Still Waiting for the Killer BPM App

  • February 26, 2011
  • Scott
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We’re still waiting for the killer BPM iPhone App, but in the meantime, Austin-based Spiceworks has released an iPhone app that could be the killer IT professional app, and points toward the kind of purpose-built App that might unlock value in the BPM space:

“IT professionals spend much of the day away from their desks fixing and deploying network equipment or helping employees troubleshoot problems,” said Francis Sullivan, co-founder and CTO of Spiceworks. “That’s why facilitating mobile management of IT products and services is so important. Our new iPhone app helps by allowing users to tap into the power of Spiceworks whenever and wherever they need it.”

 

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