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November - 2012 - issue > Top 10 Mobile Companies
Aditi-TechnologiesMaking-Device-Independent-
SI Team
Friday, November 2, 2012
With mobility gaining more emphasis in the market, every organization is betting on it and wants to have a presence on the same platform. Leveraging their specialization around cloud and Microsoft Technologies, Aditi is helping enterprises and ISVs extend and build applications that seamlessly span across screens and platforms.

“Workers have moved ahead and IT departments are lagging behind when it comes to embracing application experiences across platforms. It creates a tension and challenge around UX, security, application performance etc. New platforms like Windows 8 creates once in a lifetime opportunities to upgrade user experiences and enhance integration across devices and workflows,” says Pradeep Rathinam, CEO, Aditi Technologies.

The company delivers solutions and frameworks that it has abstracted from its past experience to drive reusability, assemble them to fit individual needs and in the process, save its customers over 30 percent on the application development cost.

With its solutions reside on desktops of information workers of some of the leading Fortune 1000 companies across segments like financial services, healthcare and education, Aditi helps them to stay ahead and connect better. Their solutions include media portals for mobile, unified communication platforms across devices, point solutions for workforce productivity on native apps and push notification services for federated communication.

One of their USP is User Experience led development. “We know that it is no good having great functionality in an application if it does not have a great design. Interaction design plays a huge role in mobile apps and we invest heavily with our customers to ensure user experience and brand elements drive end user engagement for applications we build” adds Rathinam

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