Streamline MDM and Generate Revenue for your School with AppDigio

They are everywhere we look these days, mobile devices have transformed the way we consume, distribute and manage content by increasing accessibility through smart devices and mobile applications. This mobile device revolution can be seen in the enterprise, SMB and increasingly in our educational institutions. At the surface this all sounds great but at the root of it comes new challenges as they relate to managing this new eco-system.

As more and more software companies and manufacturers leap into the mobile device and application management space, IT administrators are often times overwhelmed with which solution will be the best fit for their organization. Educational institutions face an even bigger challenge as it relates to coupling both the technical aspects of MDM and MAM with the curriculum side of the equation.

Jim Crocco, President of Appdigio Inc. recently said “After countless meetings with some of our key accounts we realized that we needed to develop a solution that tackles the mobile device management issue at all levels in our schools. By getting IT, administration, instructional technology and just as important teachers and end users involved, we found that the real issue was tying the entire organization together. This meant creating functionality that addressed the technical aspects of what IT managers need with the spend and app approval processes that administrators, curriculum and end users desired.”

Appdigio doesn’t stop there however, our custom App Store and Addigio suite also allows institutions to raise money directly on their own app store by selling ad space and featured ad placements on their sites. This helps drive program dollars for additional technology or other programs they deem necessary as a built in feature right within Appdigio.

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By |2017-07-22T13:03:02+00:00July 11th, 2014|Categories: Featured Post, Mobile|Tags: , , |0 Comments
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