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Enterprise Mobility Company Infragistics Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Company focuses on optimal user experience, evolves to meet enterprise mobility needs

CRANBURY, N.J., Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Infragistics, a global leader in empowering rich user experiences, with a growing focus on enterprise mobility, today announced it is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Dean Guida, founder, president and CEO of Infragistics

"While our company has evolved over the last 25 years and continues to do so, we remain committed to creating a stunning user experience in everything we do," said Dean Guida, founder, president and CEO of Infragistics. "By providing the best developer tools, as well as business intelligence and collaboration solutions, we help enterprises empower their employees to work anywhere, anytime, enabling higher productivity and better decisions.

"As the largest user-interface solution provider with the longest history in the component space, we remain devoted to the great products and superior value-added services that have helped us build a loyal customer base in a quarter of a century. We continue adapting to trends, such as the shift to mobile, multi-platform, bring-your-own-device workforces."

Since 1989, Guida and his team have built Infragistics into a multinational business with more than 350 employees, and over 500,000 customers, including many Fortune 500 businesses. Reflecting the company's developer roots, more than a million software developers today trust Infragistics for enterprise-ready UI toolsets that deliver high-performance applications for the Web, Windows and mobile environments.

Palm Beach Software Design, a prominent custom software development and design organization, is a charter customer, using the company's UI development tools even before ProtoView and Sheridan Software merged to form Infragistics.

"The products, services, and support offered by the Infragistics team have been nothing short of awesome over the last 25 years," said Mark Turkel, president and senior software architect of Palm Beach Software Design. "Our multi-platform applications have a world-class look and feel that Web, desktop and mobile users have come to expect."

He continued: "Infragistics Ultimate provides a wonderful user experience, along with visually stunning solutions. Our software developers are able to implement complex applications quickly, spending more time on workflow and logic, and less time on presentation, because of the consistency of the controls and tools. Infragistics Ultimate is a complete win for everyone involved – our project managers and developers, and, most importantly, our end users. Working with Infragistics has helped us retain long-term clients and win new business."

To mark its anniversary, Infragistics will host a virtual birthday party/webinar in partnership with WintellectNOW on Aug. 27 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon EDT. Some of the industry's brightest and best will deliver tips and tricks. The event hosts also will raffle off software and a day of mentoring with industry luminaries. Please register here.

About Infragistics 

A global leader in empowering enterprise mobility, Infragistics provides the best-possible user experience to help Fortune 500 and other large businesses transform their data into visually compelling, shareable, actionable insights. Quick, easy access to this visual business intelligence across all communications platforms – Web, Windows and mobile – enhances productivity and decision making. The Infragistics Enterprise Mobility Suite combines SharePlus, the universal mobile interface for SharePoint, and ReportPlus, the first self-service dashboard and reporting application, both available in iOS and Android versions.

Founded in 1989, Infragistics built its reputation as a provider of simple yet robust tools to help developers create user-friendly, consumer-like applications. It has developed and offers unique design tools for rapid, interactive prototyping. More than a million developers trust Infragistics for enterprise-ready, user interface toolsets that deliver high-performance apps for Web, Windows and mobile environments. Visit Infragistics at www.infragistics.com.

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