“It’s really refreshing to work alongside such a driven partner, devoted to producing apps to utilise iPad in business,” said Jigsaw Business Manager, Ed Reisner. “I’m really excited that, through this relationship, we can help businesses get even more from their iPads throughout 2012. StoryDesk is quickly gathering momentum within the Business and Productivity app market. Unlike some of their competitors in this space, StoryDesk’s PresentationApp looks to utilise the native, multitasking gestures of the iPad to really bring a company’s existing PowerPoint decks to life, whilst preserving the original formatting.”
“Our goal at StoryDesk is to help businesses efficiently harness the unique benefits of tablet technology,”
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Jigsaw is a leading provider of IT solutions, consultancy and support services to organisations with creative requirements, and is the UK’s leading dealer of Apple, Adobe and Quark. Jigsaw’s product specialists, project managers and technical consultants work with a number of world-leading technology manufacturers to bring advanced solutions to both public and private sector organisations. Formed in 1992, Jigsaw’s service-based strategy and value added solutions have enabled the company to grow to over 150 employees, with annual sales of £60million and a customer base of over 25,000 organisations. Customers include most of the major UK publishing, TV and film companies, top creative and advertising agencies and over 1000 universities and colleges. For more information about Jigsaw, visit www.Jigsaw24.com.
Based in New York, StoryDesk is a cloud-based tablet publishing platform for enterprise. StoryDesk enables businesses to move beyond traditional, static sales and presentation media like print catalogues and PowerPoint. The company’s flagship service, CatalogApp, lets sales and marketing professionals dynamically showcase product lines and take orders directly from the iPad. More than 500 companies in industries ranging from pharmaceuticals to financial services are now using StoryDesk solutions, including BBC, HUGO BOSS and Niagara Parks.