We're hiring project managers and application developers nationally to capitalize on the demand for mobile apps
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) November 5, 2010
2011 will be The Year of the Mobile App.
The Click Agency is well positioned to capitalize on the demand in mobile application development as the industry hits the sweet spot over the next few years.
To date, large companies and corporations have dominated the mobile app market. However, we are set to see a boom in mobile applications as the technology and market becomes more accessible for businesses of all types and sizes.
“We're hiring project managers and application developers nationally to capitalize on the demand for mobile apps,” said Anthony Gherghetta, Managing Director of The Click Agency. “We're entering the sweet spot for app development and demand is still much higher than supply”.
The Click Agency is perfectly positioned to utilize its skills and foresight in order to capitalize on this growth. The Click Agency has the team to sell, design and develop mobile phone apps in a fast and cost effective way. In fact, the clients are already knocking down the door to have us position them ahead of the race to the mobile app market.
But The Click Agency is not only about building mobile applications for clients. The agency has split their mobile development business into three streams; client commissioned application development; client/industry targeted mobile application development; and The Click Agency’s internal mobile application projects.
The growth in The Click Agency's Mobile Application Development business is growing so rapidly that the company is now on the hunt for savvy and creative minds to join the team. The work is diverse, the pace is fast and the projects just keep flowing. “We're looking to hire over 100 developers in the next few months,” said Mr Gherghetta.
With the profits from client-commissioned mobile applications The Click Agency will develop its own exciting, and often experimental projects. The focus on this is creativity and innovation rather than commercial. Why? Because sometimes it’s a privilege to be able to do things simply because they are interesting and exciting!
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