Mobinex

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Mobinex
Private
Industry Mobile application development
Founded Istanbul, Turkey
May 2002
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Area served
Worldwide
Number of employees
20 (2015)
Website Mobinex.biz

Mobinex is a provider of mobile applications to mobile operators, content providers, media companies and enterprises since 2002. Mobinex provides various mobile solutions with specializations including but not limited to:

  • Mobile financial services
  • M-commerce
  • Mobile security
  • Mobile capture

Company's spin-off product Smartface Platform is a drag-and-drop cross-platform mobile application development and management tool which enables fast publishing of mobile applications across different operating systems.

Corporate history[edit]

The company was founded on May 15, 2002. It was initially focused developing Smartface Platform, cross mobile application development and management tool.

2002 - Mobinex is founded

2002 - Mobinex launches “Push to Talk

2003 - The solution “Push to Talk Plus” is acquired by Telsim (Vodafone Turkey)[1]

2004 - Mobinex launches Smartface Platform

2006 - Smartface Platform is selected by operators for their value added services operations.

2009 - Smarface Platform started facilitating in Banking Sector by integration with OTP Providers[2]

2010 - Smartface Platform is chosen by Banks for their operations in mobile channels[3][4][5][6][7]

2010 - Mobinex unveils Smartface Designer Community Edition[8]

2011 - Mobinex launches Smartface Financial Services Platform[9]

2014 - Smartface Platform was spun-off to Smartface Inc. for the development of next generation Smartface App Studio

Customers[edit]

Main customers of Mobinex:[10]

  • Abank
  • Akbank
  • Aktifbank
  • Garanti Bank
  • ING Bank
  • Kuveyt Turk Bank
  • Limango
  • Vodafone

Products[edit]

Push to Talk Plus (PoC+)[edit]

Push to Talk Plus, also known as PoC+, is an application that uses a method of conversing on half-duplex communication lines, including two-way radio, using a momentary button to switch from voice reception mode to transmit mode. It uses a service option for a cellular phone network which permits subscribers to use their phone as a walkie-talkie with unlimited range. One significant advantage of PoC+ is that it allows a single person to reach an active talk group with a single button press; users need not make several calls to coordinate with a group.[11]

Smartface Platform[edit]

Smartface Platform is drag-and-drop cross-platform mobile application development and management tool and first released in 2006. Smartface Designer, the component of Smartface Platform enables visual development of mobile applications with drag-and-drop actions and interactive wizards. Smartface Server the other component of the platform provides an application life-cycle management system, with capabilities of distributing, tracking, promoting and advertising of applications. After its spin-off from Mobinex in 2014, the next generation of the platform, Smartface App Studio is being developed by Smartface Inc, a Palo Alto company.

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