AppDirect operates as a business-to-business (B2B) subscription commerce platform. It enables organizations to quickly launch a marketplace to sell their own services, third-party services such as Microsoft, Google, and Amazon web services-or build their own software ecosystem. It simplifies aspects of selling cloud products with automated billing, provisioning, and subscription management. It was formerly known as Origo Networks. It was founded in 2009 and is based in San Francisco, California.
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White label B2B subscription marketplace technology
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Sep 13, 2023
September 13, 2023 Also learn about a deal involving Rubrik and the latest on Broadcom-VMware; plus, the SentinelOne deal that didn't happen. The channel was once again brimming with big M&A in August. Cisco, Five9, AppDirect, Check Point Software Technologies and more were wheeling and dealing with a cross-section of mergers and acquisitions that will have a long-lasting impact on our industry. Cisco, for instance, upped its mobility chops by buying a Norway-based mobility services platform. Check Point flexed its muscles with the acquisition of Perimeter 81 and its “cybersecurity experience” platform. Meantime, all eyes remained glued on Broadcom and its pending $61 billion acquisition of VMware. The company got past one of the final hurdles before securing long-awaited regulatory approval from a number of sources. See the slideshow above for the big M&A from the past month that had the channel buzzing.
AppDirect Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was AppDirect founded?
AppDirect was founded in 2009.
Where is AppDirect's headquarters?
AppDirect's headquarters is located at 650 California St., San Francisco.
What is AppDirect's latest funding round?
AppDirect's latest funding round is Series H.
How much did AppDirect raise?
AppDirect raised a total of $558.36M.
Who are the investors of AppDirect?
Investors of AppDirect include Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, Investissement Quebec, Inovia Capital, StarVest Partners, Stingray and 7 more.
Who are AppDirect's competitors?
Competitors of AppDirect include Mirakl, ComputeNext, Covalensedigital, OpenChannel, Jigsaw XYZ and 7 more.
What products does AppDirect offer?
AppDirect's products include AppDirect and 2 more.
Who are AppDirect's customers?
Customers of AppDirect include Vodafone and Keller Williams.
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