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Mobile Comply adds 5 staff in downtown Pontiac

The app economy isn't just a boom for software developers and the companies that use their technology. It's also a growth opportunity for educators aiming to teach the world the advantages of mobile.

That has been the case with Mobile Comply, a downtown Pontiac-based company that helps educate businesses and institutions (think higher education) on how best to leverage mobile technology.

"We have doubled in size every year since we started in 2010," says Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of Mobile Comply.

That means Mobile Comply now employs a growing staff of employees and a large number of independent contractors. It has hired five people over the last year, including curriculum writers, trainers and mobile developers.

Farnsworth credits the rapid adoption of mobile technology since the launch of the iPhone six years ago as the driving force behind her company's growth. The serial entrepreneur sold her education technology company in 2006 and started Mobile Comply a few years later after seeing the change that would sweep the technology industry. She thinks that growth momentum will continue to build as mobile technology continues to become more ingrained in mainstream America and abroad.

"I expect to triple in size over the next three years," Farnsworth says. "I also expect to be recognized on an international level."

Source: Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of Mobile Comply
Writer: Jon Zemke
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