"With Appery.io enterprises can rapidly innovate and easily onboard developers of all skill levels as all the tools are visual and already deployed in the cloud,” said Exadel CEO, Fima Katz.
Walnut Creek, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
Exadel, a leading enterprise mobile software development company, today announced the launch of Appery.io, the most complete mobile development platform offered as a service. Appery.io combines a cloud-based rapid development environment with integrated backend services and an extensive catalog of API plug-ins that dramatically simplify integration with cloud services and enterprise systems, enabling customers to build and run mobile apps quickly and cost effectively.
Appery.io represents a significant evolution of Tiggzi, Exadel’s original mobile app builder, which features the industry’s leading visual development environment for creating mobile apps across iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Mobile Web. The platform is currently used by more than 45,000 developers and is growing quickly.
With Appery.io, developers have a complete platform, including:
- Cloud Database for user management, file management, and application data
- Push Notification services to improve user engagement even when apps are not running
- Pre-built enterprise system integration, including Salesforce.com
- Secure integration with enterprise databases and business applications using Exadel’s RESTXpress
- Team collaboration by sharing projects in the cloud
- A community built catalog of API plugins for cloud services such as CarePass® from Aetna, ESPN, BestBuy, Twilio, AT&T, and more.
“We are working with Exadel’s Appery.io team to accelerate developer adoption of the CarePass® health and wellness application platform,” said Martha Wofford, Vice President and Head of CarePass®, Aetna. “Appery.io allows developers to focus on application innovation that enable consumers to better engage in their health, rather than on the technical aspects of API integration.”
Appery.io’s rapid development environment speeds development and lowers costs, which enables companies to innovate faster, compared to traditional enterprise approaches.
“Exadel has a broad footprint in the enterprise development space, and we recognize that mobile requires a different approach,” said Exadel CEO, Fima Katz. “With mobile, customers can’t wait for long development cycles to be completed; agility and time to market are extremely important. With Appery.io enterprises can rapidly innovate and easily onboard developers of all skill levels as all the tools are visual and already deployed in the cloud.”
Appery.io will be formally unveiled at the TechCrunch Disrupt Conference and Hackathon from April 27 to May 1 in New York City. The Hackathon brings together hackers and developers from all over the world, where they join teams to hack a product within a 24-hour time slot. Using Appery.io participants will have a significant advantage when competing for prizes because of its rapid development environment and easy integration with REST APIs. Developers participating in the Hackathon should visit http://appery.io/tc13 to learn more. To schedule a briefing with Exadel at TechCrunch Disrupt, contact onechocolate communications at 415-989-9803.
Exadel, creator of Appery.io, is a leading enterprise mobile software development company providing innovative services, solutions, and technology to its customers. Founded in 1998, Exadel is privately owned with its headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area; sales and support offices in the US and Germany; and development centers in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.
Appery.io is the most complete mobile platform offered as a service. It combines a cloud-based rapid development environment with integrated back-end services and a catalog of API plug-ins that dramatically simplify integration with cloud services and enterprise systems. Appery.io enables developers to rapidly and cost-effectively create mobile apps that help businesses of all sizes increase revenues and improve productivity.
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