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Company moving into new Boston headquarters to accommodate rapid growth

Boston, MA, May 11, 2011 – Apperian, Inc., a provider of cloud-­‐based mobile application management for the enterprise, today announced it has added several executives to its management team and is moving to significantly expanded headquarters space in Boston. A month after landing $9.5 million in financing, the company is poised to aggressively pursue opportunities in the enterprise mobile application management market. Executives now part of the team are Brian Day, Chief Financial Officer, Alan Murray, Senior VP, Products, and Patrick Welch, VP, Sales. They join Cimarron Buser, VP, Product Marketing and Rob Friedman, Director of Engineering who joined last year. To accommodate its rapid growth, the company also announced that it is moving into new headquarters at 321 Summer Street in Boston. “Our expanded management team is aggressively pushing the company into the rapidly growing market for secure, enterprise mobile applications,” said David Patrick, Apperian CEO. “Our Enterprise App Services Environment (EASE) is the only platform that gives developers and IT professionals faster app creation, easy test and deployment, and a completely familiar user experience.” Brian Day brings to Apperian 20+ years of experience in financial and operational functions with special strengths in customer, partner and investor relations, contract negotiating and general management activities. He joins the company from, where he was CFO, and held prior financial and general management positions with venture-­‐backed startups, including SiCortex, Inc., Gomez, Inc. and Octave Communications. Patrick Welch has more than 16 years experience building sales teams at startups. Prior to Apperian, he was senior vice president for worldwide sales at Aveksa where he helped the company grow by more than 5,000 percent over a 4-­‐year period. He also held sales management and business development positions at Netegrity, where he helped grow sales to more than $100 million. Cimarron Buser has more than 25 years experience providing creative and visionary leadership for products and services in the technology, web and mobile areas, and created the first iPhone magazine. Previous experience includes stints at Texterity and FaxNet, a company that was sold for $240 million to Critical Path. Alan Murray has spent 20 years designing and bringing to market innovative software solutions. Before joining Apperian, Murray was VP, Product Marketing at Novell, where he oversaw the company’s Systems and Resource Management and Identity Security and Management units. The head of Apperian’s product development and technology organization, Rob Friedman has worked in the software and mobile industry for more than 25 years. He previously led mobile engineering teams at SaaS companies such as Vlingo and Groove Mobile. At Vlingo, he helped deliver mobile client applications for several mobile phone manufacturers that expanded the company’s reach to millions of new users. Apperian, Inc., the mobile application management (MAM) company, brings enterprise apps to a new level of productivity with its Enterprise App Services Environment (EASE). For developers who create, and IT professionals who deploy and manage mobile applications in the enterprise, Apperian’s EASE is a cloud-­‐based MAM platform that provides a developer SDK, templates for creating native apps, rapid provisioning, secure deployment and an easy update process, all via a client branded app catalog. Apperian customers include Cisco Systems, Procter & Gamble, The Estee Lauder Companies, Talecris Biotherapeutics, and NetApp. For more information: Kristen Wiltse 978­‐927‐1747