Mobile app management company Apperian raises $12m, targets growth in Asia

Andy Boxall | September 15, 2015

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Mobile app management company Apperian has secured $12m in new funding, with which it will continue to build its MAM platform, and make it easier for businesses to create and distribute custom apps.

The investment is headed up by First Floor Capital, and joined by names including CommonAngels Ventures, Intel Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, and others. According to Techcrunch, Apperian has raised £39m in total, and hasn’t sought funding since the beginning of 2013.

Apperian helps business create, develop, manage, and distribute apps.

Apperian helps businesses and enterprise customers deploy apps either through public or private app stores, and ensure security is high, all without the need to use an SDK or modify existing code.

First Floor Capital’s involvement is important for Apperian. It’s based in Malaysia, and could help the company establish a stronger presence in Asia. At the moment, Spain-based Apperian has 67 employees, and its clients include AT&T, Toyota, and Walgreens.

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