As such news means fast progress in their area, the success translated to adding new staff and accumulating more awards.
To keep pace with increasing demand for enterprise mobile solutions, Engage Mobile continues to add key staff to its team. After recently celebrating its fourth anniversary, Engage Mobile announced the appointment of Nathan Haley as the newest member of its solutions delivery group, a company spokesman said.
Bringing experience in client-focused executive management, Haley will serve as Solutions Delivery Manager, overseeing the implementation of custom mobile strategies and applications, ensuring innovation and value throughout all projects.
Haley’s resume lists his past accomplishments prior to joining Engage Mobile. Haley led the client services group within a regional electronic medical records (EMR) start-up, focusing on the commercialization of proprietary applications. His solutions-driven technical expertise has been fostered within a broad range of environments—from development of content management systems (CMS) for journalistic applications to management of design teams within higher education departments.
“We are thrilled to have Nathan as part of our team,” Darrin Clawson, founder and CEO of Engage Mobile, said. “He will play a critical role in the continued success of all our clients and in the overall growth of Engage Mobile in 2014.”
In 2013, Google selected Engage Mobile to participate in beta testing and software development for Google Glass, and CIO Review magazine selected Engage Mobile as one of the “20 Most Promising Enterprise Mobility Companies” in the nation, an Engage Mobile release stated.
“To start off 2014, Engage Mobile will be recognized by Thinking Bigger Business Media as one of the top businesses in Kansas City with less than 25 employees. Engage Mobile was selected for the award by a panel of experts and will be recognized at a public ceremony on March 8,” a spokesman said.
Engage Mobile’s newest product, "Vs Football", is a free game app available on Google Play for Android devices, and the Apple iTunes App store for iPhones and iPads, the company said. "Vs Football" continues to make waves in the sports app world. The turn-based football game app is a football take on mobile games like "Words with Friends."
After just a few months of release, the game has tens of thousands of users who have called hundreds of thousands of plays. With new features being releases every month (such as random opponent and real-time statistics), "Vs Football"will continue to grow and evolve in 2014, Engage Mobile predicts.
“Our growth and success can be directly attributed to our absolute focus on our clients and their success,” Matthew Barksdale, president of Engage Mobile, said. “While it is great to get awards and recognition from the industry, what drives Engage Mobile and our team is helping our clients leverage mobile technology to take their organizations to the next level.”
"Vs. Football" functions similar to other turn-based games, but "Vs. Football" focuses on football strategy that lets players make the call. For more information about "Vs. Football," visit: www.PlayVsFootball.com or contact Kirsten Samuelson: email@example.com.
Engage Mobile Solutions is an award-winning mobile app and mobile software development company with a focus on mobile strategy and mobile marketing. Based in Kansas City, Mo., the firm helps companies leverage mobile technology and marketing to drive profitability through increasing revenue, decreasing costs and managing risk.
Companies interested in taking their organizations to the next level with mobile can check out Engage Mobile Solutions at their website: www.EngageMobile.com. For more information about Engage Mobile Solutions, contact Matthew Barksdale: firstname.lastname@example.org.