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Today, two significant trends in corporate IT are reshaping not only how technology companies develop and deliver their products and services, but also the role that technology plays in the operations of organizations across all industries.

1. The consumerization of IT in the workplace has evolved beyond informal “Bring Your Own Device” policies, with employees now asking their employers to accommodate their preferences for the latest technologies. Consumer technology products are so ubiquitous and advanced in people’s personal lives that employees now expect the same innovative quality and ease of use with enterprise technology at work. Without integrated devices and social technologies, it will be difficult for businesses to encourage organization-wide collaboration and efficiency should legacy tools be retained.

2. Disruption and innovation as caused by the adoption of digital technologies have propelled some companies to meteoric success while contributing to the demise of others. Even companies once viewed as innovative have often failed to respond to disruption in the market, hanging on to legacy business models and outdated systems. The cycles of innovation are occurring faster and faster. The ability of a company to keep up with these changes will determine how business contends with the challenges of tomorrow. Digital transformation through SMAC gives businesses an advantage over the competition in winning the battle for the future


The Mobile Web is bringing users closer and closer to businesses and giving businesses the opportunity to interact with their customers in much more engaging ways. The Mobile Web is made possible by wireless data networks, smartphones and tablets, but truly excels when businesses take advantage of the user’s context (who, what when, where and how) to deliver robust, context-aware business services. High context interactions lead to higher customer engagement and satisfaction in using the service.

Our offerings include: 

  • M-commerce and Consumer Application Development

  • Enterprise Mobile User Experience Enhancement and Engagement

  • Native and Hybrid Mobile Application Development

  • Mobile Testing and QA

  • Enterprise Mobility Management

  • Security Architecture, Audit and Controls

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