Award-Winning NC based Mobile Information Company Continues to Share Best Practices in Enterprise Mobility
DURHAM, N.C. -- Mi-Corporation, the award-winning mobile information company, is proud to announce its new affiliation with the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA).
The Association’s focus on expanding and strengthening North Carolina's tech sector attracted Mi- Corporation to join its 700+ members, as the 15-year-old industry leader continues to actively share best practices in developing and implementing enterprise mobile data solutions.
Mi-Corporation leverages its participation in industry organizations and events to track the evolution in mobile technology, utilizing new approaches to improve its offering of flexible, scalable, and secure mobile forms, mobile apps and analytics products for mission-critical workflows.
“We are excited to have Mi-Corporation as a new member of NCTA. Mobile data solutions is a growing segment in North Carolina’s tech sector and vital to helping a company know and serve its customers better. So, it is great to have a growing pool of solutions providers that can help our members in that space,” NCTA President & CEO Brooks Raiford said.
Clients benefitting from Mi-Corporation’s ever-increasing knowledgebase include the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Doyle Security Systems, Lightower Fiber Networks, Eli Lilly, the United Nations and the U.S. Department of Transportation, amongst others. The company’s industry leadership has also led to the company’s success in partnering with respected large-scale corporations like Intel, Microsoft, Panasonic, Motion Computing, Xplore Technologies, Samsung, Anoto and others.
“This approach of going the extra mile of learning, teaching, and networking with peers and other NCTA organizations enables us to better serve our customers & community, with an eye toward sharing our best practices from 15 years in implementing enterprise-class mobile solutions,” Mi-Corporation’s VP of Sales & Marketing, Gautham Pandiyan explained.
In addition to NCTA, Mi-Co remains active in regional and national organizations, including working with non-profit organizations such as The Ronald McDonald House of Durham, ShareFish, and others. The company also regularly hosts webinars and participates in industry events like the NC Geographic Information Systems conference in Raleigh and speaks at many other events.
In April, Mi-Co will be hosting its annual Mobility Summit with programs designed to explore the ways mobile solutions are transforming the way companies do business in various vertical markets. The Summit attracts representatives from such companies and organizations as Duke Health System, Waste Strategies, Doyle Security Systems, the Internal Revenue Service, Boston Children's Hospital, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Electric Power Research Institute, amongst others.