Crain’s New York Business Magazine Recognizes enCappture as a Notable Women-Owned Business
September 7, 2021

Crain’s New York Business recently honored enCappture, a mobile app engagement platform, as one of the Notable Women-Owned Businesses, and highlighted our Founder and CEO, Denise DiSano, for her contributions to the technology community and other women entrepreneurs. 

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Denise is no novice when it comes to launching technology products, prior to launching enCappture, she created Invite Brandz, which connects physical wristbands to a party host’s online portal. Two years later, she launched enCappture, which allows small to medium-sized businesses to launch branded mobile apps quickly and at a fraction of the cost. Now companies can afford to engage their customers and grow their businesses.

The idea to create enCappture came out of a passion to launch enterprise-level mobile apps that are accessible to everyone. Denise launched enCappture to democratize mobile apps with an easy-to-use SaaS platform, taking what usually takes months in the development process to just a few weeks. 

“The enCappture platform isn’t just about the tech for launching a branded mobile app for your business, it’s about the strategy behind creating mobile apps to help businesses grow,” says DiSano, founder and president of enCappture. “We are witnessing a real shift to a mobile centric mentality not just because of the pandemic and the new WFH workforce where the need for connectivity is paramount, but because the next generation of customers that were born with a phone in their hand is upon us. So many companies aren’t ready for this digital transformation acceleration, that’s why there’s such a huge need for the enCappture platform to help drive customer engagement.” 

Prior to going into tech, Denise was an educator for over 10 years where she launched her school’s first technology program. She is an advocate for women-owned businesses, girls in STEM and a big supporter of minority executives.