Mountain View, California (PRWEB) January 11, 2012
Xora, Inc., a global leader in mobile enterprise applications that turn any mobile device into a productivity tool, today announced that President and CEO Anne Bonaparte will appear on a panel at the inaugural APPNATION Enterprise Summit. She will discuss how new mobile devices enable innovative new mobile enterprise apps that solve increasingly business critical problems. The event will take place January 12, 2012 at the Bently Reserve & Conference Center, San Francisco.
Bonaparte will present and answer questions from 11:20-11:55 a.m. in a session called “So Many Platforms, So Little Time Part II: Enterprise Tablets and Emerging Devices.” Maribel Lopez, Founder and President, Lopez Research LLC, will chair the session. Other scheduled panelists are Eric Bouck, Director, Samsung and Navin Chaddha, Managing Director, Mayfield Fund.
“From the boardroom to the frontlines in the field, tablets and other mobile devices are taking their rightful place alongside PCs in businesses of all sizes in all industries,” said Bonaparte. “Nowhere are they having a larger effect, though, than in enterprises that depend on mobile employees. In these businesses, smartphones and tablets are already automating manual business processes and eliminating paperwork, bringing new efficiencies and empowering mobile employees to meet productivity and customer service goals.”
Bonaparte will draw from Xora’s extensive customer base to provide examples of how forward-thinking companies are tapping into advanced mobile apps that take advantage of new mobile devices to proactively plan and grow their businesses.
A global leader in mobile enterprise applications, only Xora lets organizations turn any mobile device into a productivity tool for their employees in the field that is powerful yet simple to use, can be up and running in minutes and is easy to buy. With Xora, more than 16,000 organizations across three continents save money every day. For more information, visit us at http://www.xora.com.