'We are dedicated team of mobile technologies experts that has been developing mobile apps since 2003.'
Founded in 2009 and headquartered in San Rafael, California (15 miles north of San Francisco) XYMOB is led by experienced wireless industry executives and a world class mobile application development team. The team brings over 50 years of combined experience in mobile application development across multiple mobile platforms.
Sunit Lohtia has been helping companies build mobile software solutions since 1999. Before starting Xymob in 2009, he was CTO of Autodesk Location services where he launched several location based mobile apps for Verizon Wireless, Sprint PCS and other operators. Earlier, he has led wireless products initiatives at Openwave, ATT wireless, Sprint PCS and Telus Mobility.
Sunit enjoys working with companies to identify new products opportunities, automate business processes and optimize work flow using mobile technologies. He regularly assists companies in various segments such as retail, mobile games and mobile enterprise apps. He has launched several successful mobile consumer apps with Millions of downloads.
Praveen has been developing software and managing engineering teams for the past 15 years. He managed engineering teams at Global Logic and Autodesk before joining Xymob.
Praveen manages all mobile software architecture and product development at Xymob. He has developed complex mobile applications and games on features phones, much before iPhone or Android came to the market.
Vamsi has been developing enterprise system software for more than 15 years. He has worked as a system architect for Autodesk, Thomson Reuter, Tumri and Symphony Services.
Vamsi is expert in designing complex systems using Java, J2EE and other server technologies. He specializes in developing persistence and web application frameworks, scalable and high performance systems, and scalable databases.
Chris Myers is a renowned mobile technology adviser and entrepreneur. He has founded, invested in, and held senior operating roles in mobile technology ventures since 2002. In the past, Chris has worked at Autodesk, Goldman Sachs and Svoboda Capital Partners.
Chris enjoys working with companies to help them realize the power of mobility as part of their product strategy. He currently works with companies in the real-time location sharing market as well as the wearable market.