Mobile Business

Wireless technology is moving at an incredible pace. Forrester Research projects that by 2005, 177 million consumers in the U.S. will use mobile devices. By then, wireless revenues are projected to increase to $101.2 billion, from $42.6 billion in 1999. Additionally, IDC predicts that by 2003, mobile Internet users will outnumber wired Internet users worldwide, 743 million to 541 million. So, how is your business preparing?

Versatile solutions

Our professionals are uniquely qualified to help you define your m-Business strategy, create and deliver platform-independent recommendations and comprehensive, integrated solutions.
Our service offerings include:

  • Wireless readiness assessment
  • Implementation of our Mobile User Application Solution Framework
  • Technical architecture
  • Prototype definition and deployment
  • Architecture implementation
  • Back-end system integration
  • Mobile application implementation
  • Project management

Mobile, yet grounded in proven methods

Inetra's Mobile User Application Solution Framework consists of a proven project methodology, modularized software architecture, application of open and standard technologies, and reusable software components. Our solution framework:

  • Has already been applied and proven to be successful in developing solutions for our customers
  • Is based on proven, open, multi-vendor standards like Java, J2EE, J2ME, HTTP, WAP, XML, Corba, etc.
  • Draws on our vast experience in developing mission-critical m-business and e-business solutions, enterprise applications, telecommunication software, and systems integration
  • Takes advantage of our Iforce Centers for off-site development
  • Leverages our partnerships with several industry leaders and allows us to utilize their products where it is more appropriate to buy versus build
  • Is based on Inetra's proven methodology for defining, developing, deploying, and managing solutions for our customers
  • Is a scalable solution capable of supporting over 10 million users
  • Supports over 150 different wireless devices
  • Can be non-disruptive to existing systems
  • Incorporates a middleware interface through Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)