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|Imavex and Google Look to the Future for Success and Development|
June 17th 2008 - |
The professionals at Imavex are constantly in pursuit of advancements
and new technologies that have the potential to add value to the
products and services they offer. This pursuit led the company to send
one of their own, Gerald Stanley, to the Google I/O Conference in May
2008. According to google.com, "Google I/O is a two day developer
event focused on both Google developer products as well as other open
initiatives for the web."
How can Imavex partner with Google?
The purpose of sending Stanley to this conference was for him to take
in all the information presented by the speakers and wrap his mind
around Google's developments. He then could transform this into how
Google's progress can be utilized at Imavex. Stanley said "The
conference opened up more possibilities for Imavex and new ways of
making our product better. We are now working on it to make
The Android Project
One such development from Google is the Android Project. The basis of
the project is cell phones. Currently, many different models of cell
phones exist. If an application is created for one model, no simple
way exists to use that application on the other models. Developers
have to re-create the application for each type of model. What the
Android Project does is translate the application across the different
models so developers only have to create it once. But what does this
mean for Imavex and its clients?
Utilizing Android at Imavex
What Android does is open up Imavex's current product to possible cell
phone applications. The ability to add this feature is exciting and
will be considered as the Android Project progresses to see if it
coincides with Imavex's clientele's goals.
It is certain that the future of Imavex and the success of its clients
can be greatly enhanced by partnering with Google and its
developments. Stanley's time at the Google I/O Conference just puts
Imavex one step ahead of the game.
To find out more about Stanley's time at Google, click here.