SAN FRANCISCO--(Trilibis Mobile, a leading provider of advanced mobile web solutions to brands and media companies, is announcing its productivity focused, mobile web platform, SmartPath, is now available for enterprises enabling execution of robust mobile initiatives in a secure, efficient and scalable manner.)--DREAMFORCE 2012 –
“We are very excited to show enterprises the benefits of using a mobile web solution that integrates into the data layer”
With Trilibis’ flexible platform now supporting deep integration with Salesforce, developers can easily build enterprise-class, device-optimized mobile websites and hybrid apps using a combination of custom software developed on the Salesforce Platform, the world’s leading cloud platform for social and mobile apps.
“We are very excited to show enterprises the benefits of using a mobile web solution that integrates into the data layer,” said Tom Burke, CEO, Trilibis Mobile. “With our SmartPath platform and managed services, enterprises now have a solution that offers greater reliability, security and performance, so they can more effectively extend their mobile capabilities.”
By expanding Salesforce Site.com mobile content management capabilities, SmartPath gives developers a sophisticated authoring framework combined with a robust, mobile-specific rendering engine for creating high-quality HTML5 sites and hybrid apps. SmartPath allows Salesforce customers to efficiently extend their data and content to mobile devices thus taking advantage of the growing demand for accessing business applications while on-the-go.
Trilibis Mobile’s SmartPath, is an enterprise-class, cloud-based, end-to-end solution that enables companies to mobilize their robust enterprise and content infrastructure. SmartPath combines powerful device detection and rendering technology with an extensible Java-based SDK and a user-friendly visual authoring environment. This open, productivity focused platform utilizes the latest standard web technologies and supports integration with any APIs and feeds. Web experiences built on SmartPath offer superb UX and work flawlessly on any phone and tablet, regardless of their browser and form factor.
Due to an increased demand for mobile solutions from enterprises, Trilibis’ SmartPath also supports deep integration with Autonomy’s Web Content Management (WCM) solution, enabling extension of Autonomy’s TeamSite and LiveSite processes to mobile. In addition to offering deep integration with Autonomy WCM within its SmartPath platform, Trilibis’ managed services team can build enterprise-class mobile websites and hybrid apps that leverage any backend system. Over the last year, Trilibis deployed mobile web experiences integrated with Fatwire, Ektron, OpenText, and Drupal among others. Through a combination of platform technology, managed services and industry expertise, Trilibis serves the needs of enterprises in a variety of verticals, enabling them to gain control over their mobility solutions, while realizing unparalleled cost-efficiencies.
Trilibis Mobile will be at the Dreamforce Expo in San Francisco, Booth #47, to demonstrate how its SmartPath platform supports enterprises mobile web strategy.
For more information about Trilibis, go to www.trilibis.com
Trilibis Mobile provides advanced mobile solutions and development technology to brands, media companies and enterprises. The company leverages a decade of experience in mobile UI/UX design, product development and systems integration to develop and manage award winning mobile websites, tablet-optimized sites and hybrid apps.
At the core of Trilibis Mobile is SmartPath®, an enterprise-class, end-to-end mobile web platform. This open, productivity focused solution utilizes standard web technologies and supports integration with any APIs and feeds enabling companies in every vertical to rapidly create engaging mobile web experiences that work flawlessly on any device and browser. SmartPath powers hundreds of mobile experiences, generating billions of pageviews.
Founded in 2002, Trilibis Mobile is based in San Mateo, California and has an office in Singapore.