AppSense Plans for IPO, Taps Goldman, JPM, Citi

AppSense, a maker of remote-access software for big corporations, has tapped bankers to plan an initial public offering, according to people close to the deal.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc., which invested in AppSense last year, is working with the company to help it prepare an IPO filing, along with Citigroup Inc. and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., these people said. The deal is still in its early stages, and is planned for next year, said the people, who said no pricing or valuation has yet been targeted.

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