Consorteum Holdings, Inc.’s (CSRH) Strategic Design Fosters Market Penetration, Client Relationships
Consorteum Holdings’ business model is structured on the ability to secure strategic relationships, joint venture partnerships, and licensing agreements that comfortably seat the company as a viable player in the mobile delivery and emerging mobile gaming markets.
Consorteum breathed life into this dynamic with the 2013 formation of its ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359) subsidiary. Supplementing the operations of the new subsidiary, Consorteum hired an experienced software development team that previously designed the world’s first regulatory-compliant mobile platform for the delivery of gaming content created by a third party. A result of years of development and millions in engineering costs, the platform stands as a first generation software delivery platform capable of delivering digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device.
The flexibility features of the platform were a scaffold for Consorteum to enter into multiple markets that provide mobile connectivity and mobile content. With the development team in place, Consorteum is now focused on adding additional businesses that complement its core capabilities and building a second-generation platform that will mark the entrance into the mobile gaming market.
Delivering digital media content via mobile devices is a complex task riddled with a number of obstacles associated with multiple different operating systems, user interfaces, and other form factors that can delay or stifle the launch of commercial initiatives.
359’s Universal Mobile Interface (“UMI”) mobile solution tackles these challenges by combining a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing the delivery of thin client applications that are handset agnostic. UMI supports more than 1,500 different handset/tablets that allow a unique capability to deliver optimum display content and device functionality to any mobile device.
Collectively, Consorteum’s mobile initiatives are designed to benefit multiple business verticals and create ongoing repetitive transactions in the fields of mobile compliance gaming, sports, entertainment, financial institutions, government, healthcare and the public sector.
The goal behind this design is to support the company’s business model while creating a base of clients that view the company as a partner rather than a technology provider to establish and maintain longer-lasting, more profitable relationships.
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