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Symphony Teleca Unveils the Connected Experience Design Center

Symphony Teleca Corporation, the services organization dedicated exclusively to helping clients manage the global convergence of software, the cloud and connected devices, today formally unveiled its Connected Experience (CX) Design Center.

Ubiquitous access to applications, services and data is becoming a critical industry demand with consistent usability across devices being a key for success. Based on strong market demand, Symphony Teleca is launching this end-user-centric design center to deliver seamless and optimized user experiences across different technologies, devices and form factors.

Symphony Teleca’s track record in creative design projects – from handsets to consumer electronics to connected cars - has laid the foundation for a dedicated Connected Experience Design Center and manifests the commitment to support customers as a strategic partner in solving their next generation connected experience challenges.

The Connected Experience Design Center complements Symphony Teleca’s solution portfolio by bridging design and engineering into a tightly synced execution process delivering connected experience solutions across mobile devices, consumer electronics, automotive, retail, enterprise and more.

The set of capabilities and offerings include:

  • Innovation Research, Strategy & Consulting
  • User-Centered Design & Prototyping
  • Interaction & Visual Design
  • Interface & Connectivity Development
  • Usability Validation & Testing

The team, established in Mountain View, California integrates closely with Silicon Valley’s trends in technology and design, while leveraging skills and design paradigms from global delivery centers located around the world. By linking Information Architects, User Researchers and Visual Designers with Software Architects, Engineers, and Quality Assurance, the Connected Experience Design team implements a best in class iterative and collaborative execution process.

“In a connected world engineering excellence is not enough to co-create next generation products with our clients. The ability to tackle the usability challenge across device types and form factors through highly compelling and intuitive user interfaces is key,” said Sanjay Dhawan, Chief Executive Officer, Symphony Teleca Corporation. “Through our investment in the Connected Experience Design Center we can better support our clients as strategic partners, delivering turnkey design and engineering solutions for the development of their next generation products.”

“The automotive industry recognizes the huge software and services potential that the connected car offers as the next big gateway to the Internet. To maximize this opportunity, we expect to see significant investments in In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems globally as they become one of the top differentiators among automobiles” said Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover & Vice President, GENIVI. “The announcement of Symphony Teleca’s Connected Experience Design Center is timely given the current state of the market and need for automotive user experience expertise stemming from a deep understanding of mobile devices.”

About Symphony Teleca

Symphony Teleca Corporation, headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., is the world’s first services company dedicated exclusively to helping clients manage the global convergence of software, the cloud and connected devices. The company delivers innovative products combined with contemporary product development, systems integration, analytics and managed services to hundreds of organizations around the world. Symphony Teleca’s 5,800 employees support customers from 32 offices globally, including delivery centers in Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas. For more information visit, www.symphonyteleca.com and www.cx.symphonyteleca.com

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