Based in Valencia, California, Fotuitas does a lot of work with the US government and military, most of which is around website development, creating sites for the Department of Defense and US Marine Corps. The company has also worked with brands such as Wellpoint and the Tennis Channel.
Fortuitas says Xamarin’s platform is already allowing them to rapidly develop cross platform apps in C##. The agency plans on using Xamarin’s cross app development platform on iOS, Android and – interestingly – Google Glass projects.
Fortuitas CEO Jack Kurtz said:
“Xamarin offers the most efficient tools to develop cross-platform apps, allowing maximum code reuse between platforms. Thanks to Xamarin, we are now building fully native apps for our clients in a fraction of the time.”
Xamarin has been going from strength-to-strength recently. The company announced a record setting $54 million in series B funding back in late August and has managed to build a community of over 700,000 developers. One of those clients includes Microsoft, which has a major global partnership in place with the platform.
Xamarin also recently announced its Test Cloud solution a couple of week ago, allowing developers to test apps remotely on a range of different devices. The company is now getting ready to host its second annual Xamarin Evolve conference in Atlana.