ISV. You’ve heard the acronym many times before. You may even know that it stands for Independent Software Vendor. But what does that mean? How can a company be a software vendor for a platform that is called “Software-as-a-Service?”
AppExchange. You’ve heard of this many times before. You’ve probably been pushed to create an Application for the AppExchange before. You may have even installed an Application from the AppExchange on your company’s Org or a client Org. But how did those applications get there? And how can you take part of an Org that you configured and get it to the AppExchange?
These are two topics that the folks at Appiphony will be discussing for the Chicago Force.com Developer User Group at our November meeting.
Appiphony is a boutique consulting firm based in Chicago, Illinois with a singular focus on developing custom applications and products on the Force.com platform. Their customers include small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, and Salesforce.com ISV partners. The management team at Appiphony has the distinct advantage of having been one of the first to launch a product on the Force.com platform (www.myloanbiz.com). Appiphony has the expertise to guide a company through product design, development, and launch. Having worked with numerous Force.com ISV partners, they understand the challenges that ISVs face and as a result can help greatly reduce both development time and expense.
For more information, please visit: http://www.appiphony.com