Bravo! Marketing is getting into the wireless business, joining the ranks of firms that are offering their clients the development of wireless Web sites.
The company has designed a wireless version of its own site to show off its capabilities. Bravo! says it can offer clients features like product news, orders, and up-to-the-minute sales figures.
“A year from now, most companies will consider wireless Web access to their sites a necessity, not a luxury,” says Rich Scherle, exective vice president, Bravo! marketing.
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