Innotech is definitely an event that embodies what iTexico pursues, which is quality, innovation, a great mindset and forward thinking. We appreciate the partnership between Innotech and Austin Technology Council. - Abhijeet Pradhan, CTO of iTexico
Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
“It is hard to believe that it has been ten years since InnoTech started. Austin is our home and we feel responsible and committed to continue our efforts in making the tech ecosystem in Austin a stronger one. iTexico has been part of InnoTech since we started the company and every time we reconnect with entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts working towards the next best thing. We look forward to this amazing event and we look forward to continue doing so in the future.” said Anurag Kumar, CEO of iTexico and a tireless advocate of innovation in Austin.
InnoTech is the region's largest business technology event comprised of educational seminars, special events (like the eMarketing summit, specifically designed for marketing professionals, the Austin CIO summit & IT Executive Awards, for top level IT professionals only), hands-on demonstrations at the InnoTech exhibits and networking opportunities.
“Every year is different at InnoTech. Everything keeps evolving and businesses come up with many more interesting things to show during the event. Everyone has an interesting story and product to show you. Innotech is definitely an event that embodies what iTexico pursues, which is quality, innovation, a great mindset and forward thinking. We appreciate the partnership between Innotech and Austin Technology Council and looking forward to seeing the amazing things that this year has in store for us.” said Abhijeet Pradhan, CTO of iTexico. During the event iTexico will be presenting their new programs: MobiAppCare and iOS7.
MobiAppCare is iTexico’s expert mobile maintenance and support program. This program is designed so that adding new features to a mobile app and supporting new devices can be a simple and seamless process. MobiAppCare leverages iTexico’s nearshore delivery center in Guadalajara, Mexico and provides a team of experts to quickly respond to the customer’s tickets and requests. MobiAppCare’s clients can quickly scale their mobile applications with the help of our experts.
“MobiAppCare is the equivalent of a good healthcare system for our clients with mobile applications. They want to receive the best treatment out there and we are willing to exceed their expectations. This program gives our customers the best way to keep their apps ready for the upcoming changes in the mobile market and we’re excited to include special programs like this one to allow our customers to be ready for all sorts of innovation happening in mobile” said Guillermo Ortega, COO of iTexico and head of operations in Mexico.
iTexico’s iOS 7 Jumpstart program allows customers to support Apple’s latest mobile operating system in a very short period of time. These programs includes a UI/UX assessment and re-design to fit the new look and feel of iOS 7 as well as a code review and fix of critical bugs preventing the app from functioning correctly in the new operating system. Also, as part of this program, iTexico includes expert testing and quality assurance to deliver a world-class mobile app to the market.
iTexico’s mobile development team has extensive experience in native languages for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows mobile devices. Additionally, iTexico has Xamarin developers and the largest team of Appcelerator Titanium Certified Developers outside of Appcelerator’s facilities in Silicon Valley. Besides engineers and developers, iTexico’s Extended Team as a Service model (eTaaS) allows customers to get professional assistance from testers, designers and a complete infrastructure behind them as part of the nearshore team in Mexico.
iTexico, an Austin based nearshore web and mobile app development services company, will be exhibiting at InnoTech’s 10th anniversary conference at the Austin Convention Center on October 16th, 2013 as part of the trade show at booth 522.