Fortune magazine has an article about the growing popularity of apps developed by companies for their employees. Why are we telling you this? Two of the companies cited in the article as having extensive app suites are Medtronic and Genentech, the latter of which has even built a database of compounds called the Small Molecule Data Integration app. Such company-developed apps are "available only through a private storefront" to employees, rather than downloadable from Apple or Android, the article says. Genentech "has created some 20 mobile apps for its employees — and a dozen more are in the works," the story adds.
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