Why Mobile App Development Requires More than an SOA

If you plan on building mobile apps, you probably want a pluggable framework that allows you to easily use and reuse mobile services. You can then effortlessly access back-end systems, rapidly assemble new apps, and easily update individual services. Visit App Development Magazine for complete article. Déjà vu I hear you cry – isn’t that what my service-oriented architecture (SOA) gives me?  Yes and no. A SOA gives you much …
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3 Approaches To Making Healthcare More Mobile

Three major concerns – security, integration, and the ability to work off-line – are preventing the advancement of mobility. How can these obstacles be overcome? By Coco Jaenicke, CMO, Verivo More and more frequently we see healthcare providers carry sleek devices in their hands, but at the same time we see the same people spending more and more time in their offices behind a screen doing “paper” work. It is …
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New Oracle Framework Targets Cross-Platform Mobile Developers

By Dave Ramel, Application Development Trends Oracle Corp. yesterday unveiled a new Mobile Application Framework (MAF) to simplify cross-platform app development for smartphones and tablets. The offering is one of several new updates to the company’s Oracle Mobile Suite, a development and deployment platform. The MAF is the latest addition to an increasingly crowded collection of cross-platform mobile development tools based on the hybrid model. That approach seeks to strike …
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30 Notable IT Executive Moves: June 2014

By Sarah Kuranda, CRN As part of a two executive addition announcement, Verivo Software announced the addition of Gregg Bjork as COO of the enterprise mobile app software company. The Waltham, Mass.-based company said it brought on Bjork to help the company keep up with expanding demand. Bjork’s background has been helping companies scale as an independent advisor. Bjork has also served as CEO of Boston-based security firm Bradford Networks.

New products of the week 06.02.14

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By Brandon Butler, NetworkWorld Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as IBM and Netsocket. Product name: Akula 2.0 Key features: Akula is an open mobile application platform that makes it easy to develop, deploy and manage multiple apps; integrates with enterprise infrastructure; and allows developers to use any front-end tools.

Verivo Updates Its Akula Enterprise Mobile SDK

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by Chris Marsh, Yankee Group Verivo is looking to add the concept of re-use to enterprise mobile app development. The company just rolled out an update to its Akula enterprise development platform that adds new capabilities and an updated management console. App Developer Magazine reports Verivo’s Akula 2.0 offers new Client Actions, which lets developers add built-in client actions, such as forced logout, data wipe and refresh app permissions, to …
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Verivo releases Akula 2.0 enterprise mobile app server

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by Andrew Brooks, IT World Canada Verivo Software has announced the release of version 2.0 of its Akula 2.0 mobile application platform. The latest release of the open, standards-based platform supports the reuse of mobile services during development and enhances management’s control, visibility, and governance of enterprise mobile applications, the company says. Akula 2.0 enables IT departments to secure and govern mobile services and applications, while supporting access and reuse …
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Verivo Software Releases Akula 2.0 Enterprise Mobile SDK

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by Richard Harris, App Developer Magazine Verivo Software has released Akula 2.0, an open platform that enables IT departments to secure and govern mobile services and applications while allowing development teams to access and reuse these services leveraging the front-end tools of their choice. The platform consists of a Java-based server, idiomatic client software development kits, a server SDK, and management application programming interfaces. Akula 2.0 fills the gap between …
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Clean Client Actions Key To Mobile App Management

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by Adrian Bridgwater, Dr. Dobb’s Verivo Software has launched its Akula 2.0 mobile application server product. The technology is an open platform designed to secure and govern mobile services and applications while allowing development teams to access and reuse these services using the front-end tools of their choice. “As enterprises develop multiple complex apps, IT oversight and governance become more difficult to enforce, thus compromising security, control, management, and visibility,” …
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Enterprise Mobility Management: Which Way Will the Market Tip?

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by 451 Research The world of enterprise mobility is evolving rapidly, and there are key tools that IT staff will need to manage and control the mobile devices, data, applications and services that employees require to be productive. The primary tools that IT will depend on fall under the banner of enterprise mobility management (EMM) – a combination of software and services that provide visibility into the enterprise’s mobile deployments. …
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Verivo Launches Akula 2.0 Mobile Application Platform

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Verivo Software, an enterprise mobile application platform provider, announced the launch of Akula 2.0. The latest release of the mobile application server provides enterprise IT departments more control, visibility, and governance of their enterprise mobile applications with new capabilities. Akula 2.0 is an open platform that enables IT departments to secure and govern mobile services and applications while allowing development teams to access and reuse these services leveraging the front-end …
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Verivo Launches Akula 2.0 Mobile Application Platform, Streamlining Development, Security and Governance of Enterprise Mobile Apps

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by Gavin Smith, GeekNado Verivo Software, an enterprise mobile application platform provider, today announced the launch of Akula 2.0. The latest release of the mobile application server provides enterprise IT departments more control, visibility, and governance of their enterprise mobile applications with significant new capabilities. Akula 2.0 is an open platform that enables IT departments to secure and govern mobile services and applications while allowing development teams to access and …
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Mobile Development Product Watch 5/20/2014: Cross-Platform Is King

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by David Ramel, Application Development Trends The continuing craze of cross-platform and cloud-based mobile development tools is evident in the latest batch of product releases. Verivo Software Inc. announced the launch of Akula 2.0, an updated open mobile application server that’s designed to help organizations secure and manage mobile services and apps while letting developers access and reuse these services with their choice of front-end tools. The Akula platform comprises …
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Verivo Streamlines Enterprise App Dev

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The latest release of the mobile application server from Verivo, Akula 2.0, aims to provide enterprise IT departments more control, visibility and governance of their enterprise mobile applications with significant new capabilities. The open platform enables IT to secure and govern mobile services and applications while allowing development teams to access and reuse these services leveraging the front-end tools of their choice. “As enterprises develop multiple complex apps, IT oversight …
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Verivo launches Akula 2.0 mobile application platform, streamlining development, security and governance of enterprise mobile apps

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May 19, 2014 — Verivo Software, the industry’s leading enterprise mobile application platform provider, today announced the launch of Akula 2.0. The latest release of the mobile application server provides enterprise IT departments more control, visibility, and governance of their enterprise mobile applications with significant new capabilities. Akula 2.0 is an open platform that enables IT departments to secure and govern mobile services and applications while allowing development teams to …
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Verivo Software’s Akula V2 comes with new core enterprise features

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by Chris Marsh, by 451 Research Verivo Software has undergone a two-and-a-half-year pivot to rebrand itself and launch a new infrastructural solution to support enterprise mobile applications. It has survived the recent market shakedown but faces a tough challenge to convince enterprises the time is right to install a mobile infrastructure. Click Here to Read the Report

Verivo Launches Akula 2.0 Mobile Application Platform, Streamlining Development, Security and Governance of Enterprise Mobile Apps

