July 17 2017

The editorial board of the American technology magazine “CIOReview” has selected Terria Mobile as one of the “20 Most Promising ALM Solution Providers of 2017.”

The CIOReview “Top 20 ALM Providers” list is published yearly, honoring the 20 most promising application lifecycle management companies globally. With this award, Terria Mobile with its “LaunchBase – Mobile Experience Platform” is being recognized as a leader in mobile ALM solutions.

Jeevan George, managing editor of CIOReview comments: “Today mobile applications have become more dominating than ever and enterprises from all industries are constantly relying on this platform to boost existing revenue streams and unlock new ones. In such a scenario, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions that deliver governance, development, and maintenance for application software are pertinent for enterprises that are focusing on planning, portfolio management, and idea management.

With thousands of ALM solution providers in the industry today, finding the right solution is often critical for enterprises. Our salient panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts, and CIOReview editorial board have selected the top 20 ALM Solution Providers of 2017 with the ability to develop innovative technologies and methodologies while offering outstanding customer service. In our selection process, we looked at the vendors’ capabilities to fulfill the need for cost-effective and tactile solutions that add value to the
ALM landscape.”

Robin Wirz, CEO of Terria Mobile, is delighted: “For us it’s a great honor and we feel proud. The recognition of being amongst the “20 Most Promising ALM Solution Providers of 2017” affirms us that we’re on the right track with our LaunchBase™ mobile experience platform, enabling our customers to successfully mobilize their business and manage their app portfolio in a structured and efficient manner. Particularly our focus on mobile experience bears a huge potential, as the user experience is the key success factor of any mobile application. This is true for the entire corporate app portfolio, not only for marketing and other public apps, as through “consumerization” the demand for a great and mobile experience is driven deep into the enterprise.”

More Information: www.cioreview.com/terria_mobile

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