Enterprise Software Development Meets Mobile Platform

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iProgr.am announces an aggressive plan to bring enterprise development to mobile.Mobile apps are fast becoming indispensable to business applications; Has traditional Enterprise development entered a critical stage?

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The ultimate goal of iProgr.am is to define enterprise development for the mobile corporate world. It's an area that has been awfully neglected

With this trend in mind, LogiQuests, a software company based in Los Angeles, California, has recently completed the private acquisition in cash and stock of InfluxApps, which specializes in mobile Social Media app development. In business since 2007, LogiQuests aims to merge the best of both worlds into one place, under a new company being named iProgr.am.

iProg.am is the brainchild of Kaz Moghim, who is an entrenched veteran of Social Networking due to his role at MySpace, SuperSociety and InTheMo. He further recognizes that marketing solutions are drifting toward online presences, and strives to amplify those solutions with mobile apps.

Kaz Moghim, who shall serve as CEO of iProg.am, has stated: "LogiQuests has been focusing on building high-end enterprise applications for Fortune 500 companies for the past several years, and now we will be in the position of utilizing our in house expertise to provide the same high quality enterprise development to the mobile marketplace. The ultimate goal of iProgr.am is to define enterprise development for the mobile corporate world. It's an area that has been awfully neglected" .

Further adding to the urgency of blending both technologies, Mr. Moghim has also commented: "Traditionally, mobile development has been looked at as an extension to the core software which runs on prominent desktop platforms, with a tremendous amount of processing power built into each of the mobile devices these days and with the growing availability of high speed Internet connections, along with the new tablets and cloud computing, this mindset will need to change".

iProgr.am will henceforth be announcing shortly several projects using its proprietary development platform, Clique: A location based mobile messaging application for Android users , VetsVillage: Social networking site for veterans and AlliedWallet: Highly scalable Payment Gateway platform.

The day has come for two disparate technologies to assemble under one roof: http://www.iProgr.am

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