Applico

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Applico
Privately Owned
Industry Information Technology & Services
Founded 2009
Headquarters 220 East 23rd Street, Suite 501, New York, NY 10010
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Alex Moazed, Founder/CEO
Services Platform Thinking Workshop, Platform Strategy, Product Design, Platform Engineering, Ecosystem Growth and Management, Platform Business Integration
Number of employees
75+
Website http://www.applicoinc.com/

Applico, LLC is a mobile strategy company that is headquartered in New York, NY, with offices in Los Angeles and Boston. It provides mobile consulting and development products,[1] and designs and develops cell-phone applications for companies.[2]

History[edit]

Applico was founded by current CEO Alex Moazed in 2009 while attending Babson College.[3] An article on The Wall Street Journal describes Applico’s strategy of focusing on mobile technology: "If there's an art, it's not so much in making a pretty app as it is spotting the next wave before the competition does."[4]

Awards[edit]

  • 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For[5]
  • Empact 100[6]
  • The New York Enterprise Report
  • 2011 Annual Communicator Winner – The Communicator Awards[7]
  • #1 Top Android Development Firm – June 2014[8][9]
  • #5 Best Mobile App Development Company – April 2014 [10]

Press[edit]

Applico was profiled in the Wall Street Journal in an article called Inside the App Culture.[11] The article related Applico to the fast-growing mobile startup based in NYC seen in the HBO show Girls.

On July 24 2016, CNN.com reported that an Applico employee named Nick Johnson had caught all 142 Pokémon available in the United States in the Pokémon Go game.

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