Sapho brings home the Best Emerging Technology Solution award at Enterprise Transformation Exchange Summit

This week at the Enterprise Transformation (ET) Exchange Summit in West Palm Beach, FL., Sapho was recognized by IT decision makers as the Best Emerging Technology Solution among other contenders including Aetherpal, Capriza, and PowWow Mobile. Sapho’s industry-first micro app solution and its personalized, proactive, and event-driven approach to enterprise software set the company apart from other solutions.

The conference focused on enterprise mobility and the future of work, and included great guest speakers from Citrix, Google, VMware and other leading organizations. The audience of IT decision makers discussed strategy, policy, security, and solutions to help advance overall business objectives. Our CEO and co-founder, Fouad ElNaggar, spoke on a disruptive CEO panel, which ignited lively conversations and questions about what work, IT, and enterprise software solutions will look like next year and beyond.

Sapho’s research shows that employees are craving simple, consumer-like solutions in exchange for the clunky, cumbersome enterprise software offerings they’ve used in the past. Sapho is changing the way employees work with Sapho micro apps that surface relevant and personalized data and tasks to improve employees’ workflows and enable better decision making.

This industry award came on the heels of the release of Sapho 3.0 and an integration with IBM’s new communication platform, Workspace. As part of a move to digitalize the workplace, IBM Watson Workspace facilitates natural conversations between groups of employees to improve workflows. This new integration allows Sapho to deliver actionable work data, insights, and tasks generated from customers’ existing IBM and other enterprise systems to enable better decision making and improve productivity.

It’s been a busy fall over here at Sapho and we’re really excited to be recognized by IT decision makers at ET Exchange Summit for the Best Emerging Technology Solution!

Interested in learning more about Sapho?  Watch this short video to see how Sapho simplifies work for your employees.

 

Natalie Lambert is the Vice President of Marketing at Sapho. She joins from Citrix where she held multiple product marketing leadership positions. Before that, Natalie was a principal analyst at Forrester Research where she was the leading expert on end user computing.

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