Magenic Offers to Build Rapid Prototypes of Modern Applications

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Magenic has announced a limited-time offer to build a rapid prototype of their Modern App.

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Magenic ( — a custom software development firm – has announced a limited-time offer to build a rapid prototype of their Modern App.

A Modern App, as defined by Magenic, combines the advantages - and leverages the power - of the latest devices and technologies for your business. It creates a seamless look and feel across phone, tablet, laptop, cloud, and desktop platforms.

The offer, which requires a small investment, includes information architecture, wireframes, and visual design. It also includes 200 hours of development, delivery of wireframes, visual design, and assets. Companies who take advantage of this offer will also receive two Microsoft Surface RT tablet devices for their organization.

“We have found that many companies are open to outsourcing modern application development but hesitate when they cannot completely visualize how the end result will look and function – especially how the solution will operate and integrate with all possible modern platforms,” said Jim Tatro, General Manager of Magenic’s Chicago office. “We feel that this offer can help get a lot of projects off the ground that otherwise might never be discussed.”

Any company interested in discussing the offer and their specific project is asked to call Magenic directly at 877-277-1044 or visit and fill out the brief form to start the conversation.

About Magenic

Magenic is a privately held custom software development company that was founded in 1995 and is based in Minneapolis, Minn. Magenic is a recognized authority in building software applications for Fortune 2000 companies.

Magenic employs software professionals worldwide to serve clients from offices in the United States and Manila.

For more information on Magenic and its services, visit or contact Director of Marketing Dan Stefaniak via phone (763.210.6079) or email (danst(at)magenic(dot)com).

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