Company rolls out new mobile platform

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Engaged, a company that helps boat dealers manage social media, launched a new mobile app development platform.

The platform will help businesses create, manage and publish mobile applications without having to know complicated coding, buy expensive software or hire a professional designer, Engaged CEO Josh Chiles says.

“Manufacturers have spent thousands of dollars and hours on development to create mobile applications to connect to a mobile community,” Chiles said in a statement. “It’s about time the average marine dealer with a much smaller budget has a way to connect to their own mobile community.”

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