Webalo, Inc., today announced its inclusion in the 2013 Mobile Apps Showdown. The Mobile Apps Showdown is a contest sponsored by Living in Digital Times, whose expert staff evaluates each app on the basis of its usability and potential longevity. Judges selected Webalo for its
ability to provide -- in minutes -- secure, personalized, bi-directional, and transactional mobile access to enterprise applications and data on Android, Apple, BlackBerry, or Windows smartphones and tablets.
The Top 25 contestants will be featured at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, and attendees will be able to try the apps, watch demos, provide feedback and, ultimately, vote for a winner. Webalo will demonstrate its self-service enterprise mobility platform at CES 2013 in the Mobile Apps Showdown showroom on January 10, 2013 from 12:30pm -- 2:00pm, giving attendees a real time view of how easily and quickly enterprise applications and data can be configured for direct access on a mobile device.
"We are honored to be selected as one of the top 25 contenders in the Mobile Apps Showdown," said Peter Price, CEO of Webalo. "Companies are relying more and more on mobile devices to let employees handle an increasing number of mission critical tasks -- tasks that, until recently, required a desktop or laptop. Our self-service Platform-as-a-Service technology lets companies provide truly interactive enterprise mobility in minutes for pennies an app, configure and deploy it at a fraction of the cost of traditional development approaches, and have each enterprise-to-mobile connection run on all the major mobile platforms without modification. We're looking forward to the attendees' reaction because we're sure that we'll open their eyes to what's possible now."
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