We are actually the world’s first mobile systems management vendor to provide fault, configuration, accounting, performance, and security for the mobile enterprise.
RESTON, VA (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
App47 CEO Chris Schroeder explained during a recent podcast recording that while his company, App47, launched as an innovative supplier of mobile app management (MAM), it has now evolved to become the leading provider of full enterprise mobility systems management. This more elaborate definition is, according to Schroeder, the result not only of his company’s ongoing innovation, but also the increasingly sophisticated demands of today’s enterprise mobility consumers.
“App47 is the only vendor providing a MAM solution offering all the benefits of FCAPS in a single, cloud-based portal. We’re providing the means for app managers to take complete control of their mobile footprint,” Schroeder explained. “In the first quarter of 2013 we reached a tipping point, where we went from being a company driven exclusively by our desire to innovate in the enterprise mobility marketplace to one where we were receiving -- and applying -- very valuable user feedback into fresh iterations of our mobile application management solution.”
Schroeder credits App47’s customers, whom he describes as being “eager to embrace the advantages of enterprise mobility.” Current App47 clients include industry heavyweights in the print and electronic media, beverage, automotive, pharmaceutical, armed forces, government agency, and professional sports verticals. Marquee clients include USA TODAY, Cars.com, and USDA.
As explained by Schroeder, interaction with clients determined to realize genuine return on their investments in enterprise mobility pushed App47 to expand its field of vision, cultivating its solution so that it would ultimately manage the entire enterprise mobility lifecycle.
App47 CTO Andy Glover added further thoughts on App47’s impact that have been consistent regardless of the industry. “IT operations has long relied on systems management vendors to provide them end-to-end visibility and management capabilities for applications, networks, hardware,” he explained. “We are actually the world’s first mobile systems management vendor to provide fault, configuration, accounting, performance, and security for the mobile enterprise.”
The bottom line, according to Glover, is that businesses of every size around the world are embracing the power of mobility. IT operations, application support, development, quality assurance and line-of-business buyers are demanding a solution that delivers MAM from development through deployment, along with ongoing management of both their internally developed mobile and the public apps they want employees to securely use.