Mobile Applications and Platforms

The use of mobile Internet technology is already widespread, with more than 1.1 billion people currently using smartphones and tablets. The rapid and enthusiastic adoption of these devices has demonstrated that mobile Internet technology is far more than just another way to go online and browse. Equipped with Internet-enabled mobile computing devices and apps for almost any task, people increasingly go about their daily routines using new ways to understand, perceive, and interact with the world. In a remarkably short time, mobile Internet capability has become a feature in the lives of millions of people, who have developed a stronger attachment to their smartphones and tablets than to any previous computer technology.


New mobile software and apps offer a wide range of capabilities, effectively placing the capabilities of an array of gadgets (including PCs) in a mobile package that provides voice calling, Internet access, navigation, gaming, health monitoring, payment processing, and cloud access. We estimate that for the applications we have sized, the mobile Internet could generate annual economic impact of $3.7�trillion to $10.8�trillion globally by 2025. This value would come from three main sources: improved delivery of services, productivity increases in select work categories, and the value from Internet use for the new Internet users who are likely to be added in 2025, assuming that they will use wireless access either all or part of the time.


Our Mobile competencies started in 2002 with Microsoft Windows CE based software development. We released our first Windows CE Visual Basic software for Sales agents in New York. Ever since, we pioneered in the development of Mobile Applications. Today, as mobile applications increasingly complex, we pioneered in delivering Mobile Computing architectures with Cloud Computing.

Aside from our general expertise in iOS, Android and Windows Mobile Phone platforms, we have particularly deep experience in the following areas:

  • Mobile Applications for limited Connectivity
  • Data Analytics (Clinical Trials & World Health Organization Developments)
  • Mobile Fragments - Mobile & Tablet Standards (HTML5)
  • Mobile RESTFul Web Services
  • Hardware Sensor Integration

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