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Darwinbox Launches the Lightest HRMS App

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Darwinbox Launches the Lightest HRMS App

CEO Insights team, Press Release

Darwinbox, a cloud-based Human Capital Management platform, inaugurates its new lighter Android mobile app, which is as low as 7MB, making it the lightest app in the sector globally.

Darwinbox is a new-age HR platform that acts as a one-stop-shop to streamline the recruitment and on-boarding process and has an evolutionary talent management system catering to every performance philosophy. Its solutions combine workflows with intelligent insights and smart interfaces. The Darwinbox team, founded and led by Rohit Chennamaneni, Chaitanya Peddi, and Jayant Paleti, is on a mission to transform the interaction between workforce and technology, through enterprise products that are as simple and effective to use as daily consumer apps.

Today, the mobile apps deliver the best experiences on
everybody’s fingertips, however, as per the research reports 50.6 percent mobile users uninstall several apps due to lack of space on their device's memory. And, as the apps take approximately 70 percent of the device space, it becomes quite a challenging task for the app developers to be more efficient. This lacking was what inspired Darwinbox to propel a lighter app with dynamic delivery to generate and serve personalised features according to each user's profile configurations.

This lacking was what inspired Darwinbox to propel a lighter app with dynamic delivery to generate and serve personalised features according to each user's profile configurations


The features are specifically focused on addressing the unique needs of its 650,000+ users, and to assist client organizations ramp up adoption for all employees, ranging from the ground-level workforce to executives. The lighter version of app launched, is only 7MB size and a part of their Android version 3.1.0 update, using MVVM (Model-view-view model) software. Thus making it ideal even for the users in areas where data usage, bandwidth and storage space could be a concern.
Source : Press Release

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