MIG Opens Cape Town Tech Centre

Mobile Interactive Group (MIG) has opened a technology centre in Cape Town, S. Africa. The facility has been specifically set up to develop new and innovative products for the mobile interactive industry and to support the rollout of MIGs technology on a global scale.
In line with its ambitious international expansion plans, MIG continues to invest heavily in its own intellectual property. The company says the opening of the technology centre in S. Africa will enable efficiency and speed to market, for a range of products releases across its core global platforms. Moreover, the comprehensive technology product is focused towards MIGs broad customer base, including mobile network operators, service providers, broadcasters and media companies, brands and multinational corporations.
Development and expertise will cover standards-based and emerging technologies such as Erlang, Ruby on Rails, Web 2.0, and mobile interactive solutions.
Our objective with the Cape Town Technology Centre is to provide our international clients with the same high standard of products and services as we do for our local clients in the UK, says MIG CTO, 
Marcus Kern. MIGs agile development methodology allows us to take new opportunities to market quickly, whilst maintaining an outstanding high level of software maturity and stability.”
MIG says that it will be announcing new client and business partnerships in the region in the coming months.

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