Mobile Application

Braxton launches dynamic mobile application for clients

Busy clients want to have information at their fingertips but don’t necessarily have the time to seek out the latest applications. Braxton have designed its mobile application to help clients keep up with relevant, best-in-market services that can make their lives easier while they search for information about the type of solutions Braxton offers, like internationalization of business. The Braxton app is part of a wider strategy to develop products and services for mobile devices to improve a client’s productivity, comfort and safety. Enhancements made in the coming months will be automatically added to this mobile application.

Braxton Group, a global leader specialized in professional services and venture capital, announced today the worldwide launch of a free application for iPhone and Android mobile devices that aggregates best-of-market travel apps and mobile websites into one convenient mobile app. Corporate clients are looking for mobile solutions that increase their control over professional services and any unexpected events that could occur. The mobile application of Braxton is helping clients by offering a flexible and dynamic solution that supplies relevant and up-to-date information when it is needed, without the time-consuming task of searching through the hundreds of thousands of apps currently available.

Users who download the mobile application made by Braxton from their device’s app store can preview and add a selection of apps, most of them available free of charge, and be kept informed of new apps carefully selected by Braxton as they arrive on the market. Approximately 12 applications are included, providing a wide array of services.

Users can download the Braxton mobile application now to their iPhone or Android device; a BlackBerry version of the Braxton mobile application will be available soon.

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