Rochester’s Kittyhawk Studios releases new iPhone app

Kittyhawk Studios sees the future of Internet marketing in cell phones, specifically the applications it is developing for hot technologies like the iPhone and iPad.

The Rochester Hills-based firm just released its second iPhone application called Paces. The event and training app helps users get event agendas, special announcements, and audience interaction directly into the hands of their audience. Event maps and facts can be updated in real time.

The instant update app fits into the ethos of Kittyhawk Studios, which specializes in providing quick results from marketing techniques that specialize in the here and now.

“We specialize in real-time marketing,” says Paul Bartlett, president of Kittyhawk Studios. “Our execution is very fast and very efficient. We look for measured results quickly.”
 
The firm is composed of four employees and a collection of independent contractors. It hopes to add another person or two this year as it takes on more apps for the iPhone and iPad.

“We’re always looking for engineers who might have something to add and are creative,” Bartlett says.

Source: Paul Bartlett, president of Kittyhawk Studios
Writer: Jon Zemke