SimplyBox provides Vibe OnPrem users with a powerful "business execution hub," by leveraging their fragment products with Vibe's landing page layout. Enterprise users interact with multiple applications in order to get their jobs done. As they interact with these applications they often have the need to engage or collaborate with their peers. SimplyBox allows the user to add a layer of collaboration directly on top of the applications they use. This means if a user needs to get work done in ERP and Vibe they won't have to leave Vibe because the SimplyBox fragment will allow them to get things done inside Vibe.
SimplyBox was originally created as a free Web 2.0 service, with a focus on usability and visual simplicity. In early 2009, the company made the decision to focus its solutions on the Enterprise space. Today SimplyBox is a company that sees the Enterprise as its natural present and future.
Our passion for simplicity brings a unique value proposition to enterprise software, which we have observed over many decades of cumulative experience to be insufficiently user-centric. Making enterprise solutions more valuable to users is our mission. And we do it in a way that leverages existing applications and infra-structure. We transform and extend such applications making them more responsive to users needs. And as we transform these applications, we create happy users and more value to enterprises.
In this webcast Mario Cavagnari and Rodney Goodger, Co-Founders of SimplyBox, speak with Tracy Smith to demonstrate the power of SimplyBox Fragment and how to integrate Fragments in Novell Vibe.Learn more about SimplyBox and its integration for Vibe OnPrem by watching this Webcast (37:13)
Rodney Goodger, Co-Founder of SimplyBox, demonstrates the power of SimplyBox Fragment and how to integrate Fragments in Novell Vibe. + How to Video (4:20)
To see this integration in action visit the Vibe OnPrem Virtual Sandbox
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