Symphony Teleca Corporation Debuts at Mobile World Congress
Offering services such as iOS, BBOS and Android devices, including innovative solutions for medication compliance, transportation, CRM, e-recruitment, restaurant and online order generation systems, the company will demonstrate solutions that enable customers to create, deploy and manage applications for different platforms.
An automotive app store also will be demonstrated to show when offering connected incremental services, how a vehicle manufacturer or in-car entertainment system company can use an app store.
“Enterprise and consumer software, along with cloud and mobile technologies, are at the beginning of a significant convergence and transformation, changing the way products are built, commercialized and operated across an array of networks and personal devices,” said Sanjay Dhawan, CEO of Symphony Teleca Corporation. “Our ‘coming-out party’ of sorts, at Mobile World Congress promises to show how Symphony Teleca is already working in unison to solve traditional and contemporary development and commercialization challenges”
Facilitating people to better live, work and play connected, Symphony Teleca will feature its software solutions and services. Using real-world customer-specific solutions and product innovations developed for platforms such as Android (News - Alert), iOS, WinPhone and MeeGo for enterprises and consumer electronics markets, as well as telecom operators and mobile device manufacturers, the company will offer live demos, showcasing the company’s joint capabilities and value added services for a wide range of industries and customers.
Symphony Services and Teleca recently announced that they would merge to form a new company known as Symphony Teleca Corporation. Both companies have signed a classic merger agreement, which has been mutually accepted by the board of directors, to launch a services firm for creating software and mobility solutions for the connected world. The strengths and assets of each company will be leveraged to create a company which will help to change software, connected devices and enterprise mobility.
Edited by Jennifer Russell