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N.J. Technology Council receives 41 submissions for mobile apps forum

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The New Jersey Technology Council has received 41 submissions for its Mobile Apps Forum, which will assemble some of the highest-regarded mobile app developers in the region at Princeton University.

At the forum, which is sponsored by AT&T and takes place on June 25, attendees will hear from panels and watch this years’ winners demonstrate the top apps of the last two years.

Submissions were made in the sub-categories of: Enterprise Mobile Apps, Health/Wellness Apps, Mobile Media, Mobile Commerce, Technology & Arts, Smart City Applications and Social Media. Apps were accepted from states throughout the region, California and Ohio, and three foreign countries.

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Keynote speaker Paritosh Bajpay, vice president of Services Design & Development at AT&T, will also address the forum. Bajpay’s projects have received AT&T’s Software Excellence Award five times for exceptional software quality and development process. Most recently, Bajpay, who currently holds 78 patents, received the esteemed CIO 100 Award, which annually recognizes 100 companies who demonstrate excellence and achievement in IT.

Other events taking place during the event include panels on mobile medical applications, funding mobile apps, health & IT, work groups on application development and cloud computing. The group will also be addressed by professors from both Princeton and Stevens Institute of Technology. Other panelists include representatives from New Jersey Institute of Technology, Drexel University, M3 Health, Fairmount Partners, Start Up Valley, Navio Health and phone.com.


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