Growing Your Wireless Business
Whether you have just formed your latest wireless startup, or if you are well on your way to establishing the next Canadian wireless giant, Wavefront services will get you there faster.
Implementing Wireless Solutions
Leveraging the latest mobile technologies is critical to accelerating your business and key to competing globally. Wavefront services will get you there faster.
A Fresh Approach to Mobile Engagement Toronto-based Aajo Systems entered the mobile technology market in April 2011, with a mobile engagement platform that allows brands and other content providers to send vivid, full-screen messaging to users in real-time without altering their experience.
Promoting Water Efficiency Solutions iDUS Controls Ltd. got its start in 2008, and today provides turn-key technology solutions that reduce water consumption and increase efficiency for agriculture applications.
Next Generation Traffic Reporting Toronto-based GreenOwl Mobile is transforming how traffic reports are sourced and delivered. Their traffic reporting platform, TrafficAlert, provides drivers with personalized, real-time reports on their mobile device.
New Product Development Push Science is a Toronto-based application developer that provides retailers with software and services to connect with their customers through mobile and social technologies.
HootSuite is a social media management system for businesses and organizations to collaboratively execute campaigns across multiple social networks from one secure, web-based dashboard.
New App Development Toronto-based management consultant Wendy MacKinnon-Keith had an idea: to create a mobile shopping app that allows shoppers to easily scan and pay for their items in-store, breaking free of the checkout line. In turn, retailers and brands could engage shoppers with highly contextual offers.
Flick Software (Flick) is a leading provider of mobile software solutions for the enterprise, delivering integrated solutions for mobile devices.
New International Partnerships Founded in 2001, Vancouver-based Sendum designs and manufactures wireless devices for the location-based services market. In 2011, the company identified an opportunity to establish itself as the premier global supplier for the international machine-to-machine (M2M) device market, but lacked the industry connections needed to accelerate its entry into this new market.