SQLI & Appaloosa: a partnership marked by connected experiences

Objective: to quicken the pace of corporate digital transformation

In August 2016, SQLI entered into a partnership with Appaloosa.io for the in order to accelerate the digital transformation of its clients and to offer them the best experience in terms of connection with their users. The technological and commercial synergies between both entities will help boost both sales force and production capacity.

Appaloosa, a simple, effective and secure solution

As a subsidiary of the Octo group, Appaloosa is a SaaS solution that enables companies to distribute in-house mobile apps to thousands of employees or testers via a private and secure company app store. The start-up helps mobile and digital teams to optimise the use of their mobile apps thanks to its company app store solution, which offers simple, fast and secure app deployment.

Appaloosa is very easily integrated into each company's specific tools thanks to the numerous plugins on offer, and is compatible with BYOD policies, allowing control, analysis and greater security of user deployment. Appaloosa is used by such companies as Canal +, Saint Gobain, Natixis and SNCF, and has allowed the deployment of over 10-million applications worldwide.

SQLI, a technological and commercial partner

In order to firmly establish its positioning in terms of connected experiences and always offer its customers the best solutions on the market, in August 2016 SQLI officially signed a partnership agreement with Appaloosa.

Pauline Fumeron, Appaloosa Marketing Manager, states: "This is a win-win partnership that enables us to benefit from commercial and technological synergies. In so doing, we hope to reinforce our strike force on the market."

This solution referred to as the "leader in Mobile Application Management" by Gartner in March 2016, will enable SQLI to produce and offer the user experience best suited to its customers' objectives, while remaining in keeping with their users' requirements. This partnership is also an asset for SQLI, as it boosts its production capacity and its ability to deploy the solution among its customers.

Olivier Eyraud, Subject Matter Expert in Mobility & IOT, SQLI, adds: "We've been using Appaloosa for several years in our mobile factory, and we've deployed it among our major customers. The idea is therefore to reinforce our acquired skills in order to offer more extensive deployments."