California's fastest growing enterprise mobility company LogicNext Inc., announces operations ramp up to cater for high growth in mobility solutions demand.
October 22, 2012 (Newswire.com) - LogicNext Inc, a high growth corporation in enterprise mobility space for both b2b and b2c solutions, has announced that it will roll out new integration services and solutions for enterprise customers trying to harness the mobility boom. LogicNext is currently working with corporations globally providing them with the needed consulting and development support in their Mobility strategy implementation.
"We will make sure all our customers are ahead of the curve in the mobility game. Enterprise mobility has taken the worldwide business community by storm and we will ensure that we keep on ramping up our team of consultants and mobility architects to help corporations roll out mobility plans cost effectively and timely" said Jack Alepyan, Vice President of Sales at LogicNext Inc. The company is looking to hire 120 professionals over the next two quarters to meet the demand in development, integration and migration activities coming from its existing and new customers.
Companies around the world are facing the behemoth task of prioritizing their mobility strategy. In this weak global economic environment, one wrong move can cost millions of dollars. LogicNext Inc's CEO Amit Kanodia said "Our expertise in understanding the legacy systems helps us in their integration to mobility platforms. Existing sales processes, CRM, productivity applications, MDM, BYOD migration strategies need timely execution to leverage the enormous capabilities mobile platforms bring on the table".
LogicNext Inc. recently implemented a cloud based disaster information capture, assessment and reporting solution running on iPad, Android and Blackberry tablets. The movement in the enterprise mobility space is clearly forward and opportunity oriented. More about the enterprise mobility solutions provided by LogicNext can be read at www.logicnext.com/enterprise-mobility