Partner Spotlight: Xpand IT

This week we welcome Microsoft Partner Xpand IT to share their experiences with Project Siena. Based in Portugal, Xpand IT has been working with enterprise mobility for the last 6 years, and our experience goes from simple digital publishing apps to complex mobile banking apps. When Project Siena was released we understood that we could…

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Project Siena: Bridging the Gap Between Microsoft Sellers and Their Customers

Today we've invited Microsoft Partner Aditi Technologies to share their experiences with Project Siena. [View:~/cfs-file.ashx/__key/communityserver-blogs-components-weblogfiles/00-00-01-01-25/6864.AditiProjectSiena.mp4:0:0] Project Siena, since its release in Beta, has provided great opportunities not just for those who wish to be able to develop a modern mobile app without the need to know how to code, but is also proving to be a…

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Persistent’s experience with Project Siena

This week we welcome Microsoft Partner Persistent Systems to share their experiences with Project Siena. In this post we take a look at how Persistent has been using the capabilities of Microsoft Project Siena to enhance its existing business interactions. Persistent is a global company specializing in software product development and technology services. For more than…

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Project Siena Beta Refresh (November 2014): Bringing the power of productivity to business user created apps

In our latest release of Project Siena, we are putting the power of Office 365 directly into the hands of Siena authors, allowing them to create business & purpose-specific apps that fit their organization, all without having to write a single line of code. Using a single-click users can add to their apps the capabilities…

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Siena now available in German and Japanese

The Japanese and German versions of Siena are now available in the Windows Store. Note that we have done an unusually "deep" globalization and localization. For example, it's not just the UI menus that will appear in Japanese and German. Every formula, every function, every property name will now be in the right language. That is what Siena…

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A dress selection experience integrated to Salesforce.com data

Ever since we released the WADL Generator tool (in alpha) for Siena, it's become easy to get Project Siena to work with Salesforce.com. See https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Microsoft-Project-Siena/App-Tour-Salesforce-Dress-by-Color for an app that delivers a novel fashion selection experience, with the key product data coming from Salesforce.com. Also see http://www.wadewegner.com/2014/08/build-a-windows-8-app-for-salesforce-with-no-code-using-project-siena/ for how Wade Waggoner built a Siena + Salesforce.com app, including…

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Project Siena and global partners

At the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, we had the opportunity to introduce three of our global partners who are creating apps for customers using Project Siena: Fujitsu, Aditi and Persistent Systems. I wanted to share two links: http://blogs.windows.com/business/2014/07/15/wpc-2014-partnering-to-win-in-the-mobile-era/ http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/resources/news/press-releases/2014/0714-01.html Vijay Mital, General Manager, Project Siena

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Project Siena in CEO's Worldwide Partner Conference Keynote

Many of you have referred to Satya Nadella's recent keynote at the Worldwide Partner Conference, where Project Siena was demo'd. Wanted to share a couple of links: http://www.enterprisetech.com/2014/07/16/nadella-pep-talk-stresses-microsoft-ecosystem/ http://www.pcworld.com/article/2454514/microsofts-nadella-preaches-productivity-to-partners.html Vijay Mital, General Manager, Project Siena

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Project Siena Beta 3: Enabling business users to create custom apps to transform business processes

I am excited to announce the availability of the Beta3 release of Project Siena. This new release makes it even easier for business experts, business analysts and other app imagineers to create powerful custom mobile apps that are connected to enterprise services, major SaaS, and popular web and social services. Since we released Project Siena…

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Connecting to REST Web Services: How to write WADL configuration files

Project Siena Beta 2 makes it easier than ever to create a social, web-enabled app using Bing Search, Bing Translator, Facebook and Yammer services. For more details about our Beta 2 release, see S. Somasegar's blog post Project Siena Beta 2: Enabling business users to create apps connected to enterprise services, web and social. In…

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