Definitely something I need to investigate more.
Mobile backend-as-a-service (MBaaS) platform StackMob is expanding upon its earlier launch of a marketplace for third-party services, with the debut of a marketplace targeted toward enterprise customers. Through a series of partnerships, the marketplace allows StackMob to promote its integrations with other software and platforms-as-a-service companies, API infrastructure providers and more, initially including services from AT&T, Alfresco, Box, Braintree, GoodData, Mashery, Mulesoft, New Relic and Rackspace.
The move signals StackMob’s goal of attracting more enterprise customers to its platform. That’s a customer base that CEO Ty Amell describes as “small” today. Currently, there are around 15 to 20 enterprise companies working with StackMob on apps, ranging from those in the proof-of-concept phase to those which are in active development. StackMob is under NDA with these enterprise customers, so Amell can’t provide names, but says all apps are what you could characterize as “mission-critical.”
“It’s not these one-off marketing apps…
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