Zerion Consulting brings mobile data collection to iPhone

October 21, 2008 in iOS Development (E)

[prMac.com] Herndon, Virginia - Zerion Consulting, an information technology firm that specializes in mobile, enterprise business solutions, and application development, have brought their mobile data collection technology to the iPhone. The new application allows hobbyists to log their trips when they are out and about. It gives iPhone users the ability to capture and share their adventures with all their friends, family, and the community at large.

Users can blog their 'Trip' experiences, complete with photos which are automatically sent to a web server application for posting, including Latitude and Longitude coordinates for Google map integration. The mobile application also provides a mapping feature on the client, and other real-time information.

"Being in the mobile industry for over 8 years, I can tell you the iPhone platform is the best in class. We are committed to this exciting platform." Sze Wong, President of Zerion Consulting.

Zerion's mobile data collection technology is being utilized by Fortune 500 companies and the US Government. Zerion's mobile data collection technology allows mobile workers to collect data in the field while enabling full support for backend integration; to create a complete mobile-enterprise workflow. "This app marks our entrance into the iPhone and the consumer market. As the iPhone gains traction in the enterprise space, we hope to release our enterprise centric mobile data collection platform to the iPhone."

Zerion Consulting is an enterprise and mobile application development firm. Founded in 2003, Zerion provides services in enterprise system architecture and mobile development on the iPhone, Windows mobile, and Blackberry platforms. Zerion clients include Fortune 500 companies and the US Government. Zerion Consulting is an 8(a) certified small business. Copyright 2003-2008 Zerion Consulting. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


Chris Reichart