Apperian is an mobility management platform focused on enterprises that offers a range of services including app security, testing, content management and distribution. The company says it’s main goal is to help organisations “go mobile” and it’s developed a mobile application management platform designed from the ground-up for enterprises.

Apperian is based in Boston MA, with offices in London. The company was founded by former Apple executive Check Goldman and is used by companies such as AT&T, BMCSoftware and Estee Lauder.

Apperian features

  • Enterprise app store for distributing public, custom and web apps
  • Mobile app security using enterprise credentials
  • App wrapping without requiring code modifications of SDKs
  • Flexible content management solution
  • Mobile enterprise integration with development platforms and identity providers

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