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Openbravo Mobile Web / Multi-Touch Preview (Web POS example)

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Published on Apr 14, 2012

See for yourself the kind of state-of-the art mobile user experiences coming out of Openbravo's global open source labs. Our user-centric experiences are not only productive and leverage the latest multi-touch mobile hardware options, they are also a joy to execute.

Your Barcelona-based hosts are Openbravo User Experience Guru Rob Goris and Retail specialist Elena M, who will use a prototype to demonstrate some of the use cases we are developing. The focus of this particular prototype is our Web POS (Point of Sale) client, which is one very exciting new addition to the Openbravo for Retail solution.

This video will give you a feel for the kind of integrated, mobile web experiences you can expect from Openbravo. Specifically note these points about our mobile web vision:

- this user experience is representative of the forthcoming Web POS functionality, and
- it clearly demonstrates the kind of mobile web UIs that will be generated using Openbravo's device-neutral, model-driven technology, and
- it shows the power of a centralized, real time database that serves both retail back office and store-level needs--easily accessed by great web UIs from a choice of traditional PCs / POS terminals or mobile devices

Note that this is a prototype / concept video, and hence does not precisely represent the initial Web POS product version.

As a development philosophy, we "start with the end in mind" from the (Market + UX) vision perspective, and then use our agile development methodology to deliver incrementally, incorporating global feedback at every stage.

So please enjoy, and respond to this video with your feedback!

http://www.openbravo.com/retailers/pr...

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