Telecom Lead Team:
Antenna Software, a software provider for enterprises to build, manage and
publish mobile apps and websites, has experienced strong business momentum in the
enterprise mobility market in 2011.
year, Antenna Software acquired Internet software company Volantis
Systems, making Antenna the only mobile solutions provider that can provide
both native and web apps, as well as mobile optimized websites, to address the
needs of all users across all device platforms.
was an exceptional year for Antenna, as more enterprises embraced the
transformative power of mobility across all areas of the business. With the
acquisition of Volantis and our focus on product innovation and the success of
our customers, Antenna has positioned itself at the forefront of the industry,”
said Jim Hemmer, president and CEO of Antenna.
added a significant number of new customers across key verticals and
geographies to its roster in 2011, including VR Group (Finnish Railways) and
Posten Logistiks AB. Existing customers such as Hallmark and Royal Bank of Scotlandalso
completed rollouts of innovative mobile applications this year.
continued expanding its global footprint by inking reseller agreements and
go-to-market strategies with industry leaders Dell and HP, as well as ConSafe
Logistics, Huenei, Malam Systems and Swisscom for sales acceleration in key
Building on its strategic reseller relationship with
AT&T, Antenna has recorded significant new business for the AT&T Mobile
Enterprise Applications Platform (MEAP) including Stifel, Nicolaus &
Company. In addition, Antenna managed successful roll outs of mobile apps at
Amtrak and Cushman & Wakefield, to name a few.
launched Volt, which addresses enterprises’ security and management
requirements when deploying work-related mobile web apps on personal or
corporate-issued iPhones and Android devices. Additionally, the company
announced that the AMP Web Server now supports more than 9,000 different
devices, reaffirming Antenna’s ability to support any end-user need.
further solidified its presence in key emerging markets, announcing a new
office and expansion plans in Bangalore and Pune, India,
respectively, and expanded engineering and operational base in Krakow,
Poland, increasing headcount there by nearly 25 percent.