3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 4, 2013 2:54 PM by etresoft
nemehazo Level 1 Level 1

As vendors of a large scale healthcare product suite, we are working on creating an application for our users (internal and external to our organization). I understand that there are multiple options to deploy a native iOS app, however, none seem to be fitting the need.

 

What we need is a way to distribute application updates in the future rapidly. We are in a regulatory controlled environment, and have a need to be able to update the product should a critical issue arise.

 

Have any of you had this type of app deployment? What method do you use, and how well has it worked for you?


iOS 6.1
Reply by etresoft on Feb 4, 2013 1:34 PM Helpful

It sounds like you need an enterprise account for each installation. Then you can update apps as you need.

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  • etresoft Level 7 Level 7

    It sounds like you need an enterprise account for each installation. Then you can update apps as you need.

  • nemehazo Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks!.

     

    To recap, I (on behalf of my company) can create an app, open an account for one of my customers (a large enterprise customer) thru Apple enterprise framework. Then I can release applications to this customer as frequently as I could, without getting delayed by Apple's app review process?

     

    Also, that I can do this for my other 1,000 customers?

     

    Can you point me to official Apple Enterprise deployment framework guidelines? I would like to validate it, and then use it for moving the project forward.

  • etresoft Level 7 Level 7

    All I can do is point you to Apple's Developer site. What you are describing sounds like an Enterprise account.