TeliApp’s CEO, Joshua Weiss, has been featured in several prominent online publications including Forbes, Bank of America, Information Week, PC World Magazine and others. Please see below for links to articles.
Links to other articles can be found in TeliApp’s Blog.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, New York, August 22, 2012 – Teliapp, a company providing complete mobile application solutions across the public, B2B and B2C landscape, has launched its Small Business Solutions division, which is aimed to help prevent the continuing small business crisis plaguing America today. The level of importance to small businesses to promote their own mobile application should not be understated. In this financially troubled economy, the small business owner finds it increasingly difficult to compete with the Goliath superstores.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, New York, September 10, 2012 – Teliapp™, a company providing complete mobile application solutions across the public, B2B and B2C landscape, has launched iBox Remote File Access, the first mobile app that truly enables iOS and Android users to inexpensively and directly connect their mobile devices to their computer in order to instantly and directly access all media, documents, presentations, images and more. Users can instantly view and edit files and view entire video and music libraries from any Windows computer, utilizing an aesthetically pleasing graphic user interface. iBox is available for a one time charge of $0.99. There are no additional fees to use iBox.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, New York, October 22, 2012 – Teliapp™, a company providing complete mobile application solutions across the public, B2B and B2C landscape, has launched iRetailer, the first completely scalable and customizable mobile application built from the ground up and designed for retail stores, malls, grocery stores, movie theaters and much more. iRetailer can be custom built per establishment, with modifications and additional modules added at any time.
“iRetailer can offer custom and scalable solutions for retail establishments whether they be big or small” says Joshua Weiss, CEO of TeliApp. Imagine a customer walking into a retail establishment and knowing that they need to buy an item, but not knowing which aisle the product is located in. The experience can be extremely frustrating. What if the customer could just pop open a retail store’s mobile app, search for the product and instantly the customer could see where in the store the product is located, and even to go so far as to have the app create an “in-store route” to that product? Imagine if your store is pushing a specific brand of product over another. Wouldn’t it be great to know (before the customer gets to the checkout lane) which products your customers are looking for, so your store can push one product over another? With iRetailer , it can.