Startup offers suite of mobile apps for employees, including productivity tools and more. Watch our Valley View elevator pitch session with Taptera CEO.
Most enterprises are all-in on mobile these days, and Taptera is creating a suite of useable (and in its words, "beautiful") applications for employees, ranging from productivity tools to conference room schedulers to tools offering customer interaction capabilities.
Taptera will ship seven such applications this year (many are already available) and has 30 on the docket for the short term.
You can hear more from Taptera in the elevator pitch session video embedded below. Taptera CEO and co-founder Chris O'Connor also showcased an app called Sophia, which brings Apple Siri-like functionality to CRM.
Taptera's elevator pitch was part of our October 24 Valley View live Web show.
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