobileFirst Apps are designed to help business professionals stay productive while on the road, in the field or at the office. Here are a few worth trying.

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Travel Track Keeps Business Travelers on Track

Travel Track tries to take some of the annoyance out of business traveling. The app, which works with iPhone and Apple Watch, keeps users informed of their travel itineraries and delivers notifications regarding where they should go and when. It also connects colleagues, so they know where co-workers might be in their travel schedule.

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Trusted Advice Helps Wealth Advisors

Trusted Advice is designed for wealth advisors. The app, which is available on the iPad, delivers advanced analytics, graphs and other information that wealth advisors can use in their meetings with customers. It offers additional market and financial information to help advisors and their customers make better decisions.

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Find & Fix Helps Field Technicians

Find & Fix is an app designed for field technicians to maximize the number of places they go to service products. The iPhone and Apple Watch app features a list of locations that require service, as well as details on the service issue at the location. Technicians then can choose their job based on priority and proximity, and get recommendations on the tools they’ll need to get the job done.

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Field Service Professionals Need Fast Fix

To fix problems with electronics, technicians can try out Fast Fix. The iPad app provides guided diagnostics to technicians to help them discover and fix problems more efficiently. It’s also a running dashboard, featuring all of the service needs in an area, times when technicians should be at a location to fix the problem, and more.

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Police Get Information from Incident Aware

Incident Aware, an app designed for iPhone and Apple Watch, provides police officers critical information about criminal incidents happening in real time. The app tells officers the incident’s priority, offers a map to help them find their way, and includes access to live video feeds. Incident Aware includes response recommendations based on what’s happening on the ground and lets officers call for backup when necessary.

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Home RN Assists Nurses

Home RN is a handy tool for in-home nurses that runs on their iPhone and Apple Watch. The app provides access to aftercare plans and discharge instructions from the doctor, and includes a reporting feature so a patient’s records are accurate and up to date. Home RN provides in-home nurses with all the information they’d need to care for their patients.

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Message for Healthcare Helps Health Professionals

Message for Healthcare is a secure messaging platform designed for nurses, doctors and other healthcare providers. Regardless of their location, healthcare professionals can communicate with each other on patient needs via text, voice and video. According to IBM, Message for Healthcare, which works on iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, is HIPAA-compliant.

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Retailers Need Some Pick & Pack Help

Pick & Pack is a simple app that allows retailers to track how much inventory they have left and, when stock runs low, request a new shipment. The app is available on the iPhone and iPad and stores a retailer’s account information, so orders can be placed quickly and without delay.

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Pilots Get Access to Their Flight Roster

Flight Roster aims at providing pilots all of the information they would need during their flights. The iPad app includes a live in-flight roster information, as well as access to upcoming routes, airport briefings and any route certifications requirements pilots might need. With FaceTime help, pilots can have video calls with their co-pilots.

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Claims Adjust Comes to the Insurance Industry

Claims Adjust attempts to take some of the time out of documenting and completing a claim. The app, which runs on the iPad and Apple Watch, lists a person’s policy details and the ability to record statements and upload photos while at the claimant’s location. The app also provides all the claimant’s information, so claims can be completed more quickly.

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