Tuesday, July 29, 2014

MoFuse: Easy, Cost-Effective Mobile Websites

Headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, MoFuse is the global leader in mobile content management, offering easy and affordable solutions for individuals and organizations to build and manage mobile websites. Founded in 2007, MoFuse (short for Mobile Fusion) hosts more than 40,000 mobile sites from nearly 150 countries. Clients include Michigan Blood, CHR Health, Tire Pros, Altus Dental, Tourism Burnaby, Visit Palestine, Hoffer Adler, American Sentinel University, Salve Regina University, and the Jazz Institute of Chicago.

MoFuse's mobile content management platform enables small and medium businesses, global enterprises, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and professional bloggers to establish and optimize their mobile presence for over 5,000 devices. The company helps its customers create new revenue pathways and build ongoing relationships with their mobile audience through powerful features such as click-to-call, m-commerce, store locator, map, QR code, mobile advertising, mobile analytics, mobile coupon, design tools, and social sharing.

Customers can build their site with just a few clicks and be up and running in only a few minutes, thanks to MoFuse's easy and intuitive wizard. For those who don't have the time or inclination to make their own site, MoFuse provides custom mobile website design services. Customers can then update and maintain the completed site themselves or hire MoFuse to do it for them.

MoFuse also provides advanced search and SEO to improve a mobile site's social presence, search positioning, and directory listings. In addition, MoFuse has mobile marketing programs that help businesses connect with their clients and convert them into return customers.

MoFuse is currently led by chief executive officer Annette Tonti, a seasoned exec with over 20 years of experience in entrepreneurship and business. Tonti was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2002 regional finalist and has been named one of Mobile Marketer's “Mobile Women to Watch” in 2011.

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