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Moovweb Appoints Hampton Catlin as Chief Technology OfficerSeizing the Mobile Enterprise Opportunity, Inventor of Sass and Creator of Wikipedia Mobile Leads Innovation of the Moovweb Platform (September 05, 2013)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - September 05, 2013) - Moovweb, a leader in enterprise mobility and Responsive Delivery, announced the appointment of Hampton Catlin as Chief Technology Officer. A technical visionary and respected leader in the mobile and web development community, Catlin will drive Moovweb's next generation platform and tools for enterprise developers, lead innovation across the organization, and assess new technologies.
"We're honored to have Hampton lead the technical direction of Moovweb", said Ajay Kapur, Moovweb's CEO and Founder. "He's made great contributions to web development prior to joining Moovweb and his vision of having an even greater impact on enterprise mobile and web development is quickly becoming a reality as some of the world's largest companies adopt Responsive Delivery through the Moovweb platform."
Innovation is part of Catlin's DNA: Catlin is the inventor of Sass, the world's first CSS pre-processor, and the Haml markup language. He is also the creator of Wikipedia Mobile and spent three years at Wikimedia Foundation, creating and refining Wikipedia's mobile experience.Catlin brought Wikipedia to mobile devices in 30 different languages and accumulated over one billion pages a month. In addition to Sass and Wikipedia Mobile, Catlin created Dictionary!, one of the most popular iPhone applications ever built, boasting over 50 million downloads on the iPhone, Android and WebOS. Additionally, Catlin was a partner at Unspace Interactive.
"With Sass and Haml, I've made a career out of empowering web developers and designers to really make an impact in organizations," said Hampton Catlin, Moovweb's CTO. "I am honored to continue that journey with the Moovweb platform, and build a world-class product and organization."
Through Responsive Delivery, the Moovweb platform empowers businesses to go mobile by taking a fundamentally different approach to unifying their web and mobile development. With Moovweb, a business's mobile sites and apps inherit and stay in sync with a desktop site's content, features and business logic. This approach allows powerful mobile experiences to be delivered in days, not months and drives radically improved business agility over time.
Moovweb is a next generation mobile platform for Responsive Delivery. Moovweb transforms desktop sites in real time for phones, tablets, kiosks, and future touch-points. Moovweb eliminates the need to maintain multiple sites or technology stacks, dramatically cutting cost and improving business agility. Enterprise developers, design agencies, and systems integrators can use Moovweb to deliver mobile sites and apps faster and improve their mobile experiences more quickly. The Moovweb platform is one of the world's busiest, with more than 15 billion mobile pages transformed this year alone for many of the world's largest mobile sites and apps, including Macy's, 1-800-FLOWERS.com, Sur la Table, Golfsmith, Vitacost, Kroger, Accenture, Cox Communications, Chico's, Sharpie and dozens of others. Moovweb is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in New York and London.
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