Austin-based AVAI Mobile Solutions Partners with C3 Presents

Photo courtesy of Avia Mobile Solutions.

Photo courtesy of Avia Mobile Solutions.

AVAI Mobile Solutions, based in Austin, announced it has been selected as the primary mobile technology partners for Austin-based C3 Presents, which produces Austin City Limits Music Festival and Lollapalooza.

AVAI, which Silicon Hills News wrote about in 2013, did not disclose the terms of the deal.

AVAI Mobile will be working with C3 to produce native apps for all the C3 music festivals, including Austin City Limits Music Festival and Lollapalooza. The app rollout began earlier this month, with new apps and features releasing as the festival calendar is announced.

“We’re excited to provide C3 with a higher-level mobile strategy and a new technology for their multi-app requirements,” Rand Arnold, CEO and Founder of AVAI Mobile, said in a news release. “C3 needed a single, integrated solution to streamline custom app development, make production simple, and centralize management across their entire portfolio of mobile apps. That’s exactly what the AVAI Mobile Platform was built to do.”

AVAI created a mobile platform that lets companies build and manage their mobile apps without developers. But AVAI also offers customization services to its customers.

C3 Presents other events include the Austin FOOD & WINE Festival, LouFest Music Festival, Music City Food & Wine Festival, Wanderlust Yoga & Music Festival and more. C3 books and promotes more than 1,000 concerts in arenas, theaters, casinos, and clubs across the US.

AVAI, a privately-held company, has created a platform that has been used to create more than 750 mobile applications.

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