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San Jose, CA, United States, 2009/09/17 - AppVoyage is the online platform for Brands and retailers to build and accelerate their mobile, social media presence with engaging, immersive applications and campaigns using web technologies.
AppVoyage launches cloud service and AppPod studio to publish mobile applications and contextual widgets for Brands and retailers at Techcrunch50.
AppVoyage is the first and only award-winning on-line platform for Brands and retailers to build and accelerate their mobile, social media presence with engaging, immersive applications and campaigns using web technologies.
AppVoyage publishing includes continuous cloud services to push contextual content, notifications, social media connectivity, mobile application security and analytics to monitor, and manage application life cycle for Brands, retailers etc.
AppVoyage founder, CEO Sagar Golla says, “Every mobile phone would be a smart phone in the very near future and everything that is digital will be mobilized into mobile application for easy consumption, AppVoyage is well positioned to take advantage of this market transition. We have been working on this vision even before the advent of app stores.”
AppVoyage (appvoyage.com) is mobile application Infrastructure Company that uses cloud technologies and easy to use platform for marketers to build their mobile and social media presence rapidly. AppVoyage was founded by pioneers in web application security, SaaS and prolific rich Internet and mobile application developers. Based in Silicon Valley, AppVoyage solution is being used by Universities, ad-networks, and wireless carrier infrastructure companies. AppPod and contextual content delivery platform are trademarks of AppVoyage Inc.
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