Movius Corp: On the Move!
Guest Post By: Erin S.
What, might you ask is the basic business of MoviusCorp.com? According to their website, the company is involved in the creation and delivery of mobile messaging solutions to ensure that busy clients are able to stay in constant contact from any destination.
As our world has evolved from a technological point of view, our lives have become correspondingly more complex and as a result, we demand more and better ways to achieve instantaneous communication with one another — any time and anywhere. MoviusCorp.com makes this all possible with their products, such as voice and video mail, conferencing packages, and “Short Message Service,” or SMS, enabling users to transmit voice messages to mobile phones unobtrusively.
Although Movius Corporation was formed just three short years ago, it already boasts over 2,000 deployments at wireless and broadband providers worldwide. One of the primary goals of this company is to facilitate the successful interaction of their enterprise customers with their individual communities, enabling them to embrace the IP-based world more fully, generate increased productivity, and gain greater market share.
Company executives come from a wide diversity of professional backgrounds and have experience with prestigious telecom and mobile messaging entities such as Nortel, Motorola, Ericsson, Lucent Technologies, Philips, and Nokia, to mention just a few.
For two years running, MoviusCorp.com has been recognized for its innovation and originality and has received the coveted Technology Media Corporation Labs Innovation Award for their Automated Presence product line, consisting of such components as Automated Find Me, Continuous Call, and Hands Free Mail, all of which enable users to update their status on the basis of their locations. In accepting this award, the Vice President of Business Management said it best when he explained that MoviusCorp.com is dedicated to “developing solutions for both consumer and business users that add value by making their lives simpler.” What a laudable and pragmatic goal!