ObjectWave Launches Mobile App Dev, Consulting Services

— December 01, 2010

ObjectWave Corporation, a provider of mission-critical enterprise level systems for over 20 years, recently launched ObjectWave - On the Go, designed to help enterprises bring their mobile strategies to market rapidly through mobile application development, consulting, and management services. ObjectWave - On the Go helps enterprises in many areas including: field integration to corporate databases, field data collection, sales force automation, mobile ordering, customer relationship management, personnel tracking/safety global information systems (GPS) and cross-platform mobile solutions.
 
Sam Cinquegrani, ObjectWave founder and CEO, says, "Today enterprises are looking to determine and execute their mobile strategies at a rapid rate. Whether a company is trying to reduce process costs and improve operational efficiency or open up new avenues to increase sales, mobile solutions help companies increase workforce productivity and create new revenue."
 
ObjectWave - On the Go customized mobile solutions are designed, developed, and delivered using the latest mobile software and hardware technologies and can help to transform business operations. Creating a mobile strategy allows elimination of paper forms with a handheld device, better field personnel management and communication, decreased manual data errors by automating and validating field data collection, reduction in back office workload with better frontline capabilities, and replacement of costly and bulky laptops with smaller, more mobile devices.
 
ObjectWave strives for always engineering/architecting re-usable applications and when possible making them cross platform in order to reduce cost and time to market. The company accomplishes this by leveraging years of experience in building complex multi-tiered systems and by leveraging existing/proven and new technologies and methodologies. ObjectWave's architecture approach addresses limitations of the smartphones and creates services to enhance the mobile nature of the smartphone user and gives enterprises an integration point to extend their enterprise systems to the mobile environment. 

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