Caching Overview

Capriza supports caching of user inputs and login credentials as well as a Zapp's first page and other resources. A common practice in web applications, caching encourages Zapp usage and adoption by:

  • Speeding Up Workflows: Caching inputs and credentials enables users to more quickly complete Zapp workflows. For example, rather than typing in his username and password, a salesperson can save his credentials so that he is automatically logged into the Zapp. The text input field will then prompt him with recently opened opportunities he may wish to update. In this manner, the user is able to complete his task more quickly, increasing the utility and, ultimately, the usage of the Zapp.

  • Personalizing the User Experience: Caching also creates a more personalized experience for your end users as the Zapp proactively prompts him with the values he enters on a regular basis. Combined with the ability to access all workflows specific to the employee's group/role in one place via WorkSimple, this personalization encourages adoption among your user base.

  • Improving Performance: Caching Zapp first pages and internal Capriza resources improves Zapp performance. With reduced load times and faster response times, users have a positive Zapp experience that is more likely to lead to repeat usage.

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