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New Release: Universal Enterprise App Store for Desktop, Cloud, and Mobile Apps

Flexera Software has just released a new version of their enterprise app store, App Portal 2015 R2.  This release expands the capability of the universal enterprise app store by adding support for cloud applications and Mac computers.  App Portal now provides faster time to value, with a number of features that decrease the setup time, as well as a new dashboard that tracks service levels and the cost and labor savings associated with using the enterprise app store.

New capabilities include:

  • Provision Cloud Applications Via Self-Service

Employees request, Microsoft® Office 365, Box, and other cloud applications from the same enterprise app store where they get desktop and mobile apps.

  • Support Macs and PCs from One Universal Enterprise App Store

Improve the experience for end users and intelligently display applications available for Macs and automate software deployment via JAMF Software Casper™ Suite.

  • Show Real Business Value

The App Portal Dashboard displays up-to-date metrics that show how much automating self-service application and OS requests save organizations.

  • Maintain Control with Smart Uninstall

Automatically remove applications from devices even when the application has no uninstall program.

  • And more…

Download the App Portal datasheet to learn more about this new release.

Existing App Portal customers can download the new version of App Portal 2015 R2 now from the Flexera Software Product and License Center or contact a Flexera Software representative.

To learn more about how to select a universal enterprise app store, download the new white paper by Microsoft MVP Brien Posey “Requirements for Selecting a Universal Enterprise App Store


TimDavisTimothy Davis is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Flexera Software, and has worked in global marketing at high-tech firms such as BMC Software, VeriSign, McAfee, and Lotus. With over 25 years of experience in enterprise software, he has gained a deep understanding of the business challenges faced by IT organizations in enterprises of all sizes. Specializing in IT Service Management and Operations, Tim develops content that translates product features into real business benefits that help IT leaders learn about new and developing technologies that drive IT efficiency and improve customer satisfaction.

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