Is it possible to Silent Push a Managed Windows Phone App from the Store?

Is it possible to silent push a Windows Phone app from the Store? We have a requirement to install a couple of apps after enrollment. Some of those apps are in the Store some are Enterprise apps.
Thanks,
Mark Monster
Mark Monster Silverlight MVP

Hi,
No it is not currently possible, In Windows 10 a new business portal will be introduced that should solve this.
Regards,
Jörgen
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