Appdome Expands Executive Team And Establishes Silicon Valley Presence

Mobile Application Security Leader Sets Sights on Enabling Codeless Integration Across Any Mobile Application

AppDome, a leading mobile application integration services company, has appointed former Badgeville Executive Chairman Tom Tovar as its Chief Executive Officer. In this role, Tovar will lead the evolution and growth of AppDome into a codeless application integration services company.  AppDome is also expanding its executive team with industry leaders in the mobility, security and cloud service markets.

AppDome, rated a Cool Vendor in Mobile Security by Gartner in 2015, will now offer its solution as a codeless mobile application integration service. Tovar is a go-to-market veteran with more than 20 years of leadership, sales and product experience in technology, cloud, SaaS, enterprise and security industries. Under his leadership, the company plans to apply its solution to several market areas including security, and offer mobile developers and application owners a new way to enhance, manage and connect their apps to 3rd party services.

“The enterprise needs mobile development and integration services that make it easy and seamless to connect apps to a wide range of external, cloud, and other services,” Tovar said.  “By transforming the core of our platform into a SaaS solution, we allow integration points to be implemented at breakneck speed without forcing customers to build to SDKs or complete long-lead source code level integrations.”

AppDome’s technology team led by Founder and Chief Technology Officer Avi Yehuda has been delivering enterprise-grade mobile security solutions since 2012. Today, AppDome’s cutting-edge technological developments ensure end-to-end mobile application protection, providing an essential shield that secures enterprise and consumer-facing apps from advanced cyber threats, mobile fraud and data leakage.

“It’s an exciting shift,” Yehuda said. “We’re super excited to apply our technology to critical pain points across the mobile landscape and change the way mobile apps are developed and deployed by the enterprise.”

Brian Contos, AppDome’s new VP of Customer Engagement, joins AppDome from Securonix, where he was Vice President and Chief Security Strategist. Contos began his career in security with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and later Bell Labs before helping to take several companies through successful IPOs and acquisitions including Riptech, ArcSight, Imperva, McAfee and Solera Networks. He is an author, speaker and frequently featured in the media.

Stephen Philip, AppDome’s new VP of Marketing joins AppDome from Aerohive Networks, where he served as the VP of Marketing.  At Aerohive, Philip launched the company, built the marketing organization and drove marketing campaigns that lead to Aerohive’s growth rate from $0 to an annualized run-rate of over $130M. Prior to Aerohive Networks, Stephen had senior marketing and product marketing roles at Juniper, NetScreen and 3Com.

Chris Roeckl, AppDome’s new VP of Partner Sales, joins AppDome with deep experience in enterprise mobility, networking and security. He comes to AppDome from Pulse Secure, a leading in mobility and secure access solutions, and before that served at companies including NetScreen Technologies, AirMagnet and Fluke Networks.  Roeckl an extensive background in GTM strategy and execution, business development and all aspects of inbound and outbound marketing.

“Menlo Ventures and the entire investor group couldn’t be more pleased with the team we’ve assembled,” said Avery More, AppDome’s Chairman and Menlo Ventures Partner. “Under Tom’s leadership we have the type of visionary company we like to invest in.”

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