As a CEO I run into a lot of people who ask me about my company, and of course I have a formal pitch. I run a lean startup that builds fast and scalable, custom-tailored mobile applications for the enterprise. The responses I get tell me a lot about my audience and their overall view of the value of mobile apps being deployed in the enterprise. Most importantly, however, the responses often highlight when there’s a sea change afoot in our industry.
Big corporations crave apps for their workforce to stay efficient and hip in the mobile age. Enterprise app developer Taptera is about to close its first year selling products with a cool $1 million in revenue by capitalizing on that demand for useful and well-designed applications.
As I mentioned in my post a few weeks back, local market sales people can benefit from specific applications being a part of their iPad regimen. The traveling sales person can similarly benefit but the apps that they need to use are a bit more expansive.
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Taptera, a leading developer of fast and scalable, custom-tailored mobile business applications for the enterprise, announced that Kevin Dew has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).
Software company Taptera, developer of applications Serendipity and Collateral, and which recently introduced voice-to-CRM iOS application Sophia, says enterprises face some inherent challenges in mobility, such as picking the right mobile device management partner to selecting an authentication solution.
In no particular order, here are the 40 finalists, culled from nearly 150 entries, for my upcoming Network World
Much has been written regarding how much you can increase your sales team’s performance by putting the right, mobile tools into their hands, many of which today are predicated on cloud-enabled access to the right data at the right time. According to Gartner, the mobile enterprise app market in 2012 is a $120.4 billion dollar business, which represents a 4.5% increase over last year.
Startup offers suite of mobile apps for employees, including productivity tools and more. Watch our Valley View elevator pitch session with Taptera CEO.
ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fixmo, the mobile risk management (MRM) company, today unveiled the Secured for Fixmo SafeZone™ partner program at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2012 along with its initial community of partners who will offer defense-grade versions of their enterprise apps to run within Fixmo SafeZone.
Sales people all have their "secret weapons" - those little tips and tricks they've picked up along the way to help them excel. In a job with bigtime KPIs it's no wonder they often don't want to share their secrets, even with their bosses. What if there was a tool you could give them - that was already proven to be a productivity, selling and efficiency winner?