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MokiMobility Launches iPad and Android Tablets Solution Center

Solution Center Represents the First Collection of Apps and go-to Resources of Information for Single-purpose Tablet Implementations

LEHI, Utah, Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MokiMobility today announces the launch of the MokiMobility Solution Center, an app directory for purposed tablet solutions, providing a centralized resource for businesses deploying tablets as point-of-sale, customer loyalty, surveys, digital signage and more.

Designed specifically with these unique use cases in mind, the Solution Center will feature apps that turn an iPad or an Android tablet into a powerful business device, replacing point-solution hardware across many different vertical markets including: restaurants, retail, hospitality, property management and education. The MokiMobility Solution Center is the first collection of such apps and a primary information source for iPad and/or Android tablet single-purposed devices.

"Businesses are beginning to create more enjoyable and positive experiences for consumers by integrating tablets into on-site offerings, creating a complete user experience that combines the best of both worlds – brick and mortar and online," said Tom Karren, MokiMobility CEO. "With over 1 million apps available in mobile app stores, we understand it is difficult for businesses to find those apps that serve a small niche, when compared to personal mobile apps. We built this Solution Center to highlight the best apps, tablet enclosures and provide guidance and resources to those implementing tablets in these new use cases."

Some of the apps included in the first release of the Solution Center include:

  • Revel Systems
  • Favorite Eats
  • LinkPOS
  • Square Register
  • Belly Card

About MokiMobility
Based in Lehi, Utah, MokiMobility is the first cloud platform for managing, monitoring and securing tablet solutions. Independent software vendors (ISVs) and solution providers can integrate the management and monitoring features of MokiManage directly into their own tablet solutions running on iPad and Android devices.  As a result, tablet solution customers have greater control over the complete experience, enabling more engaging and new customer experiences leveraging iOS and Android tablets in new ways. For more information visit www.mokimobility.com or follow MokiMobility on Twitter: @mokimobility.

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