AMPchroma, the Antenna
provides an open, flexible platform for managing secure, high-performance mobile apps tightly integrated with enterprise systems. AMPchroma is a hosted environment providing tools for developers to build mobile apps, services they can access to speed deployment, a platform for publishing apps and a dashboard for managing apps, devices, users, and data.
The view is nice from up here
The mobility space is full of point solutions for managing devices, apps, users, and data. Just do a search for MDM or MAM and see what we mean. But AMPchroma is unique in its ability to monitor the data path from enterprise backend systems all the way through to the local device database. Tracking devices and apps is necessary, but not sufficient. AMPchroma provides a central dashboard for reporting transparency across the entire mobile enterprise, delivering management control for apps, devices, users, and data.
Manage more and better
Apps are monitored and managed remotely through the AMPchroma web console, published to an enterprise app store or public app store, and accessible to users based on their role or group privileges. Apps are installed/updated/removed based on user and device registration data. Over-the-air updates are accomplished without user participation, even multiple apps in a single native container.
Point-and-click app publishing
Web, hybrid, and native apps are published through AMPchroma’s simple drag-and-drop web interface accessed by users through a private enterprise app store, public app store, or direct distribution.
Mobile apps have a lifecycle all their own
Mobile apps have a lifecycle that starts long before the first download and stretches long past. AMPchroma provides a platform to manage the entire app lifecycle from development to testing to production and ongoing maintenance. By hosting apps at all life stages on a common platform, developers and administrators avoid surprises, minimize deployment tasks, and avoid ongoing maintenance overhead. Why manage multiple systems when one platform does it all?