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Oct 15, 2013 -- iCore Networks, a provider in cloud computing, announces that they are offering custom application development integration with clients' enterprise applications.
As more and more organizations are moving towards a mobile workforce, the need to have your applications easily accessible on your mobile device is critical to today's working environment. The ability to access tools that improve communication, collaboration, and productivity among employees, customers and suppliers is therefore becoming increasingly vital.
With the launch of iCore's custom application development integration service, the company is taking application on demand a step further. By allowing their clients to customize and tailor their applications to their needs while eliminating upfront capital costs associated with licensing and platform build out, such as API's for your financial, CRM, HR and other vertical systems, iCore is building additional value, allowing clients to tailor views to what is important to each individual.
"Our clients are on-the-go and need to be able to move from desktop to mobile seamlessly," says Ravi Vedantam, chief technology officer of iCore Networks. "We are enabling our clients to experience the same functionality they are used to when on their desktop, now on a mobile device, through creating customized applications that integrate and work the way they work to increase their overall efficiency and productivity -anywhere, anytime."
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iCore Networks was established in 2001, and is the premier provider of integrated solutions that unfailingly meet customer demand now and well into the future. iCore''s unique CloudFUZNTM solution unified communications (UC) to seamlessly virtualize office in the cloud solutions that provide world-class end user capabilities at a fraction of the cost of maintaining in house systems.
Published: Thursday, October 17, 2013