Mobile Technology Veterans Announce Ipanamea, the New Mobile Application Company for iPhone, iTouch and iPad

Ipanamea to specialize in personal productivity tools for iPhone*, iTouch* and iPad* combining artificial intelligence and interface design for mobile environment.

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By providing innovative, creative, and extremely efficient software, we strive to be an integral part of our customers’ life.

Miami (Vocus) February 19, 2010

An experienced team of high-tech engineers, developers, and marketers have joined forces to create Ipanamea, a privately owned software company determined to use the ever-growing technological capabilities of mobile applications to create revolutionary tools for personal productivity.

As the mobile application market floods with personal productivity tools, Ipanamea stands above the competition by offering cutting edge, intelligent software, using patented technology developed by their own highly experienced and innovative engineers and designers.
“Our goal at Ipanamea isn’t only to raise the bar of mobile applications;” said Bob Krief, CEO and Chief of Marketing at Ipanamea. “By providing innovative, creative, and extremely efficient software, we strive to be an integral part of our customers’ life.”

About Ipanamea
Ipanamea(http://www.ipanamea.com) is a privately owned software company that was founded by a team of talented high-tech engineers, developers and marketers, determined to use ever-growing technological capabilities to create revolutionary personal productivity tools. Today, Ipanamea is changing the landscape of personal productivity tools for smartphones and tablets, by combining extensive experience in developing artificial intelligence applications with exceptional talent in interface design and mobile environments. Ipanamea’s team is global and located on both sides of the Atlantic, in the USA and Europe.

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