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by Rapid Lorna, Rapid Mobile Latest release of open, standards-based platform allows development teams to easily reuse mobile services and gives IT operations total visibility and control Verivo Software today announced the launch of Akula 2.0. The latest release of the mobile application server provides enterprise IT departments more control, visibility, and governance of their enterprise mobile applications with significant new capabilities. Akula 2.0 is an open platform that enables …
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Verivo Software’s Akula V2 Comes With New Core Enterprise Features

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by Chris Marsh, Yankee Group Verivo Software has undergone a two-and-a-half-year pivot to rebrand itself and launch a new infrastructural solution to support enterprise mobile applications. It has survived the recent market shakedown but faces a tough challenge to convince enterprises the time is right to install a mobile infrastructure. Click Here to Read the Report

16 hot companies to watch

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By John Moore, freelancer, Federal Computer Week The to-do list seemingly never stops growing for federal IT managers. They must keep up with developments in mobile technology, comb through data for key information nuggets, and evaluate cloud computing options — to name just a few challenges. On top of that, they also need to find tools to help their agencies better manage technology assets and human resources in a time …
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Verivo Software integrates new support for Adobe PhoneGap into Verivo Akula

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By Staff Verivo Software, the enterprise mobility company, today announced the release of Verivo Akula 1.0.1 – which extends the enterprise mobile app platform to Adobe PhoneGap (Apache Cordova). Through this new release, businesses will now be empowered to build, secure and control cross-platform, enterprise-grade hybrid apps using the Akula Cordova SDK. Akula users will now have access to extensive offline capabilities, enhanced data synchronization, improved app security and richer …
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Q&A with Verivo’s Steve Levy

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I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Verivo CEO Steve Levy for 5 years. Steve is a sharp executive and has consistently built his businesses through creating new revenue models, extending product offerings, and identifying new market opportunities. It’s no surprise, then, that Verivo is considered an emerging enterprise mobility leader. Verivo helps businesses simplify the complexities associated with building, securing, and managing enterprise mobile apps. Under Steve’s leadership, the company …
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The missing layer to NIST’s mobile security advice

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by T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services for Verivo Software Last June, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued an update to its advice on mobile device security. The recommendations in the updated NIST report are good, sound advice; but perhaps because of the report’s focus on device security, it tends to overlook the advantages of building in security to apps during development with an …
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How to Support Mobile App Development in Your Organization

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by John Moore As consumers eschew desktops and laptops for smartphones and tablets, organizations are increasingly tasked with developing apps for those mobile devices. These apps can be harder to manage than their Web-based brethren, but agile development methods can help ease the pain. Spotlight Ticket Management’s path to mobile software development is perhaps somewhat smoother than what other enterprises experience. The 3-year old Calabasas, Calif. company, which helps corporations …
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Products of the week 8.12.13

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by Brandon Butler Product name: Verivo Akula Pricing: 30 Day Free Trial Start Developing Akula-enabled apps at $5,000/year Pilot or Proof of Concept starting at $15,000/year Small Deployment starting at $30,000/year Standard Deployment starting at $60,000/year Key features: is an enterprise mobile app platform that’s designed to simplify the complexities of building, securing and controlling custom enterprise mobile apps. More info. Read the original article.

Thought Leaders in Mobile and Social: Interview with Steven Levy, CEO of Verivo Software (Part 6)

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by Sramana Mitra Sramana Mitra: The point is that even if you are trying to build an enterprise software developer network around your platform, it is still a different strategy from selling the platform to enterprises for them to use and build their own apps. We are definitely seeing a trend from a lot of technology companies trying to build platform ecosystems. It is happening everywhere. We are seeing in …
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Thought Leaders in Mobile and Social: Interview with Steven Levy, CEO of Verivo Software (Part 5)

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Sramana Mitra: Numerous companies come through in this series that are working in that area. We are tracking that trend. Steven Levy: We have gone through a bunch of changes to our own product and technology. If you look back and look at how the web developed, the first tools that came out tried to do it all. They tried giving me my tool to design the web page, then …
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Thought Leaders in Mobile and Social: Interview with Steven Levy, CEO of Verivo Software (Part 4)

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by Sramana Mitra Sramana Mitra: Where your technology is shining is where you have composite apps that span multiple different systems. Steven Levy: You have it exactly right. You can imagine that those apps’ integration is difficult to do – that is one of the things we provide key value in. When you do that integration, you go offline keeping track of all of those systems. When you come back …
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Thought Leaders in Mobile and Social: Interview with Steven Levy, CEO of Verivo Software (Part 3)

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by Sramana Mitra Sramana Mitra: Let’s do some use cases. What verticals do you have maximum adoption in? Steve Levy: The verticals we have maximum adoption in are those that have been early adopters of mobile apps themselves: financial services, healthcare, business services and transportation, manufacturing, etc. A very common application would be in business services, where people are building apps for consultants or other time-based employees to track their …
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Thought Leaders in Mobile and Social: Interview with Steven Levy, CEO of Verivo Software (Part 2)

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by Sramana Mitra Sramana Mitra: In that case, let’s start by describing what that technology is and then we will get to the use cases. Steven Levy: Our primary product is a software platform. This platform is used to both build and operate in run-time and managing control the apps enterprises need. If I wanted to build a field service app, that app is going to have a bunch of …
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Thought Leaders in Mobile and Social: Interview with Steven Levy, CEO of Verivo Software (Part 1)

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by Sramana Mitra Steven Levy is the chief executive officer at Verivo. Prior to accepting his current position of CEO in 2010, Levy served as a member of the Verivo’s board of directors. As CEO, he has led the company in dramatic growth, increased product investment, and expanded the reach of sales through his ability to create new revenue models, extend the company’s business offerings, and identify new market expansion …
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Putting A Light Footprint Forward In Mobile

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by Adrian Bridgwater Verivo’s Akula open mobility app platform Verivo Software has released its Akula mobile app platform for the building and execution of transactional business apps that work even when the user is out of coverage range. The developer proposition here is that Akula could be used to build apps for IT operation teams (such as help desks) to control and manage the operations of apps, while meeting rigorous …
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Mobile Marketing’s Imperative: Deliver Value Through Interaction

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by Christopher P. Willis, chief marketing officer for Verivo Software How do you make your business’s mobile app stand out in a crowd? Say your company has an innovative new product, and a slick video to prove it. This would seem to be a perfect fit for a mobile marketing app to get that news out to people. But mobile users getting bombarded by information will tend to ignore apps …
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Verivo Software Introduces Enterprise Mobile App Development Platform

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by Rubeena Hasan Verivo, a popular enterprise mobility establishment, has recently made waves with the launch of their unique mobile app development platform called Akula. Built with the help of rigorously collected feedback from users and clients and a prolonged and careful study of the enterprise mobile app market, Akula promises to bring together cutting-edge functionality to airtight security in the field of enterprise mobile app development. Mobile apps often …
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Verivo’s middleware marries mobile apps with enterprise data

