“Andrew Glover is an industry leader with a proven track record of delivering innovative products to market, and we’re thrilled that he’s bringing his depth of technology experience to App47.”
Reston, VA (PRWEB) July 28, 2011
App47, an innovative provider of Mobile Application Management (MAM) solutions, today announced that the company has named Andrew Glover as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Glover is a 14-year IT veteran with extensive experience in software development process, techniques, and tools.
As CTO, Glover will drive product development for App47, which was founded to address the growing demand for enterprise-grade MAM.
With today’s enterprises aggressively deploying mobile applications to their teams and customers, the need for mobile App deployment, analytics, performance data, security, privacy, and remote configuration is vital. Recognizing that the mobile user experience is not about the device but the applications, App47 provides the only enterprise-grade tools to effectively and efficiently manage the complete mobile application lifecycle—delivered how enterprises need it: in the cloud.
“Andrew is an industry leader with a proven track record of delivering innovative products to market, and we’re thrilled that he’s bringing his depth of technology experience to App47,” said CEO and co-founder, Chris Schroeder. “He will be instrumental in growing App47’s position as the leading Mobile Application Management provider, pushing our product strategy forward and delivering timely and strategic business solutions to our customer base and prospects.”
Previously Glover was a partner with Beacon 50, helping organizations embrace the efficiencies of Web 2.0 technologies, and served as president of Stelligent in Reston, VA. He is also the former CTO of Vanward Technologies and gained experience in software development and engineering with Netwhistle.com, Phillips Electronics, and IBM. Glover co-authored the Addison-Wesley’s 2008 Jolt Award winner “Continuous Integration: Improving Software Quality and Reducing Risk,” Wiley’s “Java Testing Patterns,” and Manning’s “Groovy in Action.” He is a frequent author for multiple online publications and a regular speaker at worldwide conferences on topics such as collaborative development, continuous integration, behavior driven development, software assurance, and Agile engineering practices. He maintains a widely syndicated technology blog found at http://www.thediscoblog.com.
Glover holds a Bachelor of Science degree from George Mason University.
App47 unleashes the potential of enterprise mobility by providing application intelligence and management for enterprise mobile Apps. App47’s cloud-based mobile application management solution simplifies, streamlines, and automates the enterprise’s ability to deploy, manage, and analyze its mobile applications. As a result, enterprises are better able to ensure they are gaining the true business value from their mobile investments—without compromising the privacy of enterprise data. For more information on App47 please visit: http://app47.com/.
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