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Enterprise iOS Start-up Gets $9.5 Million

EASE currently works for iPad and iPhone, with Android support on the way

Apperian, which is in the business of getting companies to build, deploy and manage their own enterprise mobile apps using its cloud-based Enterprise App Services Environment (EASE), has gotten $9.5 million in VC money from North Bridge Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Kleiner Perkins' iFund, CommonAngels and LaunchCapital.

EASE currently works for iPad and iPhone, with Android support on the way.

Two-year-old Apperian creates an online store as the distribution point and handles security.

Total investment is now $11.4 million.

Customers include Estée Lauder, Cisco, NetApp and Proctor & Gamble.

A Goldman Sachs survey found two-thirds of CIOs expect to adopt tablets this year. Figure 11 million going to the enterprise.

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