(PRWEB) February 27, 2010
vimov will be participating in the CeBIT 2010 trade fair, held in Hannover, Germany, from March 2nd to March 6th, under the Egyptian Pavilion and in participation with ITIDA. You can find us there at Hall 3 Stand J04/1.
At CeBIT, we will be showcasing our range of current and upcoming iPhone products as well as our custom mobile development services. We are going to showcase our flagship product, iSimulate, one of the most popular tools for iPhone development, and the first tool to support iPad development. And for the first time, visitors will have a sneak peak at our upcoming port of one of the most popular games in the world, Hexen 2, on the iPhone.
We consider this as an opportunity to find investors, partnerships and build new business relationships, and discuss with potential clients how they could create or enforce a creative mobile presence for their business.
To arrange a meeting please send an e-mail at projects(at)vimov(dot)com.
vimov is a software company specialized in iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry mobile application development, as well as webservices development and integration. We have released several products which we own their IP including iSimulate, an application used by thousands of iPhone Developers.
Additionally, we have worked with several international corporations in bringing their services and products to the mobile platforms. Our work includes mobile applications integrated with backend webservices, backend webservices development, navigation applications, 2D games, audio and image processing, and database-based applications.
CeBIT is the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and brings together ICT buyers, sellers, developers and users from around the globe. Around 700,000 visitors from all over the world attended the previous year’s exhibition. vimov’s representatives can be met at Stand J04/1 in Hall 3.
The Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) is a governmental entity affiliated to Egypt’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. It is responsible for growing and developing Egypt’s position as a leading global outsourcing location by attracting foreign direct investment to the industry and maximizing the exports of IT services and applications.