Tablet applications award businesses with increased efficiency and productivity in the workplace. It's only fitting that the best tablet apps are awarded for what they offer businesses. The Tabby Awards recognizes the latest in business apps developed for iPad, Android and Windows 8 devices, and it's the only competition for this purpose, worldwide. An international panel of tablet professionals reviews business apps submitted from around the world and judge each app based on overall concept, speed, navigation, design, innovation, function, ease, performance, and end value for the user. The app that is chosen surpasses expectations in each of these categories and, for that, gains global recognition and prestige.
Dynamic Digital Advertising (DDA) developed the XperGuide iPad App for Philips Healthcare. This app is a mobile version of the XperGuide eLearning tool, which DDA developed utilizing innovative software engineering and design. Combining a rich virtual environment with the look and feel of a lab and operating room and extensive interactivity of the Philips XperGuide and XperCT systems, DDA took custom virtual medical simulation (VMS) programming to the next level and made it possible for healthcare professionals to learn complex tasks in a safe and visceral way. By creating this tool in a mobile digital training platform, medical professionals can break through the workshop walls and learn from anywhere, adding immeasurable value to the user.
Not only is this a valuable learning tool for the medical profession, but when DDA programmers added a custom administrative area for Philips to track how the tool was being used, it then became a beneficial way to measure the success of a business in helping medical professionals understand Philips Healthcare's new equipment and procedures. It's no surprise the XperGuide VMS eLearning tool was well-received by healthcare providers, and the coveted Tabby Award was not its first accolade. Philips chose to honor DDA by awarding the XperGuide eLearning tool a Best in Class for iPad Apps in 2012.