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By Dan Turchin, chief executive officer and co-founder of Aeroprise. Follow Dan on Twitter.

 

I don't ordinarily post job openings here but I'm hoping this is a fit for you or someone you know. It's a unique opportunity to get in on the ground floor of something big.

 

If you're ready for a new adventure and interested in a wild ride on the hockey stick that is the smartphone apps market, let’s talk. We’re hiring exceptional software engineers who are creative, communicate well, and have demonstrated success in agile environments. Most important, we want geeks who read TechCrunch and are motivated by the opportunity to write the next great Silicon Valley success story.

 

About Aeroprise: we’re a fast-growing, mature (think Pierce Brosnan – not Betty White) startup, venture-backed and shipping product for years, with about 150 enterprise customers like Dow Jones, Duke Energy, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Homeland Security. Our core product mobilizes BMC applications for smartphones and is used by tens of thousands of mobile IT employees around the world. We’re a small team based in Silicon Valley looking for local team members.

 

There’s a $1k referral bonus in it for you if we hire someone you recommend. Just have friends/colleagues reference your name and contact me direct (dan at aeroprise dot com). Full details about the positions are available on Craigslist: http://2.ly/W5H.

 

Thanks!

 

-dan

 

 

The postings in this blog are my own and don't necessarily represent BMC's opinion or position.

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By Dan Turchin, chief executive officer and co-founder of Aeroprise. Follow Dan on Twitter.

 

 

Doug and I wrote this article about the right way to mobilize applications. It was published today in Enterprise Management Quarterly. I'm posting the intro. The full text is here.

 

Improving efficiency, speed, and effectiveness through mobilization

 

Doug Mueller, CTO of Service Management, BMC Software & Dan Turchin, CEO, Aeroprise, Inc.

 

Highlights

  • Mobile technology enables the support person to get accurate data in a format appropriate for the requirements of the job
  • Mobilization makes the service desk much more efficient and enables support staff to deal with issues in a timely manner
  • Mobilization requires mobile devices and appropriate software that meet your IT support needs

 

Your service desk staff can be so much more productive when they have the flexibility to manage and respond to issues from the field, without having to check in at their desktops. When alerts come in, they could respond to and address urgent issues immediately. Or they could run a quick check on a vital service or keep track of a developing issue, wherever they happen to be working at the time. They could complete necessary forms as needed, rather than waiting until they return to their desks. And they could maintain real-time communication with other IT staff and end-users being affected by their work.

 

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The postings in this blog are my own and don't necessarily represent BMC's opinion or position.

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