INDUSTRIES - Technology and Communication

Mobile is emerging as the 7th mass media channel, whilst legacy mass media witnesses a decline. In India, mobile applications are booming with a vast scope for growth. Mobile application development is the process where application software is developed for handheld devices and mobile phones. The Telecommunications industry has to constantly adapt to regulations and evolving technologies. Mobonair provides mobile operators with innovative ways to add services that attract new users and drive revenue from existing customers. We deliver practices to fully satisfy the configuration management requirements of both mobile applications and TL9000 Registration. Our Practice Framework is fully compatible with TL9000’s other SDLC requirements regarding requirements, design, and quality assurance. Our emphasis is not simply with supplying the required controls but on making your development team as fast and as efficient as possible, leveraging the controls to accelerate your development cycle.

What we can do

Mobonair provides a 100% reliable apps for telecommunications staffing, consulting services, and biz solutions to leading telecommunications providers, leading equipment vendors, tech ware providers and wireless mobile network operators worldwide for Geneneration Next network implementations, roll outs and expansions based on complex client requirements. We are a trusted resource that’s often called upon to provide the most talented and highly skilled Telecommunications candidates. We offer a wide range of options to support your technical service requirements. Mobonair provides the flexibility to give technical service support latching on the most appropriate apps to fulfill all your needs.

How are mobile operators using it?

Roll over an example:

Billing Notification
Service activation
Offer Notification
Maintenance notifications



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