Boopsie Disrupts Economics of Development of Mobile Applications

Tuesday, Oct 5

Award-winning App Developer Mobilizes CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS Conference.

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Mobile Solution for LibrariesBoopsie, an award-winning mobile applications provider, has shipped its latest technology that enables delivery of enterprise-class mobile applications in a matter of weeks and at a fraction of the cost of comparable solutions. This week, attendees of CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010 will be able to experience the power of Boopsie’s technology when they use the custom-designed mobile show app.

Boopsie’s (booth #858) mobile app offers an extensive capability set and support for all internet-enabled phones and networks. Cutting-edge features in Boopsie’s latest release include the ability to upload photos within the app, see a live list of session attendees and blind message any session attendee. Download instructions can be found at www.ctiamobileapp.com.

“We are thrilled to introduce the CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS attendees and exhibitors to our app and underlying platform,” notes Boopsie co-founder and CEO Greg Carpenter. “The economic demands and feature expectations of the CTIA audience provide a perfect opportunity to showcase the power of Boopsie’s new mobile solution platform. Everyone will be amazed at the ease and speed with which they can navigate the CTIA experience from their mobile phones.”

Using Boopsie’s free app, show attendees will be able to access the latest event schedule; search, map and contact exhibitors; connect with other attendees directly and via social networks; create a personal event calendar; read breaking show news; and more. The application is downloadable by any Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Java, Symbian or Windows Mobile device or may be accessed via the mobile browser.

“We chose Boopsie because were impressed with the breadth of features and the fact they deliver native support for all platforms,” said Robert Mesirow, CTIA vice president and show director. “Our attendees are able to obtain up-to-date show information with this user-friendly application designed specifically for CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010.”

During CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS, Boopsie will show off the economic disruption and power of its new platform by holding daily drawings for a free customized mobile solution, for deployment on seven types of phones and delivered in about a week. Those interested in this offer must enter at the Boopsie booth, #858.

Boopsie founders Carpenter and Tim Kay have built an award-winning global business delivering disruptively affordable world-class mobile applications to libraries, universities, real estate firms and a myriad of vertical industry conferences. Boopsie’s multi-platform solution can be implemented with relative speed– usually in less than three weeks – and requires minimal technical expertise by the customer. To-date, Boopsie has powered more than 20 industry conferences including those hosted by the National Association of Realtors, the American Library Association and the National Fire Protection Association.

About Boopsie
Founded in 2006 and located in Silicon Valley, California, Boopsie is the industry-leading mobile solution for universities and libraries worldwide. Customers include Seattle Public, LA Public, University of Toronto, University of Notre Dame, Brown University, University of Gent in Belgium, and University of Auckland in New Zealand. Boopsie is American Library Association’s mobile partner for a range of conferences including ALA 2010 and the preferred mobile solution for a number of consortia. Disruptively affordable and easy-to-deploy without compromising on world-class performance, Boopsie’s solutions are fully hosted and all apps are downloadable on mobile devices including Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, J2ME, Palm, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and also support browser-enabled devices. For more information on Boopsie, please go to www.boopsie.com.

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