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About

Chatty Solutions develops and markets Chatty Apps, an innovative solution for the rapid development of powerful, cross-platform mobile user-interfaces for SaaS and Web applications, enabling them to run like native apps on smartphones. We enable millions of mobile smartphone users to easily work with your SaaS and Web applications . Using a patented technology combining business rules, flow charts, a formula engine, extensible data model and the chat/instant messaging paradigm, Chatty App’s support multiple smartphones with a single app, allow switching between smartphone and laptop/desktop even in the middle of an app, protect against data loss if connection is lost, and easy integration via Web Services/SOA.

Chatty Apps is itself offered as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) for a monthly fee without any long-term contracts or commitments. This includes not only the development of Chatty Apps but also their testing, administration and execution. For large customers, Chatty Solutions also offers the on-premise deployment of Chatty Apps.

Chatty Solutions was started by Rashid N. Khan and a small team of entrepreneurial software developers with extensive experience in enterprise business applications. All of them are passionate believers in the enormous possibilities of smartphones and their applications, and are determined to make a difference in this brave new world.

Rashid N. Khan is the founder of Ultimus Inc. and led the start-up software company to become a pioneer in the Business Process Management (BPM) industry. With over 1900 customers and a global footprint spanning 18 countries and partners in over 60 countries, Ultimus became a leader in its industry and won numerous awards and accolades. Prior to establishing Ultimus, Rashid bootstrapped Sintech Inc to become a leader in the automated mechanical testing industry, and sold it to MTS Systems (Nasdaq:MTSC) yielding an ROI of over 2000% in 6 years. He holds two Bachelors degrees from MIT, a Masters degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from Harvard.