According to an SEC filing today, Atlanta-based enterprise software testing company Mobile Labs has raised $2,962,729 from undisclosed investors in an equity financing.
The company was founded in 2011 and is lead by President & CEO Don Addington. Advisory board members include Neil Edwards, who is President of PangoUSA in New York. According to the Mobile Labs LinkedIn page, has grown to 12 employees.
The company provides secure 24/7 testing for enterprise mobile applications on private internal cloud infrastructure while managing applications, devices, users and test plans in the enterprise test lab. While many testing tools exist for consumer apps, Mobile Labs appears to be focused on the closed environment and unique needs of larger organizations.
Earlier today Mobile Labs was named as a finalist for the CTIA E-Tech Awards in the Enterprise Solution – Mobile Cloud category, with final awards to be announced later this month. In an official announcement CEO Don Addington said:
“Recognition as a CTIA E-Tech Awards Finalist is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team at Mobile Labs,” commented Don Addington, CEO, Mobile Labs. “deviceConnect provides IT with an easy-to-use interface to manage all of their mobile testing assets and 24×7 remote access with a secure, private cloud. With deviceConnect even the most confidential enterprise app data can be tested with no concern for data breaches via accidental access over a public cloud.”
I will update this post as I learn more about who the investors are.