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Overloaded joins Forum Nokia PRO
Wireless developer hooks up with several industry partners for marketing and technical support.

by | September 16, 2004

Overloaded, announced that it has become a member of Forum Nokia PRO, a program that provides advanced technical, business development and marketing support to select mobile software companies. As a member of Forum Nokia PRO, Overloaded has the opportunity to further strengthen its relationship with Nokia, gain early access to Nokia technology and take advantage of specialized service and support provided by Nokia to help Overloaded stand out in the marketplace.

A new program started by Nokia this year, Forum Nokia PRO provides specialized support for advanced developer companies creating the next generation of software based on the Series 40, Series 60 and Series 90 Developer Platforms from Nokia. A select number of companies worldwide who demonstrate industry leadership are chosen as Forum Nokia PRO members. By becoming a Forum Nokia PRO member, Overloaded ensures the close integration of its software with Nokia’s devices and benefits from Nokia’s extensive worldwide software distribution channels.

Member companies are also invited to participate in valuable co-marketing activities with Nokia. These can include opportunities to demonstrate applications in Nokia’s booth at industry events and inclusion in Nokia-published software catalogs, distributed to mobile network operators and content aggregators worldwide.

Overloaded targets the consumer market together with their distribution and marketing partners like operators, retail chains en large portals with video games for mobile phones. Among the leading video games are the Big Brother and Fear Factor TV related games and our range of cute retro games like Dragon Skies, New York Taxi Cab and Dan Parks Decathlon that run on among others Nokia , SonyEriccson, Motorola, Samsung and Siemens phones. Overloaded works intensively together with TV brands, console game publishers and other IP owners from around the world to create high selling and high profile mobile games.

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