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10 Fastest Growing Mobility Companies 2017

10 Fastest Growing Mobility Companies 2017


Company Management Description
Kellton Tech Niranjan Chintam, Executive Chairman Over the years, Kellton Tech has grown by leaps and bounds and now has over 200 clients ranging from start-ups to early stage, enterprises, and Fortune 1000 companies. Using its flagship product, KLGAME™ (Kellton Tech Location based Gamification, Analytics and rich Messaging Engine), the company has helped clients across the globe think disruptively about their business in a cost effective manner.


Ronald W. Hovsepian,
CEO & Director
Intralinks Holdings, Inc. founded in 1996, is a global technology provider of inter-enterprise content management and collaboration solutions. Its products serve the enterprise collaboration and strategic transaction markets, enabling the exchange, control, and management of information between organizations.


Co-Founder &
Marketing Director
Fueled builds business, mobile applications that make money. It’s no coincidence the apps they have built have generated over $500 million in revenue for the clients. Its apps featured in Google Play and Apple App store over a dozen times and have topped paid and free charts in multiple countries and languages.
Jeff Gordy,
President & Co-Owner
As the most robust nonprofit CRM, Neon offers a wide range of features that help all types of organizations further their missions. Grow your mission with a database focused on people, not transactions. Create donation forms, engage donors, plan events, manage memberships, and track volunteers – all with the most robust cloud-based software made specifically for nonprofits. 
Fatpipe Networks Ragula Bhaskar, President & CEO FatPipe is the world’s most innovative creator of WAN redundancy technology, router clustering, which affords companies automatic and dynamic failover of a downed data line connection due to a WAN component or service failure.
WidePoint  Corporation  Jeffrey O. Nyweide, CEO & President WidePoint Corporation is a leading provider of wireless mobility management and cybersecurity solutions. Identity Access Management, Multi-Factor Authentication and Critical Response Management offer advanced information technology through its innovative solutions to the government and commercial markets.
Openwave Mobility John Giere,
President & CEO
Openwave Mobility has deployed all-IP traffic solutions with over 40 of the world’s largest service providers, and has a global presence headquartered in Silicon Valley California. Openwave Mobility is owned by Marlin Equity Partners, a leading investment firm with over two billion dollars of capital under management that has publicly committed to building the company through expanded investment in R&D. 
Brindley  Technologies
Ninaad Mehta,
Brindley Technologies is one of the renowned brands in the IT Sector. We are a multinational Systems Integrator company (IT / ITeS services, Technology, Outsourcing, Offshoring, Consultancy, Infrastructure / ICT and Product Engineering) with global headquarters in Bombay, India & Americas headquarters in New York, USA with customers in 51+ countries across wide range of sectors.


Dimitry Malinsky, CEO With Intratem’s Wireless Expense Management service it will proactively optimize wireless accounts without switching carriers, extending contracts, or requiring you to buy any additional equipment. Most importantly, without any adverse effect on the end-user experience. 
SyncDog Inc    Jonas Gyllensvaan, Founder & CEO SyncDog leading independent software vendor (ISV) for building secure infrastructure frameworks that protect enterprise networks from cyber breach from mobile computing sources. The SentinelSecure product line for application containerization and IoT (Internet of Things) module monitoring provide the industry’s most proactive approach to securing enterprise mobility computing.