Ahmedabad-based global industrial software maker Blair Studios to build Flutter apps in just 24 hours – ThePrint

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Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], May 24 (ANI / NewsView): Creator of industrial software Blair Studios CTO Parth Shah said the company has successfully passed phase three of its maintenance-free software testing in India and the United States.

He added, “The real challenge we faced during the research phase was to make applications maintenance-free on such a tight budget. But we went ahead and did it.

Since 2002, Blair has grown steadily with its pharmaceutical automated software known for its door-to-roof monitoring technique to the mobile app. The current version of industrial software supports BarCode, QRCode, Work from Home, Mobile App Linking, Global Internet Access Specialty and many more features.

Rajesh Shah, Former Director of Divine Life Care and Managing Director of Divine Venture Catalyst India and Ghana said: “We have been able to anticipate the change well in advance and our research team at Blair has done a very good job in upgrading. from the ground. ”The father-son duo are now actively seeking to connect technology to drugs.

“Blair Studios recently launched its games start-up Sequel5 developed after the US patent US5029871A game expired in 87 countries. The game passed 10,000 downloads on Google Play Store in just 20 days after its second stable release. Following the success of our own brand of games developed using Flutter, we are now confident to enter the Instant Flutter app market, ”he added.

To reduce costs, the company ended operations in several markets and ditched servers and software that required high maintenance. It still works with some private servers and Google Cloud services, as well as home entrepreneurs who own and operate back-end technology.

To improve efficiency, Blair streamlined local projects into three groups: individual developer, remote freelancers, and traditional dedicated teams. In April, Shah reportedly told freelancers that the startup was progressing towards a rebound after COVID and was soon set to launch an in-house remote independent work platform to facilitate operational workflow within the company. business.

The company aims to be among the top ten makers of software for Instant Flutter applications in the US, UK and India. “The aim is to create a significant difference in the market that people can feel and we hope that we will gradually move towards maintenance-free applications in the near future,” says Parth Shah.

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