Why should software delivery work better for consumer devices than the enterprise? With 1E’s SHOPPING software deployment tool, users are only ever a click away from the software and IT services they need. Scaling from one seat to hundreds of thousands, SHOPPING enables IT departments in some of the world’s largest organizations to automate software delivery.
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Our Shopping enterprise app store gives the power to the end user, who can request for applications through an intuitive self-service portal, eliminating the need for helpdesk based solutions in the process. Shopping completes the cycle by installing the software on the requestor’s device, using tight integration with SCCM. All this done is fraction of time taken by traditional helpdesk solutions.
For cases when Customer business process mandates using an existing ticketing system, Shopping also integrates seamlessly with all major ticketing system such as Service Now, BMC Remedy, and HP Service Manager. This reduces manual intervention and increases throughput.
Shopping has an inbuilt approval mechanism that enables Shopping administrator to select business managers directly from AD as approvers, and have email notifications sent to them at key points. Also, for those special cases, one can also have a deputy approver assigned or have the approval bypassed altogether.
Shopping UI not only provides consumer grade experience but is also very customizable. Most components on the portal, right from company logo to email templates can be given the corporate identity of the Customer. Also, Shopping supports multiple languages so that users can use the application across a host of local languages.
Software availability to end users is based on number of available licenses in order to maintain compliance. This app store for the enterprise provides better visibility and control of software licenses deployed across the organization, improving software license management
Shopping lets the user rent the application instead of permanently installing it. Since users use the application only for a specific period, application license is returned back as soon as the rental period expires, thus making it available for somebody else to use it. This is a direct cost saving on the license expense.
Shopping provides the ability to distribute the administration across the geographical locations. Regional administrators can decide on which applications to publish for their region as well as assign relevant approvers to those applications. This is especially useful for large enterprises spread across several geographical locations.
Shopping allows for one touch automated deployment of operating system. These deployments can be scheduled to run at a specific time period at a future date. Such business critical one time activities can both be promoted to be performed by the end user or can be centrally administered
Shopping is now fully compliant with the Role Based Access Control in SCCM 2012. RBAC provides Configuration Manager administrators with an easy way to implement the security model that allows them to assign and manage administrative permissions by assigning which actions they are able to perform using security roles, which users and systems they can manage through collections, and which objects they can access using security scopes. By adhering to the these rules, Shopping enterprise app store ensures that the SCCM Admins can continue to use RBAC based security rules to control access for a single and flexible model across the enterprise.
Shopping 5.1 is compatible with iPad, Surface Pro, and touch monitors running Windows. As modern enterprises continue to shift more and more towards multiple hardware platforms, these new adaptations in Shopping enable the organizations to finally move towards a “Single Pane of Glass” for software and service interactions between IT and the end user.