Monkton Launches Mission Mobility Suite of App Dev’t Offerings

Mobile technology firm Monkton has unveiled its Mission Mobility platform intended to help agencies build apps through the company’s app-development offerings and a range of commercial technology.

The Mission Mobility suite covers device and app management, cloud, security testing and identity verification capabilities from the company’s partners that may result in benefits such as faster workflows, remote access and rapid data collection, Monkton said Tuesday.

The platform’s users can access app-related tools from Amazon Web Services, Samsung, VerizonGitLab, NowSecure, SurePassID, MobileIron, Onfido, Duo and Box.

Chris Gorman, chief operating officer of Monkton, said the pre-packed app creation suite allows agencies and other entities to create mission-enabling and policy-compliant apps in months instead of years.

“It’s a black box delivering speed and ease of use while simultaneously meeting compliance standards and creating a modern infrastructure with repeatable processes,” added Monkton CEO Harold Smith.

Monkton is a provider of mobile development platforms based in Tysons, Va.

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