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NIS Holdings Corp. (OTC: NISC) and Alpha Dynamic Group, Inc., announced they have a new application for mobile devices in development as part of a multi-platform approach for Earn IQ, their soon to be launched rewards platform.
The company aims to create a unique mobile environment that will enhance the registered user experience by enabling consumers to interact with the brand’s services wherever they are. This will ultimately boost the desired outcome for Earn IQ to become ubiquitous in consumers everyday mobile use habits.
Through the added benefit of Earn IQ mobile access, the company intends to further engage and expand its target audience while at the same time broadening the scope of marketing and promotion services to merchants.
The mobile applications will be designed for iPhone and Android devices and the basic features plan include those of the Earn IQ web site:
MONTREAL–(Marketwire – Oct 16, 2012) – LULU SOFTWARE, the publisher of Soda® PDF, a portable document format (PDF) editing and creation application, today announced that they are set to release brand new versions of the products in their flagship Soda PDF line.
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NatWest has temporarily suspended a mobile phone application which allows customers to withdraw cash from cash machines without their cards.
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TORRANCE, CA–(Oct 4, 2012) – Today Salusoft, Inc. a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sebastian River Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS:SBRH) has launched Mobile Application Development program — in a world dominated by the use of interactive applications on mobile devices, every business in the world has a need and desire to tap into portable apps to promote growth or offer value-added services that increase sales and with mobile application user numbers in the billions no business can avoid the new ‘dot-com boom’.
Exciting New Startup Launches Groundbreaking Website and Mobile Application Focused on a New Approach to Video Consumption and Search
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Department for Transport concerned judicial review may delay or throw off course rail franchising system
Virgin tycoon Sir Richard Branson could be facing MPs in parliament next week to make his case that the award of the west coast mainline franchise was flawed, as doubts grow that the government can stick to its rail franchising timetable.
After the 11th hour application to the high court from Virgin’s lawyers last Tuesday stopped the planned signing off of the west coast contract to FirstGroup, the rail minister, Theresa Villiers, told the Commons on Monday: “As a result of a legal challenge, which the government intends to defend robustly, we have not yet signed the contract with First West Coast, and consequently the competition remains live.
The transport select committee will on Tuesday discuss bringing representatives of Virgin Trains and FirstGroup before them to answer questions about the process that saw the incumbents lose the franchise they held for 15 years after being outbid by up to £2bn for the rights to run trains from London to Glasgow until at least 2026.
Branson, who would be one of the more high-profile witnesses ever to appear before the committee, has indicated he would fly to London to attend. Tim O’Toole, the chief executive of FirstGroup who has frequently faced MPs before, would also answer questions.
The transport secretary, Justine Greening – should she survive the cabinet reshuffle – will also face questions at a separate session next Wednesday. The chair of the committee, Louise Ellman, had asked her to delay the franchise award for parliamentary scrutiny.
Meanwhile, there are growing concerns within the Department for Transport (DfT) that the judicial review may delay or throw off course the rail franchising system.
The 11th hour application to the high court from Virgin’s lawyers last Tuesday stopped the planned signing off of the west coast contract to FirstGroup. Should judges decide that the DfT needs to defend the process in court, the timetable for other planned awards is likely to slip.
Four major franchises are due to be decided in 2013, including the currently state-run east coast mainline and two operated by FirstGroup – the Great Western and Thameslink services.