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Rade | Eccles Featured on The Kansas City Power Lunch with Krista Klaus

Rade | Eccles, an expert enterprise-grade iOS development team, was featured as a Regus customer success story on The Kansas City Power Lunch hosted by Krista Klaus and broadcast on KMBZ 980 AM and 98.1 FM in the Greater Kansas City area.

Klaus interviewed Regus Vice President of Sales Sean Deaton who highlighted Rade | Eccles as a prime example of Regus client success, citing tremendous company growth and a recent feature in Kansas City Business Magazine. According to Deaton, the iOS development experts have “…leveraged the Regus business model…They are partnered with other clients within the Regus Business Center, they are networking with them, they are doing deals together, they are going out and finding additional opportunities in the marketplace together, and therefore they are all growing.”

Since joining the Regus Business Center at Lighton Tower, Rade | Eccles has continued to expand their office space to accommodate multiple new hires and a growing list of clients and services.

Rade | Eccles is an expert mobile application development firm dedicated to using mobile technology to empower businesses. Specializing in iOS applications for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, Rade | Eccles helps clients achieve measurable goals by focusing on the four key components of application development: Design, Value, Quality, and Support. The Rade | Eccles team brings expertise in software engineering, user interface design, mobile strategy, and app lifecycle management. Copyright (C) 2012 Rade | Eccles. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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