xBerry Services Cross-platform software

Cross-platform software

In the fast-changing world of technological novelties, remote work and almost limitless Internet access, flexibility, and freedom of choice is a key to success. A business answer to this appears to become cross-platform software.


Cross-platform software, also known as multiplatform software, is a type of application or program that runs on different operating systems across various devices. From the user’s point of view, it enables one to use specific software on a wider variety of devices. Depending on the need, the same application would work for iPhones while working remotely and Windows computers while working from the office, providing a similar in-app experience across all of one’s devices.

From the business point of view, the most prominent benefit of multiplatform software is the ability to reuse the codebase again and again. That means no more hiring new developers to create code for various operating systems but using a single codebase for multiple platforms repeatedly.

While creating a crossed-platform software, we operate in the SaaS (Software as a Service) model. This model relies on cloud services, ensuring your organization cuts the costs of purchasing bulk licenses. SaaS uses external provider hosts applications and makes them available over the Internet.

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