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by John Cox Akula libraries, server simplify building transaction-based apps Most enterprise mobile apps are not like most consumer apps. Those differences require features not found in most consumer-focused UI design and development tools. The missing features mean developers have to do extensive custom coding to link each mobile app with an array of back end applications and services. That’s the rationale behind Verivo’s Akula software, which is a set …
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Verivo Announces Innovative New Enterprise Mobile App Platform

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by Dennis Keohane How does a company that has been building mobile apps since the days of the Palm Pilot maintain its edge in the ever-expanding mobile marketplace? By observing and tracking the current state of mobile and adding something of value that doesn’t already exist, of course. Verivo Software, which developed apps for Palm’s early mobile devices as well as BlackBerry’s mobile line, just launched a new platform that …
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Verivo’s new Akula server introduces a class of MEAP

by Dan DiMassa Innovi Mobile’s Dan DiMassa virtually sits down with Marc Rosenbaum, Director, Product Marketing, Verivo Software. Dan DiMassa: Thoughts about the MEAP market. How do you differentiate? Marc Rosenbaum: The market has shifted significantly and the enterprise mobile world has matured. In today’s environment, a MEAP must become an ‘open MEAP’ providing value throughout IT to developers, architects, security and operations, without requiring the use of proprietary development …
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Verivo Software Unveils Open Mobile Computing Platform

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by Michael Vizard Just about every enterprise IT organization to one degree or another is struggling with mobile computing to one degree or another, especially when it comes to integrating the applications that run on devices with existing backend enterprise services. To help organizations address that issue across multiple mobile computing environment, Verivo Software this week launched Verivo Akula, an open mobile computing platform that creates a common enterprise computing …
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Verivo Software Unveils Open Enterprise Mobility App Platform

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by Staff Verivo Software, an enterprise mobility company, has launched Verivo Akula, a new mobile app platform designed to simplify the complexities of building, securing and controlling custom enterprise apps. The company will be offering free trials of its software. Akula allows users to build and execute on transactional business apps even when the user is out of coverage range. It also allows IT operation teams, such as help desks, …
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Verivo to Help Developers Make Mobile Apps Enterprise-Ready

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by Mikael Ricknas As company CEO Steve Levy puts it, the company wants to be the plumbing that enables enterprise mobile applications. The Akula platform has been designed to help solve what Verivo sees as the biggest challenges in enterprise mobility. “Most enterprise mobile apps are transactional in nature, and integrate deeply with corporate systems such as SAP, accounting systems and proprietary internal databases,” Levy said. An enterprise-ready app needs …
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Verivo launches Akula, a mobile app platform that frees enterprise developers from worrying about security

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by Michael Carney Building software to that delivers crave-worthy experiences on mobile and building software that caters to the security and scalability needs of enterprise customers are two entirely different skill sets. And very often companies that are good at one fail to deliver on the other. Enterprise mobility company Verivo is looking to divorce the two with the launch of its Akula mobile app platform. Akula allows developers, corporations, and IT teams …
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Verivo Software Delivers New Open Enterprise Mobility App Platform

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by Tony Rizzo Enterprise mobility applications development veteran Verivo Software announced today that it is launching an entirely new mobile development platform – Verivo Akula – designed and built from the ground up to simplify the underlying complexities of building, securing and controlling mobile enterprise apps. Recently we outlined a number of things Verivo and its CEO Steve Levy believe to be evolving scenarios in the enterprise mobility space, and …
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Verivo Software Launches New Enterprise Mobility Solution: Verivo Akula

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by Mike Jamison Solutions Review was granted an interview with Verivo CEO Steve Levy and VP of Marketing Communications Parna Sarkar-Basu prior to the announcement today, where SR received the complete low-down on Verivo Akula, the new Enterprise Mobile Application Platform, including Akula’s application development and control features, where it came Akula, and how Verivo plans to succeed with Akula. Steve started out by saying where Verivo came from. The …
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Verivo Unveils New Mobile App Platform for Popular Dev Tools

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by Barry Levine Creating and managing mobile apps is a major factor in the bring-your-own-device revolution that has swept over businesses. This week, enterprise mobility company Verivo Software offers to simplify enterprise mobile app building, securing, deploying and updating, with the release of a new platform it calls Akula. Mobile app development is a hotbed of activity, with streams of new products, services and updates from the likes of Telerik, …
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Verivo announces Akula mobile app platform

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by David Rubinstein Verivo Software yesterday announced Akula, a new enterprise-targeted mobile application platform that the company said simplifies the development, security and control of applications. Akula marks the complete reinvention of Verivo’s mobility platform to meet the new market requirements for this type of platform, explained Steve Levy, CEO of Verivo. He noted that the product is oriented around making not just any application easier to build, manage and …
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In brief: BitSight unstealths at a $50M+ valuation, Mobiquity raises $12M, Verivo launches Akula

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by Galen Moore Verivo launches Akula, debuts a free software trial Enterprise mobile app software maker Verivo on Tuesday rolled out a new app platform, Akula, and offering free trials of the product. According to the company: “Akula is the first mobile app platform that allows users to effectively build and execute on transactional business apps even when the user is out of coverage range. It also allows IT operation …
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How to Support BYOD

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by T.L. Neff, Executive Vice President of Global Client Services, Verivo Software As we move into the thick of 2013, we’re seeing the growth of the BYOD trend driving a greater need for deployment efficiencies. Once companies got beyond the BYOD debate realizing that it was inevitable that they would support this environment, a number of other challenges are opened up. The big concern? — now that we’ve adopted it, …
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The CIO Mobility Challenge: From Coping to Mastering

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CIOs face multiple challenges in today’s consumer-driven mobile world. Tips on how to overcome enterprice issues.

