RapidValue Solutions release DMA2010 iPad App

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Kochi: Infopark based RapidValue Solutions has announced the release of the DMA2010 iPad App. DMA2010 is the Global ROI Marketing Event to be held in San Francisco, CA during October 9-14, 2010. RapidValue has partnered with Direct Marketing Association (DMA) to build the DMA 2010 iPad App which would enable people to register, view event schedule, agenda and floor map.

The Version v01 of DMA2010 App which is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 3.2 or later was released on September 27, 2010. This app was developed by RapidValue Solutions, a leader in mobility solutions, which has its main development centre at Infopark, Kochi. RapidValue provides expertise in mobility technologies along with domain knowledge and solutions to enable businesses to leverage the power of mobility. RapidValue is also a sponsor at DMA2010.

DMA is one of the biggest marketing events in US. It is a global event covering all marketing channels – from traditional to digital – capitalising on the principles of data and direct marketing as the underpinnings to enhance the end user experience and maximize ROI. Unlike any other conference, DMA2010 is the ONLY event to focus on integration of both direct and digital marketing, covering every segment and channel!

Talking to Kerala IT News, Rinish K N, Director – Global Delivery said, “The application contains the details about the DMA event, it has the floor map, attendee list, and participants can also register through the app”. The iPad application can be downloaded from the Apple app store. “We are going to showcase our mobility solutions at DMA2010 and we are also one of the first companies based in Infopark to sponsor this popular event”, he added.

RapidValue Solutions, which has its headquarters in the San Francisco Bay area, is a business and technology solutions firm, focusing on generating accelerated business value enabled by disruptive technologies like the touch-screen mobile technologies and cloud computing.

Anil Philip
Kerala IT News

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