VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 4, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Frank Evanshen, CEO of WordLogic Corporation (OTCBB:WLGC), a predictive technology software company that markets patented search technology, has named consultant Michael "Mike" Flom, Managing Director of Flom Wireless Application/LBS Consulting, as the company's Director of Mobile Technology.
"With the market for predictive input technology exploding in such mobile devices as the Android and other smartphones, as well as navigation devices, PCs and TVs, it is critical for WordLogic to expand its technical marketing capabilities to reach out to major device makers and operators and demonstrate our game-changing software," says Mr. Evanshen.
An engineer by training, Mr. Flom is regarded as a leading expert on the development and marketing of mobile and location-based service applications like GPS navigation, and presents at conferences throughout the world. His work includes creating the first e-commerce system for American Express, the first wireless city guide/navigator with Ericsson and the first mass-market GPS Tracking service on a mass-market cell phone launched with Motorola and Nextel.
Mr. Flom has a BS in Engineering and an MBA from Arizona State University.
"Mike Flom will be playing a critical role in helping develop interest among the complete supply chain of mobile and smartphone devices from the chip makers and other suppliers to the manufacturers and telecom service providers," adds Mr. Evanshen. "His experience as an engineer, inventor, application innovator and business executive will open new opportunities for our predictive input technology."
Mr. Evanshen also announced, that in support of the new marketing and business development efforts under Mr. Flom's direction, WordLogic is expanding its product development team.
Vancouver, BC-based WordLogic () is the developer of patent-protected predictive text software used in input and Internet-based search applications. WordLogic offers advanced methods of text and information entry into personal computing devices ranging from small handheld mobile devices like smartphones to tablet and desktop computers. WordLogic has several patents granted on its current products with many new applications now under consideration, which are available for licensing.
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