TULSA, Oklahoma -- A Tulsa company announces it has signed an agreement with Donald J. Trump Jr., Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization.
In a news release, MacroSolve says its mobility tools for businesses and has already provided mobile apps into key markets including those where Donald Trump Jr. has been affiliated: hospitality, restaurants, and country clubs.
Donald J. Trump Jr. is the eldest son of real estate development icon, Donald Trump.
"Just as in physical real estate -- digital real estate is location, location, location. Having a company's brand and logo on the screen of mobile devices is a valuable place to be for a company looking to drive revenues and productivity. The mobile app market is exploding and is a major part of our Trump branded businesses," stated Donald Trump Jr. "With the combination of exploding market demand for mobile apps and the depth of experience and expertise of the management team at MacroSolve, I see unparalleled potential in this agreement."
The news release says this agreement opens a great opportunity to bring the power of mobile apps to businesses of all sizes seeking to improve their revenues and productivity.
Earlier this month, MacroSolve filed suit against seven companies for infringement of its mobile app patent, which include: AT&T Mobility, LLC Citigroup Inc., Dell Inc., Salesforce.com, Inc., Groupon, Inc. and Living Social, Inc.