BYOD Software Developer Secures Investment Funding from Intel

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Enterprise mobile application management (MAM) developer Apperian says that it has received an unspecified investment from Intel Capital.

The additional capital brings Apperian's total funding to date to $28 million.

2012 was a hallmark year for Apperian with strong revenue growth and several industry recognitions. The company saw a 276 percent growth in its subscription business over the past 12 months, which stems directly from the rapid adoption of its EASE Platform.

"Traditional approaches to mobile security are intrusive and cumbersome - which frustrates users," said David Patrick, CEO at Apperian. "We're taking a different approach by protecting what matters most, the enterprise mobile apps and the data. This drives breakthrough user adoption, especially in BYOD environments."

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