Enterprise App Development Requires Speed and Simplicity for Innovation

Enterprises are set to benefit from faster innovation, along with the most complete platform for the development of cross-device mobile apps, following the latest of the mobility market' recent acquisitions.

Appery, LLC - the company behind the first low-code platform for the rapid development and deployment of cross-device mobile apps, known as Appery.io - has announced today that is has acquired major assets of Verivo Software, including revenue contracts, source code, patents, trademarks and other intellectual property, with the aim of creating a leading Enterprise Mobility Platform.

With this acquisition, Appery intends to gain an advantage over competitors with an end-to-end platform that is agile enough to meet the requirements of both IT and the lines of business within mobile enterprises.

As a leading cloud-based, low-code development platform with strong enterprise grade back-end server capabilities, Appery serves an expanding developer community of around 200,000, in addition to an impressive range of enterprise customers.

Appery has also announced that integration efforts have begun, in an attempt to combine the best of Appery.io's App Builder and back-end services with Verivo's enterprise connectivity and security capabilities to create a next generation Enterprise Mobility platform.

The solution which will emerge from this will provide enterprise app developers the ability to get to market quickly, and will enable IT to use sufficient tools to secure, manage and govern their organisation's mobile portfolio.

"We joined forces to accelerate our vision of a leading mobile platform offering to create and deploy mobile and responsive web applications in the enterprise," explained Fima Katz, CEO of Appery, LLC. "We are excited to welcome Verivo's entire customer base to our family, and look forward to meeting all their mobilisation needs with our technology and service capabilities."

"Enterprises today are faced with a complex and fragmented choice of solutions across development tool vendors, MBaaS players, enterprise middleware, and packaged applications" commented John Jackson, Research Vice President for Mobile and Connected Platforms at IDC. "This consolidation is creating more complete platforms that will help accelerate mobile innovation in the enterprise."