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Wednesday June 26, 2013

Oakley Door

Our team has grown and we’ve also moved into new premises (well, we knocked through to next door). We have also established a dedicated in-house creative division headed up by a highly experienced Creative Director who has launched many successful on and offline campaigns for Dell, HP and Cisco to name just a few.

As the mobile landscape changes, the success of mobile tools are reliant on the sum of the parts ahead of the in-app experience; the marketing proposition, the website, the content etc. So in addition to app development our creative division enables us to offer a range of new services, such as responsive website development, brand design & direction, concept and marketing proposition, content production (animation, video, voiceovers), ePublications and eMarketing.

Read our I Get You Pro case study to discover how the creative division pooled their skills to launch the world’s first psychometric business tool.

As a sign of our commitment to the mobile industry, we are excited to become shareholders in AME Communication. AME offer a suite of mobile solutions that assist the partially blind & deaf. We will see the launch of AME Site & AME Hear Mobile services in July and we will update you in the next issue of OMNI. In the mean time you can read more here.

Our experienced technical team continue to push the boundaries in advancing technologies like augmented reality. But we pride ourselves on focusing on the business value of these technologies – not just the ‘wow factor’. As a result, we were asked to be the official Augmented Reality partner to the Internet World 2013 expo, an accolade we were very proud of. Read more about our Keynote AR app featuring the BBC’s Kate Russell here.

Overall, our ambitions remain focused on ensuring we continue to support and advise our customers in their own mobile strategies, forging new relationships for growth and continually challenging ourselves in the evolution of Mobile technology. But never losing sight of how mobile can add incremental value to businesses.

Written by Barry R at 00:00