AirSpring Software, an innovation leader in changing how companies can dramatically improve their business processes and customer experiences, today announced the launch of the airSpring platform. AirSpring is a foundation for building, deploying and delivering cloud-based enterprise applications that improve and enhance customer, partner and employee experiences. The platform enables businesses to include users in sales and marketing, self-service and correspondence-oriented applications on any device, using only a browser.

The platform includes a pure browser-based development environment to visually create web and mobile applications without having to write device-specific code. Built on current technologies and standards such as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, the development tool provides comprehensive capabilities for delivering personalized experiences to any user on any device. Coupled with this is a full runtime environment that securely and dynamically creates a user's experience based on relevant data, content and device.

"The airSpring platform lets a company pull users into business processes to help accelerate transactions and provide lasting, engaging experiences that are a natural fit in our mobile world," said Neal Gottsacker, President of AirSpring Software.

Many companies are adopting a mobile-first strategy to more effectively connect with their customers and employees. This adoption has led to the need for businesses to see many existing customer touchpoints as new opportunities to engage customers-rather than blindly send information to them. AirSpring provides the means to create user experiences and applications that can improve customer engagement, leading to stronger relationships, as well as increased revenue and profit.

The airSpring platform encompasses several core capabilities to support rapid creation and deployment of compelling user experiences:
  • Pure browser-based. Intuitive, drag and drop application design capabilities provide businesses a comprehensive environment for creating web and mobile applications for customers, partners and employees.
  • Digitize processes. The thin-client design of airSpring makes it possible to digitize the business process itself, but with "people input"-not simply digitizing documents. Inviting employee participation helps deliver accelerated business results and lower costs, improved productivity, and streamlined workflows.
  • Business user control. Extending design capabilities to business users helps accelerate time to market while IT can still maintain necessary controls for security.
Multiple touchpoints. Customers and business partners can connect via websites, documents, e-mails, and mobile applications. When personalized documents are required, particularly as part of an interactive or web application, airSpring delivers.

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About AirSpring Software
Founded in 2012 and located in Lexington, Kentucky, airSpring Software is staffed by experts who know how to create software solutions to improve customer engagement across the array of customer touchpoints. Working with hundreds of clients across multiple industries has provided insight into the frustrations, expense and effort needed to handle document workflow and compete in the mobile marketplace. AirSpring Software provides a cloud-based solution that transforms how businesses personalize interactive experiences that can be delivered anytime, anywhere, on any device. More information is available at

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