- John Psuik became a triathlon athlete only three years ago, but his Milwaukee-based mobile software products company has been engaged in a simple marathon since opening in 1996.
And now, the route of that marathon has taken a sharp turn toward Europe and Asia.
Psuik, founder and owner of Windows mobile
The company, which now reaches just about every corner of the globe, generates 40 percent of its sales in the United States, and its products are offered in multiple languages abroad. Code Wallet, which organizes personal and business information, is offered in 18 different languages, and Agenda One will start out in 20 languages.
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ny people simply are unaware that you can add software to the device.
Software as a fitness tool
They also may be unaware of what it can be used for. Psuik, for example, relied on his own software products and his pocket PC to shed 100 pounds. His life change began when he saw pictures of himself at a conference, and a subsequent weigh-in confirmed that at 265 pounds, he w......Full article >>>
c, technology-based business.
He said Developer One has made good use of the Technology Innovation Center, the reserach parks incubation building, starting out in one room and gradually expanding in terms of space and employees.
Thats the type of thing we really like to see, and it doesnt make any difference how old the company is, necessarily, as long as it continues to innovat......Full article >>>
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