San Mateo, California (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Mobile Spinach teams up with Nokia and Verizon to empower apps with a little touch of goodness. Nokia currently powers many of Verizon’s maps and applications, but with the current landscape shifting away from traditional ads, the two companies will utilize Mobile Spinach’s white label application to bring consumers in-line products that make sense to them.
Catering to a system where user’s location and time is taken into consideration, Mobile Spinach’s white label platform is utilized to bring consumers relevant products that are in-line with their current habits. This partnership will enable users to transact with their favorite local merchants right on their phones.
“It’s amazing for us (Mobile Spinach) to work with such an awesome company,” John Vitti, CMO of Mobile Spinach, said in regards to working with Nokia. This partnership will be an interesting look at how the mobile climate is changing from the user’s perspective, especially with what users are looking for on their devices.
ABOUT MOBILE SPINACH
Launched in 2010, Mobile Spinach is a mobile local commerce platform designed to allow local merchants to reach interested consumers. The company currently works with more than 5,000 merchants in 611 cities throughout the United States, and is continuously expanding its reach through high-level partnerships. For more information about the Mobile Spinach experience, visit http://www.mobilespinach.com.