Sapho brings Google Now-like notifications to enterprise apps
If you use Google Now, you’ll immediately understand what Sapho Inc. is up to.
Google Now is the Android-based automated assistant that watches what you’re doing and who you’re doing it with and presents information it thinks may interest you. For example, it’ll tell you when it’s time to leave for your 10 AM appointment or what the score was in last night’s Giants game.
Sapho wants to bring that functionality to the enterprise. The startup, which has raised $9.5 million, is today unveiling the Sapho Micro App Platform, a toolset that enables organizations to translate existing business systems into secure micro apps that connect people with important data and critical workflows.
From pull to push
Sapho is capitalizing on the shift from “pull” to “push” metaphors in the way people retrieve information, a consequence of the popularity of activity streams, notifications and now bots. Basically, instead of finding information, people increasingly expect…
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