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Usually when we’re talking about mobile technology it’s sexy stuff—iPhones, iPads, Androids, Kindles, and similar devices that run amazing applications. But there’s a whole world of mobile that isn’t quite as exciting, and sometimes it might even tick you off. While you’re busy using mobile apps to connect with friends, find great restaurants, and play games, the police officer that just noticed your illegally parked car is using a mobile app to write you a ticket. I know it doesn’t sound that great, but it is if you’re working at Brazos Technology in College Station, TX. They “extend public safety software applications to mobile environments for organizations with widespread mobile employees,” and they’re making a lot of money doing it. They came in at #293 on the Inc. 500 with 1,026% three-year revenue growth to $3.4 million.
Brazos Technology currently works with “140 agencies employing more than 10,000 users.” Most of their clients are Texas police departments, but there are also some sheriff’s offices and municipal courts mixed in there as well. Brazos Technology offers both packaged solutions and customized solutions, so they are able to easily implement their software applications into pre-existing systems. Beyond public safety uses, Brazos Technology also provides software for markets like education, inventory tracking, and field service. It’s not social networking or games, but it’s real stuff that increases efficiency and reduces long-term costs. If you’re intrigued by what Brazos Technology is doing, you should check out their Jobs page. They don’t have specific openings posted, but they seem most interested in hiring software developers. I could also see their taking on people on the sales side, but that’s just a guess. If you’re interested, reach out to them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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