Location-Based Government

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This sidebar accompanies Mission: Mobile, a feature story from trajectory 2013 issue 2 by Matt Alderton. “Using location awareness as a part of a mobile app, governments can improve user services and alert citizens to upcoming events,” said T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services for Verivo Software, which provides an enterprise mobility platform for numerous government clients. “For example, multiple government agencies are developing apps to alert …
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Why Business Mobility is Going Mainstream

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By Steve Levy, CEO, Verivo Software Businesses have flirted for years with making their employees more mobile, but for most companies, these good intentions have stalled at giving out BlackBerrys to executives and laptops to sales people. In short, going mobile meant having a phone and access to email, contacts and web browsing, but little else. For laptop users, mobility has often required a virtual private network connection just to …
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Verivo Software Raised $4 Million

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by S. Sriram Verivo Software Inc. has raised $4 million via sale of shares and debt to eight investors, according to an SEC filing. Last year, the company closed a $10 million equity financing. The Waltham-based company provides mobility software solutions to businesses. It offers a mobility platform that allows users to centrally build, deploy and manage cross-device native applications across multiple devices, including BlackBerry, iPhone and Android devices. Verivo …
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Despite Yahoo decision, enterprise mobility on the rise (guest post)

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by Steve Levy, CEO, Verivo Software Even though Marissa Mayer has finally addressed the elephant in the room, the decision by Yahoo to abolish its work-from-home policy seems to fly in the face of the growing role of mobility in the enterprise. Enterprise mobile apps, after all, are all about connecting people with information and business processes wherever they happen to be at the moment. Upon closer examination, however, we …
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Boston’s top 5 mobile startups (ranked by Mass. employees)

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by Galen Moore Mobile technology is a signature of Boston’s startup industry. It’s an important place to be. The percent of Internet use attributed to mobile devices, versus PCs, has grown to 37 percent, comScore reports. Advertisers this year are expected to spend $7.29 billion on mobile messages, according to eMarketer. With that in mind, the BBJ Research Department offers a list of the area’s 20 largest mobile startups, ranked …
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Boston-Area Deals: Life Image, MC10, Gizmox, Nanigans, Verivo

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by Curt Woodward Verivo, which sells software that allows companies to build mobile applications, has raised another $4 million. Verivo says the money is an extension of last year’s $17 million round from investors Commonwealth Capital, Ascent Venture Partners, and Egan-Managed Capital. [Updated with details on round.] Read the full article here.

The Daily Startup: U.S. Venture Investment Falls in First Quarter

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by Staff U.S. venture capital investment has fallen for three straight quarters and is now at the lowest level since the third quarter of 2010, reflecting the slow pace of venture fundraising and exits. First-quarter data from Dow Jones VentureSource also show that business services are in, while seed-stage investing is falling out of favor. Semiconductor investment is barely registering. Investors committed $6.36 billion in 752 financings for U.S.-based companies …
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Verivo Lands $4M to Chase Enterprise Mobile Market as iPad Gains Ground

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by Scott Denne Startups that sell mobile development software are racing to get into businesses now that corporations are becoming big buyers of iPads. With $4 million in new funding from its prior backers, Verivo Software Inc. is one of several mobile app development startups that are raising more money to help developers build business applications. Verivo’s software is built for customers building enterprise applications, which need features that most …
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Verivo Software Delivers on Enterprise Mobile App Development, HTML5

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by Tony Rizzo Verivo Software is one of those “old timey” pioneers of the mobile enterprise apps space, dating back to the early years of BlackBerry and BlackBerry’s deep penetration and near pervasive use within financial institutions. Back then it was “the” mobile toy that mattered, and Verivo (known as Pyxis Mobile back then), even delivered professional stock trading applications apps built to run on old Research in Motion Pearl …
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Enterprise mobility: app rollout pace quickens

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By Parna Sarkar-Basu, VP, Marketing Communications for Verivo Software Is your company on pace to launch two, four, or even 10 mobile apps this year? If not, you could be falling behind the leadership pace. In a Web-based poll conducted by my company, Verivo Software, respondents were asked to choose a range of mobile apps their organizations were planning to build in the next 12 months. Out of almost 800 …
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Verivo Software Embraces New Open Standards

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by Staff Verivo Software, the enterprise mobility company, has launched Release 7.5 of its enterprise mobility platform with a Hybrid Browser Control for iOS and Android, giving developers increased flexibility to design mobile apps using both native and HTML5 content.  The mobility platform empowers organizations to build apps, deploy apps simultaneously across multiple devices, and manage and update apps in seconds. The new Hybrid Browser Control capability enables mobile developers …
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To Achieve True Mobile App Security: Use the ‘Less is More’ Approach

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by T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services for Verivo Software Who would have thought that the ‘less is more’ approach has its place in achieving mobile app security? You would think the opposite holds true — better security can only come from adding more safeguards, more rules for users, or more third-party security tools. But when you examine mobile app security through the lens of streamlined application …
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The Lynchpin for Enterprise Mobility

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by Chris Garber, Director of Product Management, Verivo Software Enterprise mobile apps rely on integration to back-end systems for much of their power. Just think about all the information that apps get from established systems of record. If your sales people are using a smartphone app to quote prices or order-promise dates to customers, the accuracy of those promises relies on sound, real-time integration to a back-end system. If your …
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2013 Will Be the Year of Multiple Apps for Enterprise Mobility

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by Parna Sarkar-Basu, VP, Marketing Communications for Verivo Software The days of an enterprise feeling good about mobility leadership by piloting a mobile app or two are behind us. Survey findings show that the new norm for enterprise mobile app development is multiple app projects per year. There is growing evidence for this accelerated rollout pace. In a Web-based poll conducted by my company, respondents were asked to choose a …
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FTC’s privacy policy report underscores importance of agility in enterprise mobility

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Government Security News Magazine by T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services for Verivo Software In early February, a U.S. Federal Trade Commission report recommended tougher provisions over mobile app privacy, which caused some big technology companies to raise objections, according to recent news coverage. What does the FTC’s report and the government’s overall direction on app privacy mean for most enterprises? The answer: neither push back nor …
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The Power of App Data

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by Chris Garber, Director of Product Management, Verivo Software Enterprise mobile apps, and therefore the power of enterprise mobility, rely on integration to back-end systems for timely access to data. Just think about all the information that apps get from established systems of record. In addition, a flow from the app back is needed because mobile apps and their users are also generating valuable content and knowledge. Much of this …
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Bringing mobile into the enterprise: Tips from 6 experts

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by Kyle Alspach Executives from Samsung, Staples, Symantec and three Boston area firms spoke in Cambridge Tuesday evening about the opportunities and challenges of enterprise mobility. The Boston area firms are three venture-backed companies involved with mobile technology — mobile app management firm Apperian of Boston, mobile app analytics and marketing firm Localytics of Boston and Verivo Software, a provider of app development and deployment tools based in Waltham. The …
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2013: The Year Multiple Enterprise Mobile Apps Have Become the Norm

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by Parna Sarkar-Basu, VP, Marketing Communications for Verivo Software The days of an enterprise feeling good about mobility leadership by piloting a mobile app or two are behind us. Survey findings show that the new norm for enterprise mobile app development is multiple app projects per year. So if 2011 and 2012 were focused on testing out enterprise mobile apps and making early progress, 2013 is shaping up as the …
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Better Mobility Through Mobility

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by Lori Castle The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) took the smart approach in developing its most recent mobile application — it began with the end result. By clearly defining the business objectives, the technology would then align. Todd Westhuis, Acting P.E. Director, Office of Traffic Safety and Mobility Department of Transportation, State of New York Operations Division led the 511NY app project. He explains, “The NYSDOT’s goal …
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It’s Time to Tame the Tablet for Enterprise Mobility

