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AppIt Ventures and JourneyApps Announce Strategic Partnership to Accelerate the Delivery of Mission-Critical Custom Apps

Our team recently announced a strategic partnership with JourneyApps, the low-code app platform for industrial companies, aimed at helping companies accelerate the delivery of mission-critical business apps. Read the full press release. To learn more about the AppIt Ventures and JourneyApps partnership along with options for your business, reach out to us here. You can also attend our upcoming webinar with…
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The JourneyApps Platform Gives AppIt’s Clients New Development Horsepower

Our partner, JourneyApps, said it best: “The most important ingredient in any business’s app development project is the developer.” While custom software development shops have traditionally been the go-to option for enterprise-level app development projects, app development platforms are now paving the way for developers to deliver enterprise apps in a fraction of the time.  Through our new partnership with…
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Custom Software Development: Third-Party Delivery vs Delivering In-House With a Platform

Custom software development is nothing new, and the emergence of app development platforms has created new opportunities for companies across industries. They can now implement mission-critical solutions in ways that overcome traditional limitations. The question of which is better –  third party custom development vs. in-house development through a platform  – has become a topic under widespread debate amongst decision-makers.…
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Future Trends in Telehealth and Mobile Healthcare Apps

Introduction  The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has already revealed much about the critical role of telehealth in a crisis. It is also shifted how doctors and patients view telehealth and the necessity of in-person care. In this article, we’ll explore five major telehealth mobile healthcare app trends that will continue to evolve even after the COVID-19 crisis abates. AI and Chatbots…
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Telehealth in a Crisis: The Real Importance

Introduction  The 2020 COVID-19 crisis has forced every industry to be remarkably adaptable, and the healthcare sector is no exception. While almost 80% of hospitals in the U.S. have some sort of telehealth service, many were underutilized prior to the viral outbreak. We generally viewed virtual visits as last-resort alternatives rather than first-choice offerings. That mentality quickly flipped as the…
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How AppIt Prepared for the “New Normal” During the COVID-19 Crisis

By Amanda Moriuchi, CEO of AppIt Ventures Introduction Over the last several weeks, our way of life as a greater society has flipped upside down. We’ve made major adaptations at home, at work, and in our individual, day-to-day lives. As leaders, we’ve had to make hard and quick decisions for those we serve; our clients, our partners, and our employees. …
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The AppIt Ventures Curbside Tool – FAQs

Hi there! We're AppIt Ventures, a custom software and mobile app development company in Denver, Colorado. We've worked with companies from across a variety of industries including healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, business services, self-care, government (including building the popular myColorado app), and more. Our passion is in taking great ideas and existing business models and recreating them in custom software solutions…
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AppIt Blog: Your Brain is Bad at Remembering Details. Here's How Technology for Your Business Can Help.

Your Brain is Bad at Remembering Details. Here’s How Technology Can Help.

Scientists estimate that the human brain can store the equivalent of up to 2.5 million gigabytes, while the largest hard drive in the world maxes out its storage at just 10,000 gigabytes. If humans can store 250% more data in their brains than computers can in their hard drives, what about processing data, analyzing data, and creating actionable insights based…
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