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About Vaultus Mobile Technologies
Vaultus Mobile Technologies offers software that aims to provide mobile workers with secure access to corporate data and applications wherever and whenever it's needed. Vaultus Mobile Sales connects handheld computers securely to major Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Sales Force Automation (SFA), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) inventory and order-processing applications. Vaultus Mobile Platform (VPM), a pure Java client-server software platform and development environment, assists the rapid development and successful deployment of mobile enterprise applications.
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Latest Vaultus Mobile Technologies News
May 28, 2014
Related Network World |Apr 8, 2010 1:07 AM PT RELATED TOPICS Data Center Antenna Software , which offers products and services for building, rolling out and managing mobile applications, Thursday is announcing it has acquired a Boston-based company with expertise in financial and Microsoft SharePoint applications. Terms of the buyout of Vaultus Mobile Technologies , a 10-year-old company with roots at MIT, were not disclosed. Antenna has about 225 employees and Vaultus adds fewer than 50 people to that number. 2010's top tech M&A deals The deal will enable Antenna to expand beyond its expertise in business-to-business-to-employee mobile apps to business-to-business-to-customer apps, says Jim Hemmer, Antenna's CEO (the extra "business" in those terms refers to Antenna supplying technology to businesses, which in term provide apps to employees or customers). Among those apps are programs targeted at financial services companies' customers, including those focused on mobile commerce. "Mobile commerce is the next significant wave of our technology expansion and I think, the market's expansion," Hemmer says. "There's this affinity people have with their smartphone that's a new phenomenon. " Vaultus also brings Antenna technology for business intelligence applications, such as those used for management dashboards and that can tap into software from companies like Cognos or SAP/Business Objects. In addition, Vaultus offers what Hemmer describes as a strong application for mobile access to Microsoft SharePoint . "SharePoint has huge penetration in the market right now, though I would suggest there's an opportunity to improve the user experience," he says. "With me I can never find the things I want, so if you can make it easier to find the stuff I think that will make it more impactful. " Unlike with Antenna's acquisition last year of fellow mobile middleware vendor Dexterra, which involved melding the companies and their platforms, Antenna is not planning to integrate the Vaultus technology with its own in the short term, says Jim Somers, chief marketing and strategy officer at Antenna. Vaultus will operate as a subsidiary and take advantage of channel and other opportunities to work with Antenna, he says. RELATED TOPICS Data Center Bob Brown — Secure, Cloud-enabled, Software-Defined News Editor-as-a-service Bob Brown is a news editor for Network World, blogs about network research, and works most closely with our staff's wireless/mobile reporters. Follow him on Twitter at Alphadoggs and connect via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vaultus Mobile Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Vaultus Mobile Technologies founded?
Vaultus Mobile Technologies was founded in 2000.
Where is Vaultus Mobile Technologies's headquarters?
Vaultus Mobile Technologies's headquarters is located at 263 Summer Street, Boston.
What is Vaultus Mobile Technologies's latest funding round?
Vaultus Mobile Technologies's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Vaultus Mobile Technologies raise?
Vaultus Mobile Technologies raised a total of $75.5M.
Who are the investors of Vaultus Mobile Technologies?
Investors of Vaultus Mobile Technologies include Antenna Software, Ridge Ventures, PJC, Susquehanna Private Equity Investments, Investcorp and 12 more.
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