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by Daniel Weisbeck, CMO with Netbiscuits
Without a mobile web strategy in place today, your brand will not be here tomorrow. In our fast-paced technological landscape there is one thing that will always remain constant – the mobile web browser. This needs to be at the heart of every large enterprise’s mobile strategy. By ignoring the importance the mobile browser holds for your brand’s reach – marketability and discoverability, you run the real risk of damaging customer engagement with your product. Continue reading
Rating: Universal web is owned by RF cable company
Are we missing something? When you announce a major rebranding exercise, it is normally compulsory that you actually change the name. A good example of a rebrand would be the household cleaning product Jif that for reasons best known to its owners became Cif. Well Netbiscuits obviously has a completely different take on rebranding from the rest of us. It has proudly trumpeted the fact that it has launched a new brand but nothing has happened. From the Press blurb here you would think it has become Univeral Web. But that the URL univeralweb.com appears to be owned by a US based RF cable manufacturer. And if you type in netsbiscuits.com, you still go to a site with a Netbiscuits logo.
Netbiscuits launches new brand to reinforce global push to accelerate the development of the Universal Web
New brand accompanies major product launches and renewed focus on large enterprise clients
March 7th 2013. Netbiscuits, the global leader in software solutions for adaptive web development, has announced a rebrand to accentuate the company’s global mission to enable a universal web experience across any device. The rebrand follows an investment announced in October 2012 of $27 million led by Stripes Group, supported by existing investor T-Venture, in response to global demand from blue chip companies who want to put the mobile web at the heart of the customer experience. Continue reading
Netbiscuits and Sitecore collaborate to mobilise exhibitions for Australian National Maritime Museum
ANMM launches Titanic and Fish exhibitions Mobile Sites to reach out to public using Netbiscuits Mobile Platform and Sitecore CMS
July 31st 2012 Netbiscuits, the world’s leading cloud platform for the development and delivery of next generation web apps across all mobile and connected devices, has announced the first joint integration of Netbiscuits Mobile Platform with Sitecore CMS for two Exhibition Mobile Websites for the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM). Continue reading
Mobile marketing pioneer 12snap adopts Netbiscuits technology to build and deliver solutions for brands
12snap is the latest digital communications agency to join the Netbiscuits Global Partner Network as a Certified Solution Partner
July 24th 2012. German digital marketing agency 12snap and Netbiscuits, provider of the world’s leading cloud-based technology for optimised mobile websites, has announced that 12snap has qualified to join the Netbiscuits Global Partner Network (GPN) as a Certified Solutions Partner. “As a pioneer in mobile marketing with a focus on communicating brand ideas via mobile devices, 12snap is using Netbiscuits’ technology to develop and deliver content to consumers in exciting new ways”, said 12snap CEO Stefanie Krebs. “By fully leveraging the technical capabilities of the Netbiscuits Platform, 12snap can concentrate on providing mobile users with the most creative and compelling rich media web applications for their smartphones and tablets.” Continue reading
MindTree to bring new capabilities in world-class mobile website design, development and maintenance services to customers in CPG, Retail, Media, Travel, Hospitality, Telecom, Insurance, Banking & Financial Services industries
April 2nd 2012. Global IT and product engineering services company, MindTree, has announced that it has partnered with Netbiscuits, world’s leading cloud platform for the development and delivery of the next generation of web apps. These will work across all connected and mobile devices, (MCAP-Web) and develop and deliver reusable solutions, templates and development methodologies for MindTree customers. This partnership will bring innovative and cost-efficient solutions to enterprises through a globally distributed services delivery team with proven capabilities in mobile user interface design, mobile application architecture, software development and automated testing. Continue reading
New York, NY, June 1, 2011 – Netbiscuits, the world’s leading software service for mobile sites and apps, announced today that its board has nominated Craig Besnoy to become the company’s new managing director in North America.
Stepping into his new role today, Besnoy will be responsible for Netbiscuits’ growth strategy in the United States and [...]
It can hardly have escaped your attention that everyone is talking about HTML5 these days. It was the topic-du-jour for MWC, with developers, marketers, publishers and more talking excitedly about it (for an overview of what HTML5 is and what it can do, take a look at our guide). But cross-platform development company Netbiscuits has released a report that suggests HTML5 won’t be ready to rumble for quite some time yet, as the majority of devices carry little support for most of its features. Continue reading
Mobile website publiser Netbiscuits will be creating native “hybrid” apps for Samsung bada, to leverage content and services of premium customers on Samsung smart phones. Based on this partnership Netbiscuits’ premium customers will be provided with apps made for Samsung’s recently launched mobile operating system “bada”, that runs on smart phones like the Samsung Wave S8500. All apps will be implemented as native hybrid applications, a combination of website and app. This approach allows Netbiscuits customers to manage mobile sites and apps for multiple platforms using one single, cloud-based software system. Continue reading
Rating: Modestly not part of its sales pitch
What a modest claim. Netbiscuits says it has launched the world’s most advanced mobile website creation tool. Let’s hope it is, shall we? Apparently Sitebuilder 2.0 enables touch UI design and multi-column layouts for smartphones with no programming skills required. Presumably a child of ten would be over-qualified, then? Anyway, following a full rewrite of the code, Sitebuilder 2.0 now offers new features which will help Netbiscuits’ customers create even richer mobile web experiences, or so the company claims. Continue reading
Netbiscuits wins new Reseller and Solution Partner for Asia Pacific region
Sydney, May 28, 2010 – AURA Interactive, Asia Pacific’s leading mobile solutions and technology provider specializing in mobile location-based marketing, interactive out-of-home media and m-commerce, has signed an agreement with Netbiscuits to be one of the company’s Gold Partners in the Asia Pacific region to distribute the Netbiscuits mobile Web software. Continue reading
Netbiscuits is a software company that focuses on the creation of (and services for) mobile websites. It claims to deliver 1.5 billion mobile page impressions monthly – and now it has announced the launch of a mobile coupon service that will run through SMS. Continue reading
Now correct me if I am wrong but I am sure Netbiscuits teamed up with Yahoo! for mobile advertising. But now it seems that Ringleader has been chosen by Netbiscuits for its ad tracking. Continue reading
Netbiscuits has announced that it is expanding its support of smartphones, integrating location-based services and starting a new partner program. Netbiscuits provides a software platform for development, publishing and advertising on the mobile web.
The expansion will include much greater support for iPhone, Nokia Series 60, BlackBerry and Android devices, amongst other high-end devices.
The location-based [...]