|Industry||Enterprise mobility management software|
|Founded||2003in Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
Number of employees
VMware AirWatch is an Atlanta-based provider of enterprise mobility management (EMM) software and standalone management systems for content, applications and email.
AirWatch was founded in 2003 as Wandering WiFi by John Marshall, who served as president and CEO. Alan Dabbiere has been the chairman since 2006 . In February 2013, AirWatch received its first round of funding from Insight Venture Partners and Accel. In July 2013, the company acquired Motorola Solutions's MSP (Mobility Services Platform) seeking to extend its portfolio to ruggedized devices. On February 24, 2014 the company was acquired by VMware, Inc, and became rebranded as VMware AirWatch. In May 2018 the enterprise product was rebranded to Workspace ONE UEM with the release of version 9.4. The name AirWatch now remains only as part of AirWatch Express for the SMB market.
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