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Gerry Schmitz12-Mar-13 10:08
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Pete O'Hanlon13-Mar-13 0:47
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Gerry Schmitz13-Mar-13 12:09
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Dennis E White15-May-13 5:44
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Pete O'Hanlon15-May-13 6:03
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Dennis E White15-May-13 6:18
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Pete O'Hanlon15-May-13 6:21
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Dennis E White15-May-13 6:41
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Pete O'Hanlon wrote:
That's entirely dependent on each client. In certain cases, it's 10 to 20, but with other clients, it's only 2 or 3.

You are most likely going to want to research the Enterprise apps route. I know what you are trying to do can be done, I just don't know the details.

I am not sure how far from a Apple Store you are but sometimes they have a business sales person in their stores that can help get you started in the right direction.

The developer stuff that Apple has on the web is really helpful so I would start there first.
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Pete O'Hanlon15-May-13 6:51
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