The HSBC Waratahs have deployed a new mobile service delivery platform which allows fans to access game and transport information directly from the Super 15 rugby team’s website.
The platform, which was built by Blink Mobile Interactive, came about following three years of research into fan behaviour and website information needs.
The BlinkForms module within the securely hosted Blink Mobility Platform enables the rapid creation and deployment of customised electronic forms that can be completed and uploaded to Council systems using a variety of commonly available tablets, phones and laptops.
Logan City Council will extend its mobile strategy across more Council departments using BlinkMobile Interactive, an Australian Platform-as-a-Service provider which enables the rapid development and deployment of mobile business services.
Logan City Council has armed its food and 'nuisance tree' inspectors with iPad 2 devices in a project with wider implications for the council's desktop strategy.
Chief information officer Jim Barclay told iTnews that 15 officers use an electronic form app on the iPad that captures data in the field from the device's camera to generate a PDF report.
Australia-based carbon credits trading marketplace, Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX), is using the services of BlinkMobile to provide access to its carbon credits trading platform from mobile devices.
According to BlinkMobile, carbon traders can access the exchange from anywhere in the world to research, buy and sell carbon credits, or check the value of a portfolio from a smartphone, tablet or other Internet capable device.