Developed on Phunware’s patented Multiscreen-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform, the two mobile-first solutions have been designed to effectively address critical challenges brought on by events such as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Meraki Marketplace is an exclusive catalog of Technology Partners like Phunware that showcases applications developed on top of the Meraki platform, allowing customers and partners to view, demo and deploy commercial solutions.
“We developed MaaS to enable large corporations like Cisco to efficiently distribute our software globally for digital transformation initiatives in mobile environments,” said Phunware CEO Alan Knitowski in a statement.
“The Meraki Marketplace enables thousands of Cisco Meraki customers across more than 100 countries worldwide to easily purchase and deploy our solutions to optimize healthcare, government, corporate and higher education operations in a mobile-first world, including the tech-enablement of entire cities if and as needed, as the executives and leaders of these businesses and organizations address their pandemic-specific needs.”
Under both solutions, users and patients can be engaged with contextual triggers, including location, mapping, navigation and time information leveraging Phunware’s patented Location Based Services and Mobile Engagement software.
Austin-based Phunware's stock recently increased by 18.6% to $1.53 a share in New York.
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