"We are happy to see AppSheet integrate with Office 365, OneDrive, and more, giving users the ability to create data-driven mobile apps that help them solve their business challenges," said Rob Howard, director, Office 365 Ecosystem, Microsoft.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 18, 2016
AppSheet -- a platform to create and deploy powerful mobile business apps -- has announced the release of its Version 2. The updated platform empowers users with richer app management capabilities, security, and customization options. Following its launch in late 2014, AppSheet has garnered close to 70,000 users in more than 150 countries, all of whom are creating apps to solve their everyday business and productivity challenges.
“When we launched our product in 2014, we started with support for Microsoft Excel on Dropbox and Box. Now, we’ve expanded our Microsoft support technologies to include Office 365, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and SQL Server,” said Praveen Seshadri, CEO of AppSheet.
In addition to the expanded features, users can sign into AppSheet apps using their Microsoft account or Office 365 credentials.
AppSheet’s new set of functions and customization options will serve a wider audience of businesses, IT decision-makers, and individual innovators. New features like audit history and log retention help IT teams manage the usage of AppSheet apps in larger organizations. App creators also interested in branding can customize their apps with new and improved UX options.
“We are happy to see AppSheet integrate with Office 365, OneDrive, and more, giving users the ability to create data-driven mobile apps that help them solve their business challenges,” said Rob Howard, director, Office 365 Ecosystem, Microsoft.
Individuals or businesses looking to create their own apps can get started for free at https://www.appsheet.com.
AppSheet is a Seattle-based tech company that democratizes mobile app development. Anyone who can create a spreadsheet can build a mobile app-- no coding required. More than 80,000 innovators across 150 countries have created apps to solve their most pressing business challenges. Follow AppSheet on Twitter @appsheet.
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