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by T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services for Verivo Software The march of the tablet into enterprise mobility is inevitable. As Forrester Research analyst Frank Gillett notes in a recent blog post, tablet sales are expected to rise from the 56 million units sold in 2011 to 375 million in 2016, with 750 million tablets in use by then. Forrester expects that one-third of these tablets will …
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Mobile government yields more dynamic public service

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Government Security News Magazine by T.L. Neff, executive vice president of global client services for Verivo Software Somewhere along the way, mobility efforts by governments picked up the techie-sounding nickname “m-government.” However, at its core, the trend is more about transforming the way the public sector can serve citizens, rather than transforming the technology used by governments. Today, state and local governments can meet the needs of their citizens through …
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Enterprise Mobility in 2013: Multiple Apps Have Become The Norm

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by Parna Sarkar-Basu, VP, Marketing Communications for Verivo Software The days of an enterprise feeling good about mobility leadership by piloting a mobile app or two are behind us. Survey findings show that the new norm for enterprise mobile app development is multiple app projects per year.  So if 2011 and 2012 were focused on testing out enterprise mobile apps and making early progress, 2013 is shaping up as the …
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Will HTML5 Kill the Native App?

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As schools calculate the best way to serve students via mobile apps, cost and performance are part of the equation. Does HTML5 offer a solution or is it just another variable? The best solution may lie in a compromise. That was the approach taken by the University of South Florida when it needed a cross-platform, cross-device app. Kathleen Long, director of web services at USF, worked with Verivo Software to …
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Sun Life Financial finds measurable benefits from iPad deployment

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Sun Life Financial U.S. made up its mind in 2010 that it needed a better way to empower its 250 sales reps so that they would be more productive. Specifically, they wanted to figure out a way to for these reps to spend less time in the office and more time in front of brokers. The answer they decided on, for a number of reasons, was tablets. But figuring out …
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Agencies have the tools to unleash dynamic mobile services

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Somewhere along the way, mobility efforts by government picked up the techie-sounding nickname “m-government.” However, at its core, the trend is more about transforming the way the public sector can serve citizens rather than transforming the technology used by governments. Today, state and local governments can meet the needs of their citizens through mobility, especially when using services like public transportation, attending special events like festivals or state fairs or …
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Business Mobility: The Power of 4G

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The role of mobile devices has changed dramatically over the last few years. Consumers are constantly on the move, updating Facebook, shopping online, downloading music and watching video on their phones as they go. Business have noticed this evolution in mobile technology and taken steps to equip their workforces with smart devices, capable of supporting flexible working and providing access to email and other applications outside the office. Many companies …
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Analysis: when will HTML5 deliver on its promise?

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After Facebook’s botched IPO, CEO Mark Zuckerburg said the company’s “biggest mistake” was “betting too much on HTML5 as opposed to native because it just wasn’t there,” before declaring that a native iOS app had already doubled Facebook’s user base. These words chimed with a growing disregard in the industry for the fifth iteration of Tim Berners-Lee’s internet lingo. Zuckerburg was right to a point; going native can work wonders …
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Verivo Software Expands its Mobile Enterprise Development Partner Network

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Recently, Verivo Software, a veteran enterprise mobility player focused on mobile app development, announced that it has added several new partners to its channel program. Verivo has a good number of its own direct customers, but in order to both continue to grow enterprise demand for its mobile app development platform, as well as better meet what has been growing demand for the platform itself, the company is now more …
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Time to Pick Up the Pace – Mobile in 2013

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The days of an enterprise feeling good about mobility leadership by piloting a mobile app or two are behind us. Survey findings show that the new norm for enterprise mobile app development is multiple app projects per year. So if 2011 and 2012 were focused on testing out enterprise mobile apps and making early progress, 2013 will shape up as the year for being prodigious and productive with enterprise mobility. …
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Risks and rewards of allowing staff ‘to do their own thing’

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BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE: When employees use their own technology at work, there are security implications which must be taken into account, as Guy Clapperton discovers. A generation of employees that seems to assume using your own smartphone or tablet is a basic human right has ensured that BYOD, or “bring your own device”, cannot be ignored. Companies must realise though that while the benefits are beyond doubt, so too …
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From killer apps to 10-second apps: driving enterprise mobility strategy through simple transactions

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When mobile working first became a viable reality, access to corporate email was seen as the killer app. Now, out-of-office email access is the norm. Today, enterprise mobility is driven by the need for sophisticated apps that enable complex business functions above and beyond email. One company might wish to provide its employees with mobile access to the sales pipeline while another may want a travel and expense reporting app. …
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Four Companies Bringing Higher Education to Mobile Devices

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There’s no denying it: mobile devices are revolutionizing the way our students access higher education. A visit to any institution of higher learning will show you that students are increasingly relying on their mobile devices for their daily lives. By the end of 2012, nearly 70 percent of college mobile phone users will own a smartphone. And when the Class of 2016 graduates, nearly 90 percent of college students in …
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Business mobility and the impact of 4G

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The role of mobile devices in society has changed dramatically over the last ten years. Consumers increasingly live their lives on the move, using their phones to update Facebook, shop online, download music and watch TV and video. This evolution in mobile technology has not gone unnoticed by businesses, many of whom have equipped their workforces with smart devices that support flexible working and provide access to email and other …
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Make Security Part of Mobile App Design

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Who would have thought that the “less is more” approach has its place in achieving mobile app security? You would think the opposite holds true — better security can only come from adding more safeguards, more rules for users, or more third-party security tools. But when you examine mobile app security through the lens of streamlined application design — “less is more” makes sense. If you want to lower your …
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Enterprise mobility in focus

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For too long, the majority of companies have been held hostage by the realities of rolling out enterprise apps onto a multitude of devices – in particular, reliance on third party providers to develop and manage mobile apps. I believe that is about to change and companies must own their mobile initiatives. In order to be competitive, a company must have the ability to create and modify custom apps easily, …
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Back-end integration: the lynchpin for enterprise mobility

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Enterprise mobile apps rely on integration to back-end systems for much of their power. Just think about all the information that apps get from established systems of record. If your sales people are using a smart phone app to quote prices or order-promise dates to customers, the accuracy of those promises relies on sound, real-time integration to a back end system. If your C-level executives are using a mobile business …
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Mobile security: let’s get some perspective

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In a recent mobile security scare, researchers from Leibniz University of Hanover and the Philipps University of Marburg announced their discovery that Android apps can be ‘tricked’ into revealing personal data. Media big guns such as the BBC and Wall Street Journal duly jumped on the story, reinforcing the impression that the mobile world is still the equivalent of the Wild West when it comes to data protection. TL Neff, …
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How mobile analytics can help your app to succeed

