It is interested to see mobile development move focus from consumer to business customers. For business apps, integration with existing service, data modeling, business rules, workflow, SDLM are important. I am interested in this platform.
Mendix, an app builder platform for the enterprise, has closed a $25 million Series B, led by Battery Ventures. Existing investor Prime Ventures also participated. Mendix raised a $13 million Series A back in 2011, according to CrunchBase. It was founded back in 2005.
Mendix’s platform aims to make it faster and easier for businesses to develop, deploy and manage mobile and web apps. (For acronym collectors, the space where Mendix plays is called aPaaS: aka application platform as a service.)
Its platform aims to speed up dev times by simplifying the development process using features such as visual workflows, to make it easier to add logic and business rules to apps; a drag-and-drop form builder for web and mobile interfaces; and an app store were users can download pre-built components, themes, widgets and entire apps.
Mendix claims the platform enables business applications to be developed and deployed as much as…
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