For the fourth year running, we are delighted to announce that Mubaloo has been shortlisted in this year’s Appsters in association with Apps World. This recognition is a testament to some of the projects we been involved in this year with some of the biggest companies across a variety of sectors.
Once again, Mubaloo has been shortlisted in the Best App Developer category alongside Rocket Rainbow and B60. In addition to this category, we have been recognised for our work with Equiniti Pension Solutions in developing the Pension Solution Compendia App. Shortlisted in the Best FinTech App category, the app has reported a 500% increase in the number of members using the app over the past year.
Hanson UK and Mubaloo has also been shortlisted in the Best Enterprise App category for the Hanson Avensis App. As a leading supplier of cement, concrete, aggregates and asphalt to the construction industry, Hanson UK wanted to create an app to reduce response times in invoice queries and increasing the accuracy of the quoting process which can often have an adverse effect on cash flow. As a result of the app, Hanson is estimating a 7% reduction to the impact on working capital.
Working with London’s Air Ambulance and EE, Mubaloo developed the London’s Air Ambulance Dispatch App which is vital to reducing the dispatch time of emergency response teams when called out to a life or death emergency. This potentially life saving app has been shortlisted in the Best Innovative App category along with Coach’s Eye app by TechSmith, Post Office Money App and the Eleks App.
Finally, Tom Hallam, Mubaloo Innovation Lab’s technical lead, has been shortlisted in the Technology Star of the Future award for his work in the Innovation Lab and specifically the development of the MiBeacons platform enabling an easier management of beacon deployment with dynamic content control.
Announced on Wednesday 18th November after the first day of Apps World London where we will be exhibiting, we are hoping to walk away with a clean sweep.
Find out more about the Appsters 2015.