|Mobile Epiphany Partners with Pervasus Software
Aurora, CO, July 01, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Today, Colorado-based software developer Mobile Epiphany announced its partnership with Australian company Pervasus Software. The two companies will be working together to expand the reach of Mobile Epiphany’s asset inspection and data collection software, Touch Inspect, into the Australasian market.
On a recent visit to Mobile Epiphany headquarters in Aurora, Colorado Pervasus founder Scott Dickson said he sees the partnership as an opportunity to take advantage of the lack of true mobile inspection solutions currently available to the Australian mobile workforce.
“Pervasus is excited to be associated with Mobile Epiphany and looks forward to bringing their product to market,” said Dickson. “We’ve identified a significant gap in the Australian mobility software landscape (particularly in the area of mobile inspection applications) which we’re confident Touch Inspect will fill perfectly in a wide range of industries.”
Mobile Epiphany CEO Glenn Kletzky also sees the partnership as an opportunity to bring their Touch Inspect solution into a largely untapped market. “With the combination of Scott’s extensive experience in the mobility arena, and the powerful capabilities of our Touch Inspect application, we have no doubt that Pervasus will succeed in dominating the Australian inspection and field data collection software marketplace,” Kletzky said.
The heads of the two companies met for 3 days in June to discuss their joint marketing strategy and business development plans for the upcoming quarter.
About Mobile Epiphany
Mobile Epiphany is a Colorado software company and the developers of Touch Inspect—a geospatially intelligent asset inspection and field decision support application for Microsoft Windows and Windows Mobile devices.
About Pervasus Software
Brisbane -based Pervasus Software was founded by Scott Dickson, a veteran of the mobility software industry who has been responsible for some of the largest enterprise mobility deployments in Australia. Previously, Dickson worked for Telstra where he was instrumental in driving the uptake of mobile solutions within businesses. He was responsible for one of Australia’s first GPRS Field Service solutions as early as 2001 and also drove the uptake of the Blackberry application across the Australian banking and finance sector. Dickson then left Telstra to take up a Senior Business Development role with Dexterra where he worked extremely closely with Telstra. He left Dexterra at the end of 2007.
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