Pyxis Mobile looks to Expand Global Reach Through Partnership with Keane

By Tony Rizzo — December 05, 2011

Mobile applications development platform vendor Pyxis Mobilehas announced a new implementation collaboration with Keane, an NTT DATA company and information technology (IT) services firm. With over 12,500 professionals in 11 countries, Keane will now deliver Pyxis Mobile’s comprehensive mobile application development solutions to businesses within a large international setting.
 
As enterprise mobility continues to gain momentum, a growing number of large companies are actively looking for solutions to deliver mobile apps to their employees and customers. Businesses are increasingly turning to IT consulting firms for ways to bypass the complex challenges associated with mobile application development. This trend has created a tremendous opportunity for Pyxis Mobile as companies such as Keane are leveraging its software platform to help customers meet their mobility goals.
 
"Through this implementation partnership, Pyxis Mobile and Keane will help businesses across the globe simplify even the most complex data integration requirements in order to quickly and cost-effectively build mobile applications for their enterprise," said Shamlan Siddiqi of Keane’s Systems and Solutions Architecture Practice. "Our industry proven expertise in working with a wide variety of systems makes us an ideal partner to assist with the implementation of the Pyxis Mobile platform."
 
Keane leverages over 45 years of experience in application services, infrastructure, and business process outsourcing in order to meet clients' complex system integration requirements and mobile development needs. By partnering with Pyxis Mobile, Keane will empower its customers so they can build, deploy and manage their mobile apps quickly and easily.

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