Fliplet Secures Seed Funding For Its ‘Fast’ Enterprise Apps Developing Platform
You’re a enterprise that wishes to create a mobile app, nevertheless faster than it’d take a designer to assemble one factor bespoke. UK-based startup Fliplet says it has give you a straightforward means to try this which is particularly utilized by firms to provide inside enterprise apps, comparable to to assist product sales, reporting, teaching, promoting, stuff like that. Current shoppers embrace Marriott, Mars, Xerox and Sky, and the company counts Samsung, Citrix and AT&T amongst its companions.
It’s now secured over £500,000 in seed funding from Angels to help it improve product sales and promoting efforts inside the UK, as enterprise spending on mobile apps takes off. The lead investor is Ben Wynne-Simmons, beforehand of 3i and Barclays Private Equity, who’s joined by a set of various unnamed consumers.
Ian Broom, CEO and Co-Founding father of Fliplet, says: “Enterprise apps are at current the place firm websites have been inside the Nineteen Nineties; seen as a pleasing-to-have, nevertheless not essential. Nevertheless with smartphone use exploding corporations need to focus.”
Fliplet competes with enterprise app enchancment devices devices resembling these provided by Appcelerator, Kony, Adobe, Magpus and Pagesuite, nevertheless, says Broom, “they’re largely targeted at app builders, have prolonged assemble events and are typically pricey.” He says Mobile Roadie and TheAppBuilder – “are sometimes restricted in relation to design flexibility and backend integration, and fewer give consideration to security integration for enterprises and app retailer deployment.” And mobile enabled web sites wont work offline, whereas in-residence or exterior teams is perhaps pricey and sluggish.
Fliplet joins many startups aiming to reap the advantages of mobile, offered that the enterprise and productiveness app market is predicted to develop to $fifty eight billion by 2016. Fliplet goes after the shortly growing enterprise app market that had over 5 billion downloads in 2014.