iMobile3 Year in Review 2016
2016 will forever go down as one of the most eventful years in recent history. From entertainment and sports, to politics, and even business, the pace of current events and shocking news clippings felt unprecedented. But 2016 should also be considered one of the more important years in recent history when we analyze tech innovation and adoption.
Applications like Apple Pay and Android Pay have seen major growth in usage rates, becoming part of our daily lives. Mobile commerce has officially planted itself as commonplace during the popular shopping seasons. And even wearables, like the popular Apple Watch, are no longer reserved for the “early adopters”.
As we examine all of the noise, industry news and tech innovations in 2016, it’s important for us to reflect on how important of a year this has been for iMobile3 as well. The growing trends to support consumer-like interfaces in business environments and create new mobile technologies are why we are in business. And we accomplished so much in this 12-month period. From new product launches to surpassing sales and revenue goals, 2016 really has been a banner year for iMobile3.
And we couldn’t have done it without our amazing staff. A true team of skilled and dedicated professionals that really left it all out on the field (or their laptops). We added a ton of new projects, are supporting a record number of partners and clients, and have made tremendous progress on our product roadmap. We’re building some awesome software that is being used and sold by numerous Fortune 500 companies and industry-leading organizations.
Yes, 2016 will go down as a year with some major surprises, riddled with unexpected celebrity news, a “tremendous” shakeup in Washington, and an ever-complicated international landscape, but for iMobile3, it’s been rewarding to say the least. Our team works hard, they work smart and we can’t wait to see what 2017 has in store.
Thanks to all of our partners, clients, vendors and, most of all, our team members! Happy New Year, everyone!