LSBDC Client Gains National Attention for Mobile App Platform

LSBDC at Southeastern Louisiana University client, Envoc, is gaining national attention for its newly developed product that allows small businesses to create mobile apps with ease.

Envoc, a Louisiana-based company that specializes in creating customized software and applications unique to individual businesses, is growing its business through the development of a product called “AppMelt.” The company moved to Louisiana from Houston in 2001 and joined the business incubator, housed in the Southeast Louisiana Business Center, in 2010.

The AppMelt mobile development suite enables graphic designers to easily assemble a mobile app for iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile without the need of a programmer. It takes care of everything, including servers, firewalls, databases, and backup. The apps can be managed and deployed solely within a company’s intranet or published on both the Apple App Store and Android Marketplace for wider distribution.

With customers ranging from oil and gas companies to a 44,000-acre deer ranch, Envoc has become so successful that Geeknet – the online Microsoft network that provides content and news for 53 million tech-savvy users each month – interviewed Envoc founder Calvin Fabre for a website posting.

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