Appcelerator doubles in size, adds new execs for cross-platform apps. Appcelerator’s success is accelerating.
The company, which has created a platform to let developers easily build software that runs across multiple devices, announced today that it has doubled in size since November, and that it is bringing on new sales and engineering executives. The news tells us that cross-platform application development is becoming even more of a priority to companies as smartphones become cheaper and more widely available, and tablets find their way into homes. The company says it now has 37 employees, up from 17 at the end of November. It’s primarily adding new employees in engineering and sales, but it’s also bringing on new people for support, marketing and professional services.
Trenton Truitt, former regional vice president for EMC’s Information Intelligence group, is joining as Appcelerator’s new VP of worldwide sales, while former Funambol operations VP Kincy Clark will serve as VP of customer engineering. Appcelerator Titanium mobile apps dev for iPhone & Android & desktop apps for Windows, Mac OS X & Linux from Web technologies.
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