Sapho joins the AppConfig Community to simplify adoption of micro apps for mobile employees

Today, Sapho is excited to announce it joined the AppConfig Community, and has delivered support for AppConfig in its latest release of Sapho. Now Sapho customers can easily and securely deploy micro apps that simplify business workflows across any enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution – an addition to the currently supported channels micro apps are delivered to today. Joining the AppConfig Community will continue to help Sapho provide best-in-class workplace tools to address the needs of its customers.

Our CEO Fouad ElNaggar says that employees are unhappy with their bloated apps, complex workflows, and hard-to-access data, while at the same time IT is unhappy because they want to deliver better experiences but are constrained by their legacy systems. Sapho helps solve this conundrum for both IT and employees by providing a secure, Facebook-like feed of actionable work-related data, insights, and tasks generated from an organization’s existing enterprise systems. 

By joining the AppConfig Community, we are making our solution even easier for IT to deploy, which allows their employees to complete their work while they're on the go. Making employees happy and productive means letting them do their work through whatever channel they prefer, whether that is a desktop browser, email, mobile device, or messenger app.

The AppConfig Community membership comes on the heels of other exciting milestones for us at Sapho. We were recently awarded the Best Emerging Technology Solution – as voted on by end user organizations – at two Enterprise Transformation (ET) Exchange Summit events in West Palm Beach, Fla. and Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, and recently added support for Oracle Sales Cloud, Zendesk, Google Analytics, Box, and IBM Watson Workspace in the latest 3.2 release of the Micro App Platform.

Stay tuned for more exciting news coming up from Sapho!

About AppConfig Community

The AppConfig Community’s mission is to provide education and best practices to configure and secure mobile apps by leveraging native OS functionality in iOS, Android, and Windows. Using AppConfig Community best practices, application providers can consistently and securely develop enterprise-ready mobile apps. For more information, please visit

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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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