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The editorial board of the American technology magazine “CIOReview” has selected Terria Mobile as one of the “20 Most Promising ALM Solution Providers of 2017.”
Last night Terria Mobile and GEBERIT won a Bronze Award at the “Best of Swiss Apps”-awards in the category “Enterprise” for the global mobile sales solution “GEBERIT Sales 3.0”.
Current advances in digitalization allow companies to produce a variety of mobile strategies and apps. The key to success here is the user experience.
Terria Mobile, the Basel-based start-up, wants to help large companies coordinate their app portfolios. The company’s growing list of customers now even includes the Mexican Parliament.
Mobile access to email and documents is just the tip of the iceberg in modern enterprise mobility.
Today’s advertisers cannot afford to ignore smartphones and tablets. Mobile specialist Robin Wirz knows why.
Last night in Amsterdam, the editorial team of the renowned technology magazine Red Herring has selected Terria Mobile as a winner of the Red Herring Top 100 Europe Awards 2015.
Mobile devices are changing corporate communications and interactions. Users expect their needs to be met the moment they arise.
First the internet gave us the home office. Now the cloud is catapulting us into a brand-new dimension of mobility.
User experience is the key to app success. Mobile users are very demanding and a great design alone is not enough.
The Swiss business magazine “Bilan” has voted the Basel-based app specialist “Terria Mobile” as one of the 50 most promising Swiss start-ups.
Terria Mobile has been selected as one of the 6 winners of the Swisscom StartUp Challenge.
With the Mexican Congress, Swiss app specialist Terria Mobile wins another international client for LaunchBase™.
The app developers at Terria Mobile traveled with the national team to the US. Now they want to conquer that market.
Mobile is surging in popularity. Driven by this trend, many companies will then disappear in the own-brand app jungle. Terria Mobile wants to bring order to the wilderness.
Terria Mobile has been selected to be one of the 20 members of Venture Leaders, the Swiss National Startup Team 2013 by venturelab, the Swiss national startup program.
Robin Wirz advises companies on the development of smartphone and tablet apps.
Due to their strategic importance, mobile apps are increasing in number and becoming both more complex and more powerful.
Business apps: the more sophisticated they get and the deeper they are integrated into existing systems, the more difficult it is to manage them.
Terria Mobile has been selected among the 5 Finalists for the 2012 Swiss ICT Awards in the category “Newcomer”.
The development and administration of mobile applications confront companies with new challenges that require more than traditional application lifecycle management.
Terria Mobile has been selected as a Finalist for the Red Herring Top 100 Europe Awards, a prestigious list honoring the year’s most promising technology companies in Europe.
The efficient management of mobile applications poses new challenges for companies. These are often underestimated. In addition to careful planning, technical solutions are increasingly required to prevent costs from exploding.
Version 2.0 of the app management software LaunchBase, launched today by the Basel-based app specialists Terria Mobile, allows more reach, more control and more dynamics for mobile applications.
Terria Mobile – The Basle-based software company earns good money from the maintenance of apps, because a lot of companies are overstretched with the maintenance.
Terria Mobile simplifies the update process of smartphone apps. This saves companies the detour through app stores from Apple, Android & Co.
Terria Mobile, the Swiss provider of software solutions for multi-platform app development and management, strengthens its Board of Directors with the former Day co-founder and chief developer, David Nüscheler.
With the Swiss Heritage Society’s free “Architectural Heritage” app, users of iPhones/iPads and Android devices can now find information on over 500 buildings in Switzerland.