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Mendix

Mendix
Type Private
Industry Platform as a service
Cloud computing
Agile Software Development
Enterprise Software
Founded 2005
Headquarters Rotterdam, Netherlands
Boston, Massachusetts
London, United Kingdom
Johannesburg, South Africa
Key people Derek Roos, CEO
Marcel Karssen, CFO
Johan den Haan, CTO
Products
Employees Approximately 150 (2013)
Website www.mendix.com

Mendix is a Dutch enterprise application platform company which has developed a platform as a service product called the Mendix App Platform. The cloud-based platform allows users to build, integrate and deploy web and mobile applications. These applications can be built either from the ground up or as a layer on top of existing legacy systems.[1] Starting with version 4 of their app platform (which was released in the Spring of 2012), Mendix expanded the mobile capabilities of their product into the realm of a mobile enterprise application platform. The platform also includes project management through the use of fully integrated social collaboration.[2]

History

The company was founded in The Netherlands in 2005[3] and moved its headquarters to the United States in early 2008.[4]

In October 2011, Mendix raised $13 million with its first round of venture capital funding.[5]

In January 2014, Mendix has closed a $25 million Series B, led by Battery Ventures.[6]

References

  1. ^ Erin Kutz, “Five Facts about Mendix, Another Cloud Enterprise App Startup,” Xconomy, March 2012
  2. ^ Josette Rigsby, “Mendix Brings Social Collaboration to Project Management,” CMSWire, May 2011
  3. ^ Leena Rao, “Mendix Helps Enterprises Streamline Application Deployment,” TechCrunch, April 2009
  4. ^ Christopher Calnan, “Dutch software firm Mendix set to move to Cambridge,” Mass High Tech, December 2007
  5. ^ Sean Ludwig, “Mendix grabs $13M to fuel fast enterprise app development,” VentureBeat, October 2011
  6. ^ Natasha Lomas, "Mendix, An App-Builder Platform For The Enterprise, Closes $25M Series B Led By Battery Ventures," TechCrunch, January 2014
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