IBA Unveils Cloud-Based Mobile App Delivery Platform for Federal Gov’t

Irving Burton Associates logoIrving Burton Associates has unveiled a cloud-based service that is built on open source technology and designed to accelerate the delivery of native, hybrid and web-based mobile applications.

The Federal Mobile Services Platform works to supply rapid prototypes to Android, iOS, Windows and BlackBerry devices and comply with federal customer security requirements and policies, IBA said Thursday.

Cleveland Cooke, IBA’s vice president for technology, said the the Federal Mobile Services Platform works to support mobile application delivery from prototyping, design and development to user testing and launch.

Karthik Srinivasan, IBA’s senior vice president of federal IT services, said the Department of Homeland Security‘s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has implemented the platform.

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