News from myJob

Version 1.0

23 May 2017
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by Admin

What a great day. The first version of myjob.cloud is available in the Apple app store. It includes a extended party module with financial informations of customers and suppliers. Further, the sale module makes it possible to make quotes with just a finger tip.

Sale-Section

16 Jan 2017
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by Armend Haxhosaj

The proof of concept of the app is working. Addresses with some more financial informations and subscriptions can be checked. We now go on and build the first module that can be used by our customers to earn money - the sale section. A salesman should be able to visit a potential customer, show him products and sell him something with the pad, including a signature on an a quote. The order then can immediately be processed by the company.

Firs Alpha Version

24 Oct 2016
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by Anja Bienz

The first version of the app is running, including a connection plugin to tryton.cloud, a sync engine, an offline mode and a simple address module functionality.

Icons Studies

18 Sep 2016
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by Anja Bienz

When using simple icons, everybody can  understand a meaning easily. We discussed a lot to find out, which icons have a specific meaning and therefore can be used to simplify a complex business app. Here one of the first designs.

Design Studies

10 Jun 2016
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by Anja Bienz

We need to design a simple layout to use in a business environment. A lot of people will work with business data in our app but they might not have a deep know how of dealing with computers. The commonly used layouts in business software on computers isn't suitable.

Brainstorming

02 May 2016
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by Anja Bienz

Doing business is different than doing private stuff. We need a powerful business database with highly integrated business processes and a cool design. The app needs to be flexible to use with different databases and use all the cool technology and sensors included in modern pads.

Take Off

01 May 2016
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by Armend Haxhosaj

We want to build a powerful native business app running on a tablet. Computers are old fashioned. People are mobile. People work mobile. The future is mobile.

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