App47 Mobility Use Cases, Part II (eCommerce): ProPack

This post is part II of III in the App47 series on mobility use cases. For previous posts in the series, see: Introduction; Part I (B2C): Gannett/USA Today. If we were to ask you what came to mind when you thought about use cases for an enterprise mobility management...

App47 Mobility Use Cases, Part I (B2C): Gannett/USA Today

This post is part I of III in the App47 series on mobility use cases we introduced last week. Today, we’re covering a B2C/consumer use case with Gannett/USA Today. We know what you’re thinking: Gannet/USA Today sells newspapers and news to consumers—so what could they...

Kicking Off Our Series On Mobility Use Cases

Context is king. We’ve talked before here on our blog about how different customers of ours are using App47 to help meet their business goals. But, admittedly, many of those mentions have been in passing. Given this idea that context is king—that understanding how...

4 Trends on the Horizon for App47 in 2015

The end of the year is getting closer every day, and that means a lot of things for the team here at App47. Certainly, it means that we’re getting excited for visiting family over the holidays and maybe—if we’re lucky—taking a few days off of work. More importantly,...

Building the Perfect Enterprise App Store

According to a forecast by Gartner from last year—one that we already addressed right here on our blog—about one-fourth of all enterprises will have their own app store by 2017. Not exactly the boldest prediction we’ve ever heard, but hey, it’s something. And while we...

App47 Attending ACT Washington Fly-In 2014

On Sunday, I traveled to Washington (OK, I went into the city) to meet with my elected officials and educate them about the growing mobile economy and tech innovation. This week, I’ll be representing App47 and its role in the Enterprise Mobile App market. I’ll...

Apple Acquires TestFlight. What’s Next?

Just last Friday, word got out that Burstly, who makes the popular mobile app testing platform TestFlight, was acquired by Apple. This news came just after an announcement that Testflight would be ending its Android support on March 21st, that it was discontinuing its...