Thursday, March 13, 2014

Welcome to Enterprise WebApps

Welcome to our new Enterprise WebApps (web applications) blog that will discuss how secure, scalable, modern business web applications are developed.

Previously, large teams of programmers were needed to develop business applications.  Some very large and sophisticated applications still are produced this way.  But the vast majority of business applications built today are no longer monolithic systems.  Such older systems took too long to develop, tended to be hard to use, cost more than was budgeted, and of course were expensive to operate and maintain over the years.

Also, with the advent of web-based computing, businesses started to reduce the need for such big, centralized systems that are cost prohibitive for many and rarely show a good ROI.  Theses companies understood that employees, partners and customers are often located throughout the world, and being "in corporate headquarters" was becoming a thing of the past.

Many companies now look to acquire point technologies that solve specific needs rather than the all-encompassing super software of yesteryear.  And many of those want web-based solutions, often provided as a service (SaaS), allowing them a lower cost of entry, but also relieving them of the details of software development, maintenance and operations that were overloading internal IT.

Companies like showed the power of a vertical solution for dealing with CRM.

Yozons Open eSignForms is an enterprise webapp that's both a business transaction execution engine, as well as an application development tool that requires basic HTML expertise, and serves a horizontal market across most industries. Yozons develops point solutions on top for resale, and we also build turnkey solutions for some of our customers, while others build their own systems -- all without traditional software programming expertise needed.

Unlike software of old, though, users of Open eSignForms build their own point solutions that come with enterprise-grade capabilities like scalability, segmentation of users into groups, branding libraries to handle multiple companies/divisions, data encryption, digital signatures for XML and PDFs, HTML documents that render correctly on all devices (PCs, tablets, phones) and don't require special hardware or software to view, electronic signatures for authorization and agreement, and basic workflow to ensure processes run smoothly and no work is lost or misplaced.

We will present the myriad enterprise webapps our customers have built for themselves, as well as those Yozons has built as separate products.  As the underlying customer-branded technology for many large and small companies, Yozons is often the most used, but never heard of, technology company out there.  Our customers are essentially getting a custom solution to meet their needs quickly at the same price as pre-built enterprise software that never quite fits right (and the cost of modifying them is usually prohibitive) and often takes years to implement. 

Nimble businesses simply cannot move that slowly, and there's really no reason to do so.


  1. Such open form are quiet useful in terms of not setting a specific standard for overall user experience, but on the other hand segmentation of users into groups must effecient enough.
    electronic signatures

    1. Not sure what that means exactly. HTML is a well-established specific standard, we just don't require yet another format. And it's not clear if you are pro/con putting users into groups.

  2. There are many web apps which is used for online web apps. I really like the advancement of web application development which is helpful in different business activities.