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In the fast-moving mobility world, it’s easy to get caught up in the churn of developing apps. Yes, it’s a great feat to launch a new enterprise mobile app and maybe even get the occasional complement on a feature or function, but how can you be sure that users are actually taking advantage of these capabilities? Will you be able to track what screens are most visited, what activities and …
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The Impact of 4G on Business Mobility

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The last ten years have seen the role of mobile devices in society change dramatically. Consumers increasingly live their lives on the move, using their phones to update Facebook, shop online, download music and watch TV and video. This evolution in mobile technology has not gone unnoticed by businesses, many of whom have equipped their workforces with smart devices that support flexible working and provide access to email and other …
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Putting its sights on customized software

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It’s been four years since Apple first came out with its slogan-turned-cliche, “There’s an app for that.” And while it might seem like there really is an app for everything these days, some see a largely uncharted territory in the mobile space: customized apps for mid-sized and large businesses. Waltham-based Verivo Software believes so strongly in that demand — both now and into the future — that it relaunched itself …
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The Rise of Mobility is Redefining the Engaged Worker

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The way in which we access information is radically different today because of mobility; access to knowledge and information is no longer tied to a PC, to an office, or hard-wired Web connection. Information and business processes can be tapped everywhere because of mobility, and due to this, the very nature of what it means to be an information worker is changing to become more real-time, more democratic and more …
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11th Annual Mobilizer Awards 2012

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Increased sales process, from days to hours; real- time help, from anywhere; time management improvement, 222%; greater accuracy, errors under 1%, higher employee satisfaction; empowerment inside and out of the enterprise; 30 day ROI; cost savings; standardization; security; full integration and a host of resulting, but unexpected benefits are what the 2012 Mobilizer Award winners realized through these top mobile deployments. Congratulations! We are thrilled to recognize the success of …
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Share and share alike

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With the rise in BYOD (bring your own device), businesses are being forced to recognise the need to adopt proper enterprise mobility strategies. However, many companies are still falling short when it comes to empowering the workforce with purpose-built mobile applications. For example, according to a recent Cisco survey of 578 senior executives, the majority are still reluctant to embrace BYOD, and lack any understanding about what applications should be …
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Mobile Consumers’ Effect on the Mobile Enterprise

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Recently, we have seen a whole new wave of high-end smartphones announced. While Apple’s iPhone 5 was the undisputed star of the show, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and RIM have all had big launches, each trying to grab market share in the phone industry’s most vibrant sector. Whether it’s bigger screens, better cameras or improved performance, these smarter-than-smart devices have had trade journals and fan boys (and girls) alike comparing features …
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Around the (Route 128) World in (About Two) Days

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Two days. Seven companies. A snapshot of the application-development market. The trip in and around Boston’s Route 128 high-tech corridor began with a stop in Waltham at Verivo, which offers a software-mobility platform that enables customers to create, deploy and manage applications across multiple devices. But before getting into details, a few overarching themes emerged over the two days. Developing applications for multiple mobile devices and the cloud seems to …
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Mobile Apps Take Center Stage

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Enterprise mobility deployments have become increasingly complex as a variety of new mobile devices has come to market and new methods of deploying and managing mobile applications have developed. In the past, mobile deployments centered on device selection, but with the proliferation of platforms, selecting the application has become more complicated. Today, employees may have a range of different devices and operating systems,” says Daniel Chu, senior product manager at …
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New Era of Enterprise Mobility: 10-Second Mobile Apps

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The quest for the killer app continues in this new era of mobility. The trouble is, when an organization focuses on one app as the driver of its mobility strategy, it is missing out on the full potential of mobility as well as leveraging an enterprise mobility platform. We’ve all heard the term “killer app” before. In the early days of PC-based computing, it was desktop apps like spreadsheets, while …
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How mobile consumers are changing the mobile enterprise

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Recently, we have seen a whole new wave of high-end smartphones announced. While Apple’s iPhone 5 was the undisputed star of the show, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and RIM have all had big launches, each trying to grab market share in the phone industry’s most vibrant sector. Does that mean another consumer tech feeding frenzy then? Well, not anymore, because while the iPhone 5 and its rivals are being predominantly marketed …
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10 Mobile Networking and Application Development Myths to Forget

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If you’re a growing enterprise that wants to continue on the expansion path, then it’s likely that you are depending mightily upon your IT system. You want your IT Infrastructure—from the data center to networking and out to all user devices—to become a business advantage. As highly successful companies such as Amazon, Facebook and Google have clearly shown, an IT system ideally should be a single-purpose, agile, fine-tuned power source. …
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Enterprise Mobility: Essential, Not Just Desirable

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The proliferation of smart mobile devices has fundamentally changed the day-to-day operations of modern business. Whereas it was once a nice add-on for employees to be able to remotely connect to enterprise systems in real-time, it is now expected and required by most who frequently work outside of the office such as the field sales team. According to an IDC report, by 2015, those employees will represent 37 percent of …
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Are Facebook’s problems with HTML5 an anomaly?

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“Some believe mobile apps built with HTML5 are the magic bullet,” said Christopher Willis, chief marketing officer at Verivo Software, Waltham, MA. “The central question with HTML5 for enterprise mobility is how to gain the best of both worlds: the rich user experience, native device capabilities, security and back-end functionality of a native app, and the ability to leverage Web talent and content wrapped up in the movement toward HTML5. …
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Getting the most from your mobile initiatives

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There is a pattern we have seen with marketers that have edged into enterprise mobile applications which holds promise, but falls short of exploiting the power of mobility. The pattern goes like this: a company department lobbies for an enterprise mobile app, and the company commissions one to be built, or acquires a software platform to build it. More often than not, that first app was internal—a business-to-employee, or B2E, …
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Integrating Back-End Systems to Enhance Enterprise Mobility

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It goes without saying that improved enterprise mobility is a good thing for business. Right? Putting enterprise applications into the hands of employees makes companies more productive, more efficient and they get the most out of their staff. But there’s the rub for some pundits in this space. By enabling access to back-end systems on smart mobile devices, employees are not just able to work anywhere — they’re able to …
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Top Five Myths About Building an App

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You don’t need “Mythbusters” to set you straight about mobile misconceptions when it comes to building an app. Mobile devices and operating systems have evolved rapidly over the past few years, setting a high bar for new apps. Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions about the best solutions for achieving your mobile app initiatives. We’ve identified the top five myths to help you make all the right mobile moves. …
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How Can Transactions Drive Enterprise Mobility Strategy?

