Deviceanywhere helps organization to bring their services or products to a mobile platform. DeviceAnywhere provides a cloud-based platform for testing and monitoring the functionality, usability, performance and availability of mobile apps and websites. Founded in 2003, DeviceAnywhere provides a SaaS platform that aims to accelerate the entire QA lifecycle for mobile apps and websites. DeviceAnywhere was also known as Mobile Complete. In October 2011, Keynote Systems acquired DeviceAnywhere. DeviceAnywhere's valuation was $60 million in cash plus a $30 million potential earn-out. Other terms of the Keynote acquisition of DeviceAnywhere were not disclosed.
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Oct 10, 2011
Posted A Pirate’s Life For Me: Police Bust Hungarian Movie Ring Keynote Systems , a company that provides web and mobile cloud monitoring services, has acquired Mobile Complete , which develops DeviceAnywhere , a cloud-based platform for testing and monitoring mobile websites and apps, for $60 million in cash plus a $30 million potential earn-out. DeviceAnywhere, which raised funding from Motorola Ventures and Innovacom, offers a cloud-based platform for developers to test and monitor the functionality, usability, performance and availability of mobile apps and websites. The SaaS allows you to test and monitor apps across 2,000 devices across global networks in 7 countries. Developers can also automates the testing of mobile apps, as well as use 24-7 performance monitoring of apps to detect potential problems. DeviceAnywhere says that more than 1,200 organizations, including Dell, Salesforce, Google, Microsoft and others, are using the software. Keynote Systems develops and sell services, hardware, and software to measure, test, and monitor web and mobile sites. Keynote plans to add the SaaS to its mobile monitoring business, and expects the addition of DeviceAnywhere to grow Keynote “into a $100 million business.” 0
DeviceAnywhere Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was DeviceAnywhere founded?
DeviceAnywhere was founded in 2003.
Where is DeviceAnywhere's headquarters?
DeviceAnywhere's headquarters is located at 300 Brannan Street, San Francisco.
What is DeviceAnywhere's latest funding round?
DeviceAnywhere's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did DeviceAnywhere raise?
DeviceAnywhere raised a total of $6M.
Who are the investors of DeviceAnywhere?
Investors of DeviceAnywhere include Keynote Systems, MMV Financial, Innovacom and Motorola Solutions Venture Capital.
Who are DeviceAnywhere's competitors?
Competitors of DeviceAnywhere include Perfecto Mobile and 2 more.
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