OTT platform and multiscreen service provider, Visual Unity Global is announcing version 4.0 of their cloud-based mobile web publishing and mobile marketing platform called vuMobile . The new release, scheduled for mid-January 2014, will allow users to publish a responsive web-design in just five minutes.
The UNITY Mobile entity has been present on the global market since 2008, and has now become a subsidiary of Visual Unity. The new vuMobile brand and website has been repositioned as platform offering within the product portfolio of Visual Unity.
vuMobile version 4.0, introduces capabilities that are designed to rapidly mobilize businesses and empower partners and resellers. The latest version will include the following main features:
· The Mobile Site Editor enables a responsive web-design which covers any resolution and screen size from tiny phones to large 4K smart TVs.
· The vuMobile platform introduces a powerful new m-commerce plugin, supporting multiple global payment gateways so that users can incorporate shopping carts directly into their responsive web-sites.
· The new Loyalty mobile card program for SMBs, allows partners to dynamically grow their customer portfolio, and providers much more flexibility in monetising their assets
Tomas Petru, CEO of Visual Unity Global, says. “This new platform will make it significantly easier and more efficient for end users to publish websites that fit all screen sizes and resolutions. This includes support for feature phones through to smart phones, tablets and the latest 4K televisions. The vuMobile platform quickly builds a mobile web presence, without the need for expensive IT resources.”
“We have implemented a responsive design, based on extensive feedback from our customers and partners, and to follow the latest trends in multiscreen internet browsing,” adds Gabriel Dusil, Chief Marketing and Corporate Strategy officer at Visual Unity Global. “Building on our experience in video broadcasting, Visual Unity will continue to develop the vuMobile™ platform, and help broadcasters, ISPs, and web-hosting providers, to implement effective and measurable mobile campaigns.”