The group raised £9mln when it joined AIM in June to fund a commercial ramp-up of its platform following three years of research and development work.
Some 10,000 businesses and individuals have now registered interest in the platform, which monitors where apps are being sold, what the competition is doing and where an app could be sold.
Using the funds raised at IPO, the aim is to convert these licensed users into paying customers following the public launch of the appScatter platform later this year, said Philip Marcella, chief executive.
Plans progressing well
“Plans to officially open the appScatter platform to all businesses involved in developing or publishing mobile apps are progressing well.
“Alongside the public platform launch, appScatter's new automated payment system will become fully functional, which will reduce the need for traditional invoicing as well as reducing our debtor collection period.”
Revenues in the half year to June were £875,000 from zero a year ago, while there was a loss of £2.31mln.
Shares, which were listed at 65p, rose 5.1p to 71.1p.