When Passion and Mobile Collide
History has proven passionate people, who unite for a common cause, create a revolution: a revolution in thought, a revolution in perspective, a revolution with global impact.
An explosive revolution is happening here in mobile.
Let me net it out: the passion runs deep at Appcelerator, from the founders, developers, designers, engineers, services, sales. Don’t take my word for it. Look at our passionate customers who are revolutionizing the way they engage with their clients.
Zipcar: Passionate about leveraging mobile to change the way people experience transporation.
Triplingo: Passionate about how mobile enables cross cultural communication.
LegoLand: Passionate about using mobile to enhance, personalize/socialize and share precious vacation time with your family.
Our metrics, our customer success stories, scream that Appcelerator is leading, in fact defining the Mobile Revolution:
- 300,000 developers who rely on Appcelerator Titanium
- 40,000 apps in the wild
- 50M devices globally have an app that was written on Titanium
Net-net, we closely collaborate with our customers, empowering them to fundamentally shift the way they engage, the way they “speak” with their customers, acting like a guide in this tectonic shift called mobile.
However, all that matters are the people. If you have not had the opportunity to work with people who are passionate about what they do, fasten your seatbelts.
Passionate people don’t take no for an answer. Passionate people make things happen. Passionate people are relentless in making progress towards the common goal. Don’t worry about urgency – speed to execution is not an issue. A team of passionate people create a revolution that impacts the world.
The passionate people at Appceleator are working to change the way the world communicates.
We want to impact the way you interact with the World.
Trenton Truitt leads Sales at Appcelerator and joined the company to help create a culture of world-class, passionate, and empowered people to define and lead the Mobile Revolution. He wants a seat at the table to change the way the world communicates.