Los Angeles, CA
Webalo, the high-productivity mobile app development platform, announced today its inclusion in a recent research report on the enterprise mobility management market (EMM) by analyst firm 451 Research. The company was categorized as a player in both the mobile application management (MAM) and mobile application platforms (MAP) segments, which the report estimates will see compound annual growth rates of 55 percent and 28 percent respectively.
The report sees market growth as driven by the increasing deployment of mobile apps for enterprise applications by companies at both a corporate and business unit level. MAM & MAP providers in particular are well suited for addressing the growth in bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies by providing secure ways for enabling corporate apps and managing their sensitive data to co-exist on workers’ personal devices.
"The idea that workers in the field need to return to a particular base to complete certain business critical assignments is an increasingly antiquated notion," said Webalo CEO Peter Price. "With Webalo, organizations can easily create secure mobile apps that connect workers directly with enterprise applications and data in real-time, boosting productivity by bringing the power of the enterprise to users’ now working in a mobile-first world.
Webalo seamlessly integrates with organizations’ existing IT infrastructure to automatically generate secure, bi-directional and transactional mobile apps. The company is unique in the space as providing full integration with all of the major security providers in the EMM space including Citrix, IBM, VMWare, Symantec, Good Technology and MobileIron.
Webalo is a high-productivity mobile app development platform that combines rapid access to back-end systems with the automatic generation of mobile applications for corporations to deliver more apps, more quickly, at a dramatically lower cost, while ensuring the highest degrees of enterprise security and governance. Webalo runs on all major platforms, including Android, Apple, BlackBerry and Windows smartphones, tablets, and desktop devices. For more information, visit the company's website at www.webalo.com.