Micro app maker Sapho now supports VMware Workspace ONE

Sapho will help delver intelligent, event-driven notifications and micro apps from legacy, on-premise and SaaS systems to the employees’ digital workspace

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Micro app maker, Sapho, announced its integration and support for VMware Workspace ONE – mobile flows service. According to the company, the integration will enable enterprises to securely build and deliver intelligent, event-driven notifications, actions and related micro apps that drive productivity during micro-moments. The partnership will help delver intelligent, event-driven notifications and micro apps from legacy, on-premise and SaaS systems to the employees’ digital workspace.

These Sapho-powered mobile flows can be built by IT with single click integrations into existing enterprise systems, such as Oracle EBS, SAP ERP, and Salesforce, which can be unbundled into micro apps focused on simple, single purpose units of work. The mobile flows service and micro app workflows are triggered by events in the underlying system and delivered to employees on the channel of their choice whether that’s mobile, desktop, or in an email, intranet, or messenger.

“To increase mobile productivity and app adoption, it’s essential to enable workflows that are tailored to what the employee is trying to accomplish on their mobile device while providing connectivity into the multiple systems that need to be accessed – and this workflow needs to be simple and secure,” said Dave Grant, Vice President, Product Marketing, VMware.

“Organizations using Workspace ONE and Sapho in their digital workspace can expect to see an increase in employee productivity and effectiveness.”

How does it work?

Sapho’s portal uses intelligent event-driven notifications and micro apps to push personalized and relevant actions and data to employees who can complete their workflows from any endpoint. It enables IT to build these apps for employees using its integrations, pre-built templates, and a drag-and-drop micro app builder.

These micro apps provide employees proactive notifications about interesting system data, actions that need to be completed, and changes in business data that require attention. Sapho micro apps can be made accessible from a mobile app, pre-configured to be secured by Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch, or other channels, such as VMware Boxer secure email, or any other email, intranet, and messenger solution.

“VMware and Sapho are partnering because of our shared belief that the future of work will be defined by the ability for employees to securely work anywhere using intelligent, event-driven micro applications that reduce the complexity of today’s enterprise software; this complexity is blocking the true productivity gains we should be seeing from the trillions of dollars that have been invested in IT,” said Fouad ElNaggar, CEO and Co-Founder, Sapho.

“By integrating Sapho and Workspace ONE, customers can reinvent how employees interact with their enterprise systems using micro apps that are easy to use, have an intelligent, consumer-like user experience, and are available anywhere. We are excited to be working with a partner who shares our view of the future.”

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