Shopping™

The App Store for the Enterprise
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See what Shopping will look like for your users

A Consumer App Store Experience for Corporate IT

Shopping provides a consumer-grade app store within a user’s corporate IT environment. This gives end users the experience they have come to expect from modern devices like smartphones and tablets on their Enterprise IT desktop.

Flexible Workflows for Business Approval

Business managers are empowered to make approval decisions through flexible workflows. Requesters and approvers are kept informed through actionable email notifications.

Deep Integration with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007/ 2012

Through deep native integration with ConfigMgr Shopping delivers software to users and machines within minutes. Shopping monitors the progress and status of all deployments to keep users and administrators informed.

Software Rental

Where licensing terms permit, items (software or group membership) can be rented by end uses for a time-limited period, after which it is automatically removed. Shopping can also be configured to respect license quarantine periods.

Self-Service OS Migration

End users are enabled to schedule their own OS deployment as well as select which applications to automatically reinstall as part of the migration. This can include usage-based application mapping using data from 1E AppClarity.

Delegated Administration

In large distributed or complex organizations, branch administrators can govern the visibility and approval process of applications as well as have the ability to shop on behalf of users within a country, region, site or department.

Skinnable to Your Needs

Shopping is completely configurable to fit your organization’s look and feel so that end users are able to work in a familiar and recognizable interface.

Product Sheets

Dramatically cut your help desk costs and delivers immediate and significant cost reductions through a simple self-service software portal.

White Papers

Discover why the rental model for distributing software within your company makes good financial sense.

Automated self service can help you dramatically reduce help desk costs while adding value.

Video case studies

CDM, Andrew King

“We like to think of it as the Amazon.com of getting your software.”

Park Hill Schools, Brad Sandt

“Shopping has an intuitive and easy user interface. End users can request and process the software in an automated fashion.”

Case studies

A large pharmaceutical delivers an enterprise app store for its 60,000 users. In 12 months, the organization made savings of $5 million.

Self-service software store handles more than 500 user-initiated requests every month.

Syngenta saves over $1.7m every year by implementing on-demand user self-service.

Shopping prevents 14,000 annual help desk calls, resulting in savings of $560,000 a Year