We came up with RESTXpress based on a simple idea: Don’t reinvent the wheel.
Although there isn’t quite as much buzz about it anymore, the growing API economy is real. Businesses need to be able to securely expose more of their existing data and operations as REST services; however, resources and time to do so are always scarce.
And, you already have the functionality. You don’t want to rebuild it from scratch as a REST service.
Exadel’s Fima Katz, Francisco Kattan, and Max Katz participated in MobileCON this year. Appery.io was a finalist for the Application Development & Platforms MobITS award, Francisco Kattan presented on “Is Your IT Department a Bottleneck for Mobile Innovation?”, Max Katz demoed Appery.io, and we made two announcements. Read more »
It is clear that the cloud is disrupting the way most software is deployed and consumed. Benefits such as elasticity, agility, and operational cost savings make it very compelling for companies to go with the cloud model, and the simplicity of the browser…
Sometimes it’s good to stop for a second and take stock. At Exadel we did this recently and announced the results in this press release. The highlights are that the revenue for the first half of 2013 is 22% over the revenue for the first half of 2012 and that we’ve rolled out 4 products in the mobile and security areas:
We can’t wait to see how the second half of 2013 stacks up!
In this upcoming webinar, Dave Carroll (Director of Developer Evangelism, Salesforce.com) and Max Katz (Head of Appery.io Developer Relations, Exadel) will explain how the Appery.io Mobile Pack enables you to rapidly create mobile apps integrated with the Salesforce Platform and will show you how you can build your own apps to take advantage of the mobile pack.
Using the Appery.io Mobile Pack and Salesforce.com
Tuesday, September 10, 11:00AM Pacific Time
We were delighted to be mentioned prominently in this article about shifts in the control of enterprise mobile development:
As discussed in the article, Salesforce is using Exadel’s Appery.io as part of a drive for promoting mobile development outside of IT in the line-of-business (LOB) units themselves. We’re quite proud to be part of this strategy; however, we look at this — not so much as an “overthrow” of a particular department — but simply as enabling more options inside enterprises for mobile development. In choosing among these options, different enterprises will require different mixes of IT vs. LOB ownership and of outsourced vs. in-house work based on company resources, organizational culture, business objectives, etc.
Because of our breadth of experience in mobile development, in particular, and enterprise development, in general, we can provide a full spectrum of services starting at the highest level with mobile strategy development. Depending on the mobile strategy for your company, we can do anything from Appery.io training for LOB units to large projects under the direction of IT. (Or, you can just use Appery.io for mobile development within an LOB unit.)
We won! Mobile Merit Awards recognizes excellence achieved in the global mobile industry each year. This year Exadel was recognized as the winner in the Mobile Services/Enterprise Product or Service category for our Appery.io mobile app platform.
For a while, we’ve noted the growing gap as the demand for mobile innovation in the enterprise outstrips the capabilities and capacity of IT organizations. Our Appery.io mobile app platform is just one example of how we are closing this gap. We also offer services to help organizations use Appery.io and, of course, a full gamut of enterprise software development services in addition to Appery.io-specific services.
Congratulation to our hard-working global product development team!
As a result of conversations with our customers, we can tell that the biggest issues in enterprise mobility are:
- Back-end integration
- Security of mobile apps Read more »