Mobile Entree 5.0 Brings Enterprise Mobility to Microsoft SharePoint 2013

H3 Solutions, a leader in SharePoint mobility, today announced the release of Mobile Entrée 5.0, a mobile web app that makes access to the Microsoft collaboration platform more efficient and intuitive for users on the go. The fifth major release of Mobile Entrée is specifically built for running on the SharePoint 2013 on-premise environment. Additional updates include a simplified interface of workflow tasks and easier navigation of the 2013 My Sites feature. “Mobile Entrée 5.0 enables companies to offer a premium mobile experience to their employees, customers and partners without having to install an app on every device,” said Joe Herres, product executive vice president, H3 Solutions. “It also allows companies to leverage their investment in SharePoint 2013 by providing a rich API that enables users to build their own SharePoint mobility applications.” Read the full press release here.



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