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From killer apps to 10-second apps – how simple transactions can drive your enterprise mobility strategy. Even if you don’t know what a killer app is, chances are you’ve used one. In the early days of PC-based computing, it was desktop apps like spreadsheets, while search apps became essential as the internet grew. T.L. Neff, executive vice president of Global Client Services for Verivo Software, says the potential cost savings …
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Verivo Software Helps Enterprises Extend Their Core Systems to Mobile Apps

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These days, so many companies are thinking mobile first. When salespeople are out on the road, they want to be able to use their mobile devices, whether tablets or smartphones, to enhance their selling capabilities and experience. But while some companies just slap a mobile version of their CRM software on a smartphone, one company, Verivo Software, has instead opted to provide a platform to its clients that allows for …
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Mobile App Explosion and the Million Dollar Question

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Mobile apps have exploded because they allow us to accomplish something new at the place and time where it is most useful. As mobility pervades the enterprise, employees and customers reap the benefits. The million dollar question is — how can I achieve results faster, before my competitors pass me by? There are three technical pillars that can help achieve these goals. These tips offer the compelling combination of speed …
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The Evolution of the 10-Second Mobile App

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In the early days of mobility, access to corporate email was seen as “the killer app”. Today, most companies are driven into mobility for key apps that are above and beyond email. It might be mobile access to the sales pipeline from a customer relationship management system, or perhaps a travel & expense reporting app. The quest for the killer app continues in this new era of mobility. The trouble …
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Solving the Write-Once, Deploy-Anywhere Puzzle for Mobile Apps

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Write-once, deploy-anywhere is a seductive ambition, but one that is rarely realised – especially once you add the need for application maintenance alongside app creation, writes Bryan Betts. “It’s easier for consumer and other devices because they’re not workflow apps, so they don’t have to consolidate and integrate with a back-end,” says Steve Levy, the CEO of Verivo Software, which has taken on exactly that challenge: developing a way of …
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Can a $25 Million Renovation by Boston Properties Help Waltham’s Mount Money Find its Future?

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The real estate firm that owns the Bay Colony Center, a four-building, 1 million square foot complex atop the former Mount Money, is planning to spend north of $25 million to make it more attractive to tech companies, law firms, consultancies, and other tenants. Their flagship new tenant thus far is Verivo Software, which helps clients build and deploy mobile apps. Verivo has about 40,000 square feet in one building …
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OPINION: How BYOD Will Drive HTML5 Adoption

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By Jessica Twentyman July 18, 2012 Christopher Willis, chief marketing officer at enterprise mobility specialist Verivo Software, sets out his vision for the future of HTML5. A sensible BYOD policy is a great way to get more people in a company to use mobile business apps, by virtue of the fact that they’re running them on devices with which they’re already familiar and are comfortable using. However, companies are still …
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Movers and Shakers

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Verivo Software, a Waltham-based enterprise mobility company, recently selected software veteran Arnold Epstein of Concord as chief technology officer (CTO) to oversee execution of global product development strategy and product management operations. Prior to joining Verivo, Epstein, who has 30 years of software leadership experience, was CTO at Liquid Machines as well as co-founder and CTO of SilverStream Software. At SilverStream, he…

Verivo Software – Office Tour [slideshow]

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Our Office Tour series on VentureFizz has become very popular! Today, we are featuring Verivo Software in Waltham. Verivo Software is an enterprise mobility platform company. Check out their fancy digs by clicking here.  

BYOD & Other Trends in Enterprise Mobility

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You’ve heard of BYOB, but have you heard about BYOD and how it can help your business become more efficient all through the power of a smartphone? The technology today is enabling people to become more productive all the time. More and more of your employees and colleagues are making decisions away from their desks. What efficiencies can your organisation leverage through “enterprise mobility” and what trends do you need …
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Types of Mobile Apps Explained

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The technical aspects of app development will invariably impact your mobile strategy. This week, CEO Steve Levy of Verivo Software explains the differences between web apps and native apps and talks about how alternative solutions to app development could help you leverage the benefits of both. What kind of mobile presence is right for you? Steve Levy explains in this week’s AppBeat interview, the various options present different benefits and …
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iPad Lets Treasurers Roam Free

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Mobile applications have become popular in finance because they liberate executives from their desks and allow them to work around in the business while still being able to check on transactions. For treasurers, this changes the nature of the job and allows them to participate more broadly in the business. “Tablets are taking off faster than any new technology since email,” said TL Neff executive vice president at Verivo, which …
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New HTML5 control blends Web with native mobile apps

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A new HTML5 Browser Control lets enterprise mobile app developers quickly blend dynamic Web content with native and hybrid apps, using the cross-platform tools and middleware from Verivo Software. With the new component, which is part of Verivo’s AppStudio toolset, Web developers can use their HTML and Javascript skills to build mobile apps that can access a range of back-end enterprise databases and apps. And the Browser Control lets existing …
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Site24x7: Verivo Enhancements Address Mobile Customer Experience

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Verivo announced enhancements to its enterprise mobility platform, including integrated support for HTML5 via the software’s new Browser Control. Customers can harness the platform’s ability to rapidly create, update and manage customized apps that integrate with back-end systems while allowing web developers to design apps using the popular HTML5 standard.

Verivo Bolsters Mobile Platform Tool with HTML5 Support

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Enterprise mobility firm, Verivo Software, has upgraded its app development platform to include support for HTML5 to allow mid-tier and large enterprises to build content-rich applications. “The addition of HTML5 support means IT admins will be able to imbed graphics-rich components, such as graphs and videos into their apps, alongside native code,” explained Steve Levy, CEO of Verivo.

Verivo Adds HTML5 to Mobile App Development Platform

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US-based Verivo Software has added HTML5 app support to its enterprise mobility app development platform, enabling the company to expand its device support as part of its UK roll out. CEO Steve Levy told CBR that the proposition is “one of a kind in the market,” …

US Software Provider Aims at Europe

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Enterprise mobility company Verivo Software has announced its plans to expand across Europe by opening new offices as the company wants to offer its enterprise mobility platform to European customers directly. The company’s first European office has been just opened in London.

Office Renovations Aim for More Open Spaces

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When Boston Properties planned additions such as a Starbucks, a high-performance fitness center and a space with panoramic water views, it signed a new tenant: Verivo Software Inc., which sells tools to build, deploy, and manage custom mobile apps for global companies. It’s a welcoming space,’’ said Vic Pierni, Verivo’s chief financial officer. “People can get pulled into conversations easily…There’s a social aspect to it, and we need to promote …
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Mobile CXM: How to Leverage Mobile Solutions to Meet Customer Experience Expectations

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Customer experiences are not limited to a website or social media or email. Every customer touch point matters and provides an opportunity to meet and exceed customer expectations. Verivo Software lets companies build mobile apps five times faster than traditional methods. Additionally, there’s no nuanced code to update or laborious app update submission process

Learning from Agile

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April 25, 2012 Agile development methods, which began to evolve more than a decade ago, are poised to impact the emerging field of mobile app development. The tenants of Agile were first sketched out in the Agile Manifesto, which was signed by a group of 17 developers in 2001. The Agile approach emphasizes iterative development and fast reaction to customer-requested changes. “Mobile app development is perfectly suited for an Agile …
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Collabera Partners with Verivo Software to Enhance its Enterprise Mobility Capabilities

