AirWatch Surpasses 250 Employee Milestone

AirWatch, a provider of mobile security, mobile device management and mobile application management, reached mid-year having achieved record advances in the size and scope of its employee base and security technology offerings. In the first six months of 2011, the company grew its employee base by 40 percent and added more than 450 new customers.

AirWatch enables organizations to securely deploy, monitor and manage corporate and employee-liable devices and applications across a broad range of platforms. The solution integrates mobile devices to internal resources such as Exchange, VPN and Wi-Fi. The company’s app catalog allows enterprises to distribute and perform updates to applications across multiple types of smartphones. It also has an SDK library for building secure apps with single sign-on, certificate authentication, app passcodes and lock and wipe capabilities. AirWatch offers flexible deployment options with Software as a Service (SaaS), appliance or on-premise solutions.

“AirWatch is aggressively investing to build the best team in mobile security and device management. Ultimately, we differentiate by the experience, knowledge and exceptional service we bring to our clients,” said John Marshall, CEO, AirWatch. “We will continue to accelerate our investments in people, processes and technology to rapidly develop new and innovative security capabilities.”

AirWatch has more than 75 international employees with global offices in the UK, Australia and India and a fully multilingual solution supporting more than 15 languages. In April, Gartner Inc. positioned AirWatch in the “Leader” quadrant of its Mobile Device Management Software Magic Quadrant 2011. AirWatch was also recently selected as the winner of a 2011 Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Hot Ticket Award in the category “Hottest Bootstrap.” The NVTC Hot Ticket Awards recognize technology companies that exhibit great vision, the ability to implement and deliver an innovative management approach.

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