Nearly everyone has a smartphone, and the capabilities of these revered devices is seemingly endless. But it wasn’t always so. In the early 2000s, the most extravagant cellphone features included email, fax and web browsing. Since then advancement has been rampant, and today you can use smartphones to video message someone on the other side of the world, pay your utility bills, or remotely control your home lighting system. The sky is the limit.
Consorteum Holdings has spent the last three years of the technological evolution developing relationships and licensing agreements needed to compete in the emerging mobile gaming market.
Through its mix of on-deck partnerships, license agreements and joint-venture revenue share arrangements, the company specializes in utilizing smartphone capabilities for the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and other products.
Consorteum’s approach is designed to enable ultimate flexibility when sourcing solutions to achieve smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and the potential for new streams of revenue.
The company’s ThreeFiftyNine Inc. subsidiary is working with a software development team that previously designed the world’s first regulatory compliant mobile platform for delivery of gaming content created by a third party. The result of years of development and millions of engineering costs, the platform is the first generation software delivery platform for mobile devices. The technology is capable of delivering any digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device, a key differentiator that makes it possible for Consorteum to approach many different markets that are in the business of providing mobile connectivity and mobile content.
As the broader smartphone and technology industries continue to evolve in application and capability, Consorteum is pursuing mobile initiatives that benefit multiple business verticals. The company has designed its business initiatives to create repetitive transactions on an ongoing basis.
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