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bigtincan Showcases Strong Growth Heading Into 2013

Subscription Bookings Grew by More Than 1,000 Percent in 2012 as Market for Enterprise Grade Mobile Content Management Technology Explodes

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/31/13 -- bigtincan, the enterprise content and productivity hub for mobile devices, announced today that the company has seen an impressive 1,026 percent subscription bookings growth over the past 12 months. The company's success stems directly from the growing adoption of bigtincan hub, the company's flagship solution that's significantly improving the productivity and efficiency of mobile workforce.

bigtincan hub offers employees on the road immediate access to all their business content from anywhere -- intelligently prioritized and with the unique ability to easily edit, share and collaborate directly on the iPad without having to switch applications. In 2012 alone, bigtincan saw a 10x increase its customer base, added four new offices around the world and saw particular traction in several industries including healthcare, automotive and telecommunications.

"With more than 100 customers conducting business across six continents, our secure, intelligent and social mobile solution is driving BYOD adoption and improving enterprises' efficiency around the globe," said David Keane, CEO/managing director of bigtincan. "Thousands of users rely on bigtincan hub every day in order to close deals and drive business and we're consistently developing new, innovative ways to improve their experience and productivity."

bigtincan's ahead-of-the-curve technology is significantly improving employees' workflow with context-aware capabilities that drive productivity for mobile workers. And according to Gartner's recent report, Effects of Mobility on Information Management(1), "The future of mobile computing will be context-aware computing with mobile applications adjusting to the user's location, identity and past behaviors. Contextual mobile applications will lead to new user experiences that will be simple, visually attractive, compelling and interactive."

bigtincan also strengthened its grip on the market in 2012 by developing several partnerships with key mobility and telecom players such as Apperian, AT&T and Singapore Telecom Group. The company expanded its global footprint with offices in Boston, Paris, Singapore and Tokyo, and was also selected by a variety of enterprises that include networking giant Cisco, health-focused organizations such as Hologic and Merck, and most recently, the award-winning auto dealership Jones Junction.

"Car sales people are not techies by any means," said Bryan Kilby at Jones Junction. "bigtincan hub's easy-to-use interface allowed our sales team to access, edit and share every type of file out there. Even better, it gave us the power to push the most valuable, up-to-date content to their iPad instantly. No need to fumble through and search for the right document in front of the customer. Everything is front-and-center on the iPad, ranked in order of value or priority."

Additionally, bigtincan made several noteworthy strategic hires in 2012 including:

  • Patrick Welch as President and Chief Operating Officer -- seasoned mobile and B2B technology executive
  • Barry Bycoff as Chairman of the Board -- award-winning entrepreneur and investor with decades of experience and industry expertise

"2012 was a fantastic year for bigtincan and we're off to an incredibly impressive start in 2013," added Keane. "bigtincan hub is the central nervous system of enterprise mobility strategy and we're excited about the potential we have this year as mobile platforms like the iPad continue to gain speed in the enterprise and become more of the standard."

(1) Gartner Inc., "Effects of Mobility on Information Management," August 17, 2012, Roxane Edjlali, Nick Jones and Joao Tapadinhas.

ABOUT BIGTINCAN
bigtincan is the enterprise content and productivity hub for mobile devices that's intelligent, secure and social. The company's solution helps enterprises maximize the profitability and productivity of its remote workforce by arming them with everything that they need to do business on the road. bigtincan's technology gives remote workers real-time content access and intelligence that ensures that they are leveraging the most relevant and up-to-date information. The solution allows users to access business documents, local and corporate applications, rich web content, videos and more -- all from a single, intuitive application regardless of network connection status.

bigtincan's customers span a wide range of industries including government, healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, technology and more. With Global headquarters in Boston and offices in Singapore, Paris, and Sydney, bigtincan is a global leader in mobile technology. For more information, please visit www.bigtincan.com or follow @bigtincan on Twitter.

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