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Ionixx Technologies Announces Custom Software Development w/ Blockchain Tech

Co-founded by a father and two daughters, IonixxTech.com is working to help women entrepreneurs and leaders develop world class applications

Los Angeles, CA – June 2, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

In 2017, the global blockchain technology market reached more than $339.5 million, with the size forecasted to grow to $2.3 billion by 2021. Today, blockchain technology is moving into several sectors and industries, providing advances in technology never seen before. These advances are spurring new growth and development that are helping companies grow profits significantly.

With countless people taking advantage of blockchain technology, it’s no surprise it has made its way into the realm of mobile app development. Taking advantage of this, Ionixx Technologies is proud to announce they now offer blockchain based app development services. This technology company, started by a father and daughters team, is reinventing mobile app development – for the better.

“We build custom blockchain based solutions for businesses that are looking to quickly innovate and to grab the advantages blockchain development has to offer,” stated CEO of Ionixx Technologies Manju Mohan. “We take a unique, strategic approach to implement blockchain technologies in our custom software development services. We understand that blockchain is now streamlining businesses processes throughout the world – and we are taking full advantage of it in the service we offer to our clients.”

The majority of people still associate Blockchain with cryptocurrencies, such as BitCoin; however, Ionixx Technologies is utilizing the technology in several ways, including for logistic, retail, supply chain, and financial services. This company works to build successful projects and do research using cutting-edge crypto and blockchain technologies.

“Our company provides you with blockchain integration, smart contacts, the ability to help with custom projects and more,” continued Mohan. “If you are interested in the services that we offer, then you should contact our team for a free, 30-minute consultation. We continue to work to provide services that exceed our customer’s expectations.”

Additional information about the blockchain services offered by Ionixx Technologies can be found by visiting the company’s website.

ABOUT IONIXX TECHNOLOGIES

Ionixx Technologies is a technology development firm that is focused on cloud and mobile technologies that help to digitize enterprises. The company is headquartered in California and initially started by a father and his two daughters, Manju Mohan and Swathi Mohan. The values of the company include transparency, close collaboration, a focus on results and the perfect process. These values ensure complete customer satisfaction, regardless of how simple or complex the project may be.

Contact Info:
Name: Manju Mohan
Email: mm@ionixxtech.com
Organization: Ionixx Technologies
Address: 170 W Dayton St., Apt 1019, Pasadena, CA 91105
Phone: 4152729982

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