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From Enterprise to Entrepreneurship And Back Again

Mobile Composer Speaks at The Society for Concurrent Product Development on June 1, 2017 Loren Horsager and Catherine Gillis, Mobile Composer’s co-founders, started their company after years of working as technology and marketing consultants with large enterprise companies. In 2013, they founded Mobile Composer to create SaaS native mobile solutions […]


Mobile Composer/U.S. Bank Will Present: Entrepreneurs & The Enterprise

Loren Horsager, Mobile Composer CEO, and Stephanie Hammes-Betti, Senior Vice President Innovation Design, U. S. Bank will present at The Minnesota High Technology Association’s Spring Conference.  Starting in 2014, Mobile Composer and U. S. Bank worked together to pilot Orchestrate, Mobile Composer’s SaaS mobile solution that drives performance for customer-facing teams. […]


Mobile Composer CEO Loren Horsager Speaks at TechPulse 2017

Loren Horsager, Mobile Composer CEO and founder, will be speaking as part of a panel discussion at TechPulse 2017 on April 19.  The panel will address Three Examples of A Mature Use of Cloud Services. Mobile Composer’s Orchestate SaaS mobile application is built on Microsoft’s public cloud, Azure.  He will describe […]


Mobile Composer Discusses What’s Next @ Tech 2017, February 23, 2017

Loren Horsager, Mobile Composer, CEO and Jane Bungum, User Strategies Group will be sharing their thoughts about how mobile-first strategies are transforming business and the economy to drive growth.  Register Now Learn more about how new trends including context awareness, automatic data capture, performance metrics and product innovation are helping companies […]


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Mobile Composer Interns Shine in Today’s Star Tribune

Summer interns have a big impact at state’s small IT, engineering firms Featured excerpts from the full article on StarTribune.com: “…the Mobile Composer interns proved, among other things, that interns increasingly matter, particularly at small technology enterprises.” “We interviewed a lot of students who could code,” Gillis said. “These four […]