Solstice Mobile Releases AppLauncher
May 15, 2013
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Solstice Mobile released its mobile application lifecycle management (ALM) platform, AppLauncher.

With AppLauncher, enterprises can gain real-time insight and control over all mobile initiatives, while creating cost and process efficiencies through a centralized DevOps, continuous integration approach.

With AppLauncher, Solstice Mobile has created the ability to centralize enterprise mobile development by serving the key roles and priorities throughout an organization.

The solution is designed to integrate with any development platform currently in use by an organization, in the cloud or behind the firewall, leveraging existing investments to provide value throughout the entire lifecycle.

With AppLauncher, enterprises will receive:

· Continuously integrated and on-demand builds for testing of iOS, Android and HTML 5 apps

· Increased velocity by collaborating on feedback and corrections in real-time

· Standardized and automated testing and deployment

· Constant code quality analysis leveraging a customizable mobile-specific rule-set

· Actionable insights and analytics designed for the needs of each stakeholder – from developer to executive

“Our 12 years of developing enterprise applications has shown us that mobile application development is very different,” said J. Schwan, CEO and founder of Solstice Mobile. “In general, no two apps go through the same development process, so you can imagine the hurdles in enabling executive purview into the development process, establishing more predictive timelines and budgets, and ensuring consistently high levels of quality. These hurdles only get amplified in providing support for the applications and when it comes time to update the apps. We built AppLauncher to expedite and perfect the mobile app development process for our enterprise clients. Using AppLauncher, we have enhanced the transparency, control and velocity for the mobile application lifecycle, creating a flexible platform that allows for the unique needs and integration points of each enterprise.”

By practicing continuous integration, AppLauncher aggregates information from each part of the application lifecycle and provides a dashboard highlighting the various metrics associated with each project. The insight provided allows members within the organization to pinpoint the status of the app, honing in on specific code infractions and specifying the time and money needed to trouble-shoot any issues that arise. As organizations within different industries face certain rules and regulations they must comply with, AppLauncher allows for rule-set customization where projects can be tailored to look for specific concerns that meet the needs of their business.

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