Blue Cedar Use Cases

Key Use Cases


Use Case #1: End the Struggle to Add Controls to Mobile Apps

Adding new controls to an already developed mobile app is difficult for many reasons, including:

  • No source code access for third-party apps

  • Lack of developers or bandwidth to integrate the required SDKs

  • Incompatibility of an SDK with your app development framework

  • Adding controls outside of development disrupts security processes

Blue Cedar’s no-code workflow applies to apps post-build, adding controls without requiring source code, developers, or compatibility between the SDK and app framework. App import, scanning, and distribution are combined with Blue Cedar’s no-code integration service into a deployment workflow that preserves security processes.


Use Case 2: Simplify Supporting Multiple UEMs

Having multiple Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solutions happens, especially when agencies support legacy and new systems simultaneously. Supporting multiple UEMs is challenging; developers need to integrate multiple mobile application management (MAM) SDKs into apps and that makes app distribution more complex.

Blue Cedar’s no-code integration service is combined with app import, scanning, signing, and distribution into a multi-branched deployment workflow. Custom coding isn’t needed, and security processes are preserved, all while our solution automatically verifies the app across multiple platforms for fast deployment that drives value and reduces headaches.


Use Case 3: Distributing Mobile Apps is Complex

Distributing apps is more complex than it appears. An app will be pushed to multiple app stores and enterprise app catalogs. App store entries require language customizations and image assets to support local app stores in different geographies. Multiple code signing processes must be executed. Each distribution channel has unique publishing requirements.

The app distribution workflow takes the complexity out of app distribution. App import, signing and distribution services are combined into a deployment workflow with multiple branches that publishes the app to different distribution channels. Easily customizable, the workflow can be changed to distribute only through app stores and catalogs that matter to you.