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We've supported 15 startups in 14 months, 7 are launched, 3 in development and 5 were strategy/investor product

We provide end-to-end solutions to startups for all their mobile app requirements, saving them time and delivering them great value for money.

As mobile partners we are involved with Startups right from the early discovery stages as well as continuing to help them with strategy, planning and nurturing their businesses. We help Startups understand how mobile apps affect productivity and increase the ROI of their fledgling businesses.

Discovery and planning workshop

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Understanding the role of mobile in your business is vital, to ensure that your strategy delivers on key objectives. For Example our discovery workshops and planning support will help startups determine the role of mobile with us guiding them through the process.

 

Learn more about the Startups we have worked with

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Technology based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been helping transform a diverse set of industries, with large conglomerates like Apple, Google, Samsung, Fidelity, RBS, and IBM having already shown interest in it. Amazon has likewise launched an AI-based speaker, the Echo, which connects to the cloud and responds to voice commands on everything from managing to-do lists to playing one's favourite songs.

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Towards the end of January, 2017, Google acquired the developer platform, Fabric, the idea being that the combined business would help mobile teams build better apps, better understand their users and ultimately grow their companies. Included was a set of developer tools called fastlane, created through an open source project, which were already being used by thousands of development teams to automate both the building and the release of iPhone and Android apps.

Free Whitepaper

We envisage that VR will influence a wide range of fields, from medicine to military, education to entertainment, health to homes… The list goes on.

This white paper deals in depth with VR’s offering, its varied application across diverse fields, its market potential, the factors that will drive its growth and the potential challenges along the way. Topics include:

  • Drivers contributing to the growth of VR
  • How do the numbers stack?

  • Challenges for VR ahead
  • The Way forward

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