BlinkMobile Interactive, an Australian headquartered Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) provider, today announced international expansion into the European mobility market through its partnership with Spargonet Consulting, an innovative UK-based IT consultancy and services company

Spargonet will deliver BlinkMobile solutions and services to government and enterprise organisations using its more than 30 years’ experience in design, development, integration and software applications.

Building the new technology flight path

  • Tuesday, 28 January 2014 11:00
  • BlinkMobile

Technology underpins almost every part of a business these days, and that is certainly the case when it comes to the aviation industry. Whether it’s internal operations or customer facing, IT is at the forefront, making it happen. But this also means there’s not much room to mess up.

Gordon Dunsford, CIO at Airservices, a government-owned corporation that manages airspace, says when IT systems don’t work it can be catastrophic. “It could potentially mean loss of lives. IT is about helping to ensure more than anything else that we continue with our safety-led way of [operations], ensuring that we have zero loss of separation.”

BlinkMobile Interactive Recognised As A Cool Company

  • Thursday, 07 November 2013 11:00
  • BlinkMobile

BlinkMobile Interactive has been recognised as one of Australia's top 100 "Cool Companies" by Anthill Magazine

Anthill Magazine's 8th Annual Cool Company Awards, to be held in Melbourne on the 21st of November recognises Australia's coolest companies, companies that manage to stay one step ahead of the rest companies that breed leaders who are rule-makers and rule-breakers. They are organisations that aspire to be admired. They are trend-setters in attitude and action.

BlinkMobile Announces Five More Councils Commit to BlinkForms

  • Tuesday, 27 November 2012 11:00
  • BlinkMobile

BlinkMobile Interactive, an Australian headquartered Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) provider, today announced that five more Councils have committed to BlinkMobile’s Forms package in the last four weeks.

Moreland City Council in Victoria, and Hornsby, Pittwater, Singleton and Marrickville Councils in New South Wales, will use BlinkForms to automate processes for mobile and in-field staff as part of their mobility IT strategies, enabling staff to capture, send and receive data remotely using mobile forms from any mobile device.