IMI Mobile has launched iPad application in partnership with National Rail Enquiries
IMImobile a leading global mobile data infrastructure and solutions provider to telecom operators, enterprises and media companies has launched iPad application in partnership with National Rail Enquiries (NRE).
The IMImobile powered NRE iPad application delivers a streamlined customer experience with a smartly divided customisable home screen and intuitively designed user interface. The app is built to satisfy all the needs of a user on the move, from real-time travel updates, journey planning,to the ability to save favourite journeys and purchase tickets for all UK train operators from the comfort of your home or a million other locations.
The application delivers the same capabilities as NRE’s successful iPhone counterpart. However, the iPad app moves beyond this, providing real-time Twitter updates and alert notifications for any delayed or cancelled trains from all UK train operators. These real-time features ensure the user is always kept updated and all the information necessary is presented on an easy to navigate, intuitive interface.
Alex Klose, Head of Marketing at IMImobile commented: “We have seen a strong growth in Apple’s iPad sales, providing device specific ways to access information is increasingly essential for any brand. In developing a dedicated iPad app for NRE, we incorporated a unique set of features in order to meet NRE’s mission of serving customers’ needs.”
“We are delighted with the appearance and functionality of the app and look forward to providing an additional resource for our users, making their journey less stressful and more enjoyable.” said Chris Scoggins, Chief Executive of NRE.
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