Red e App will present at the Southland Southern Culture + Technology Conference from June 12 to 13 at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, Tennessee. Our CEO Jonathan Erwin will participate in 3 ‘heats’ of presentations with 20 companies vying to be named Southland’s Most Innovative Company.

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“We are going to show the conference that our solution, an enterprise mobile network for frontline, non-desk workers, serves the unmet needs of over half the American workforce,” said Jonathan Erwin, founder and CEO of Red e App. “We’re tapping into the BYOD revolution in a way that will bring communication and community to large organizations that can now engage back-and-forth with employees who do not use a corporate email address and who do not sit in a desk all day.”

Red e App competed with over 200 startups and 50 conference attendees to participate in the pitch competition—a true testament to our rapid growth and innovation. In less than 2 years, we have brought direct, private, real-time, and secure communications to healthcare providers, retailers, manufacturers, associations, restaurants, and other industries where employees have to be up and about to get the job done.

With over 60% of the American workforce now in hourly and non-desk jobs, demand for enterprise mobile solutions is expected to grow significantly. And as email use among Millennials continues to dip, enterprises will need new infinitely scalable communication networks built on mobile devices.

Using Red e App, numerous enterprises have gained the ability to drive timely actions and prioritize tasks, enabling greater efficiency and employee focus. Red e App has also improved data access and manager control by giving companies the ability to create multiple user lists, delegate notifications abilities beyond group SMS applications, and generate real-time analytics and custom reports.

Amee Kent
Red e App Marketing Director