Over the past few months, Microsoft has been working with Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to develop Windows Store apps for the enterprise. On July 1, the company announced our ISV Program, AppsForSurface, which provides devices and funding for app design intended to get key enterprise apps on Surface and Windows 8. Microsoft has announced new participants to the program:
SAP: SAP is a market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and industries run better. Rustum Broacha, VP of Ecosystems & Channels with SAP said, “Our partnership through the AppsforSurface program builds on the SAP tradition of delivering innovation to our enterprise customer base, and, together with our SAP Mobile Platform and Afaria solutions, it provides a strong foundation for enterprise mobile computing. We look forward to helping our customers fully leverage the capabilities of SAP’s apps on Windows 8 and Surface, to enable their business to run better.” We are excited to have SAP participating in our program. Their applications and services enable customers to operate profitably, adapt continuously, and grow sustainably.
Omega Group: Omega Group is an industry-leading developer of innovative Geographic Information Systems software designed to assist public agencies to better integrate data intelligence, analysis and mapping with patrol/field work to improve situational awareness, decision-making, and mission outcomes. Milan Meuller, President of Omega Group, commented, “The Omega group is pleased to join the AppsForSurface program and bring the NearMe app to the Windows 8 platform. Using Surface Pro and the NearMe app, thousands of police and public officials across the country can have mobile access to crime data, making communities safer and public services more efficient.”
Source: Surface Blog