NetworkNewsBreaks – JourneyApps Gains Momentum as Industrial Companies Realize Importance of a Successful Digital Strategy

JourneyApps, the app development platform that lets industrial companies run better and be digital leaders, announced today that it is gaining significant momentum in its effort to put the full power of enterprise data and workflows into the hands of field workers, even in the most challenging environments. According to the update, JourneyApps’ customer base now includes a dozen Fortune 500 companies with more than 20,000 active users. “Industrial companies increasingly realize the importance of a successful digital strategy,” JourneyApps CEO and Co-Founder Conrad Hofmeyr said in the news release. “The CEO of Schlumberger is right that the future of oil & gas is digital. Yet before JourneyApps, the industrial space lacked a rugged app platform suited to its unique needs to make that transformation a reality. With JourneyApps, industrial companies no longer have to hunt for scarce developer talent and spend millions of dollars and years of time to solve complex challenges such as making enterprise data available offline on a mobile device.“

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About JourneyApps

JourneyApps is the app development platform that lets industrial companies run better and be digital leaders. Small IT teams can use its low-code platform to quickly build and reliably run complex apps for field workers, even in the most challenging environments. Based in Denver, JourneyApps helps more than 100 customers around the world keep their competitive edge with intelligent work automation and informed decision-making for all employees. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.JourneyApps.com.

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