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April 25, 2012 By insightVAS Collabera, a leading end-to-end information technology consulting, services and solutions company, announced a strategic partnership with Verivo Software, the enterprise mobility company, to scale up its Enterprise Mobility offerings. This move is in line with Collabera’s long term plans to extend its mobility horizon in the coming months. One of the keenly tracked new age technology paradigms, enterprise mobility is steadily becoming a business imperative …
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Tech VC Activity Up in Boston

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In the first three months of the year, Massachusetts enjoyed its best quarter for venture capital investing into IT startups since mid-2010, according to data released by Dow Jones VentureSource Friday. Waltham’s Verivo Software, whose customers for its mobile app development platform include Halliburton, was among the Massachusetts tech firms raising large VC rounds in the first quarter. Waltham’s Verivo Software, whose customers for its mobile app development platform include…

Mitigating the Cost of Mobile Computing Change

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One of the challenges that IT organizations face as they move to embrace the many facets of mobile computing is the cost of supporting these applications on an ongoing basis across multiple platforms. The folks at Verivo Software came up with the Verivo Enterprise Mobility Environment, which gives developers access to a 4GL development environment that not only makes it easier to create applications for every major mobile computing platform, …
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Mobility, Intelligence & Engagement: Three Companies to Watch

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Mobility, Intelligence & Engagement: 3 Companies to Watch By Marisa Peacock Mar 29, 2012 The truth is there are so many interesting applications, solutions and platforms designed to improve productivity and innovate how we work within the enterprise, we can’t possibly cover them all. However, we can try. Today, we bring you a few companies and their solutions that caught our attention. Verivo Who they are: In January 2012, Verivo …
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US Insurer Chubb’s Marketing-Driven App

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Chubb taps external development resource, Verivo Software, to build customer-facing apps, allowing IT to focus on infrastructure. “We have more than 1,000 people in our IT shop, but we didn’t have a ton of experience with mobile, so we chose to partner to make these apps,” said Mike Ribeiro, the company’s assistant vice president of architecture services.

MWC 2012: BlackBerry Still Viewed as Safest Bet by IT Pros

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RIM’s BlackBerry devices are still seen by IT departments as the safest option for a work mobile, according to Steve Levy, the CEO of platform company Verivo. “I believe the company can no longer control what device [their systems] will be put on,” Levy said. “Employees used to be given their work device, now they bring it in.”

Verivo Software Expands into Europe

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Verivo Software, an enterprise mobility company, recently announced that it was going ahead with its expansion plans by opening offices in Europe. The company, which has had great success in the US, will now be offering European customers its innovative enterprise mobility platform. This will enable customers all across Europe to quickly develop, deploy and manage all of their mobile initiatives for both workforce and clients across multiple devices.

International SOS — Mobility Saves Lives

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International SOS and its MEAP partner, Verivo Software, serve up a global app. Tim Daniel, Group Executive Vice President for SOS: “Our user statistics from 2010 showed that 80 percent of our end user customers have smartphones. Given that, we began to consider the range of service possibilities that putting an SOS mobile application on those phones would bring to our customers and users.”

The Mobile Pivot: Pyxis Becomes Verivo Software

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Pyxis Mobile, best known for its mobile application platform that was used primarily to design and build apps for the financial services industry received a $17 million in new funding and rebranded itself as Verivo Software in January.

Prioritizing Tech Projects: How Managers Make a Short List of Long Demands

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As top technology dog at Aspen Skiing Co. for the last 16 years, Paul Major has honed the art of keeping multiple balls in the air. With responsibility for all IT initiatives that support the Colorado resort’s four mountains and extensive portfolio of hotels, retail and rental shops, Major has gotten pretty good at helping his staff of 20 field and prioritize requests

Waltham’s Verivo has an Aptitude for Apps

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Waltham’s Verivo Software is growing at a rapid rate, when many other companies are having to tighten their belts and wait out the tough economic climate. Steven Levy, the CEO of the company, recently took some time to answer our questions about Verivo’s work and how they’ve been able to remain profitable in the current economic climate. Formerly known as Pyxis Mobile, Verivo is a growing Waltham company that helps …
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Verivo Takes on $10M Funding

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Verivo Software Inc., the mobile platform play formerly known as Pyxis Mobile Inc., has closed on a $10 million funding round, federal documents show.

Verivo Could Exit Within Three Years, Investor Says

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Verivo Software, a Waltham, Massachusetts-based mobile device software company, could seek an exit for investors within three years if it continues current growth rates, said investor Brian Girvan, general partner at Ascent Venture Partners.

Pyxis Mobile becomes Verivo Software, broadens its scope

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Pyxis Mobile is changing its name to Verivo Software in an effort to reflect the company’s evolving mission in the mobile computing space.

Apps Aren’t Just About Gadgets Anymore

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The transition of Pyxis Mobile over the past decade provides insight into how mobile technology is changing the work lives of IT professionals.

Venture capital deals

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eMarketer, a New York-based business information company focused on digital marketing, media and commerce, has raised $25 million in minority equity funding from the Stripes Group.www.emarketer.com

Pyxis Mobile Raises $17M, Rebrands As Verivo, Pivots To Licensable App Platform

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Every business seems to want its own mobile software, and now Pyxis Mobile is transformingto help companies build apps for themselves.

Pyxis Mobile Expands its Footprint – Relaunches as Verivo Software

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Pyxis Mobile, a true veteran player of the mobile application development space, is relaunching the company under the new name Verivo Software, a move designed to quickly establish Verivo as a major mobile enterprise applications player.

Pyxis rebrands as Verivo Software, grabs $17M to help

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Pyxis Mobile Inc. has become a victim of its own success, CEO Steven Levy said, so the company is starting off the new year with new digs, a new $17 million round of funding and a new name and brand – Verivo Software Inc.

With a Fresh $17M, Pyxis Mobile Pivots Business and Rebrands as Verivo

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Xconomy By Erin Kutz, Associate Editor January 10, 2012 For almost two years, Pyxis Mobile has been restructuring its business to sell platforms for mobile app development, but was lacking the capital to make the switch official, says CEO Steven Levy. That’s over now, with Waltham, MA-based Pyxis announcing today that it has socked away $17 million in new funding and has rebranded as Verivo Software. The deal was led …
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Michigan Campers Getting Mobile This Summer – State of Michigan Launches First App With AT&T’s Mobile Enterprise Application Platform

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Along with the tent, sleeping bag, bug spray and s’mores, there’s one more essential camping supply this summer. As campers gear up for a few days in the great outdoors this Fourth of July, they can add the “MI Camping and Recreation Locator” mobile app to the list of necessities. The State of Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources