Mobodexter, Inc derives its name from two separate words – Mobile + Experts. Mobodexter was founded & boot-strapped by two Ex-Intel Managers – Mouli Srini & Kavitha Gopalan in 2013 in New York and India. The corporation started generating revenue within 6 months of incorporation by offering Product Engineering Services to Intel & Qualcomm.
The company also launched a few Mobile applications like Bangalore Transportation, SxFxn, DatetoDate in 2014 & 2015. These mobile applications are available on both Android and Apple Store. Mobodexter started on its IoT platform journey in June 2014 by funding the Paasmer platform development from the revenue from its operations.
Paasmer – IoT Edge Platform was launched in March2016 in IoTAsia, Singapore. Its first client was East Owl Pte. Ltd., Singapore. Jiffy, a low-cost alternative of Alexa was developed for Singapore market. Paasmer forged a partnership with Amazon AWS for integrating Paasmer with AWS IoT Cloud later that year. Mobodexter joined RetailXelerator – an Accelerator program in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the summer of 2016. Mobodexter also received its first round of funding in late 2016 via equity crowdfunding on Wefunder.
The company released subsequent update releases of Paasmer in 2017 & 2018. It also added clients like Hyundai America, Magnetti Marelli, Bank of America, Morning Pointe, Boeing. It received a second round of funding in 2017 through Wefunder again. The company launched its new rebranded logo in 2017 and moved its headquarters to Bellevue, Washington state.
The company won the “IoT Innovator” award in 2018 from IoTInnovator.com. It also launched the All-In-One Edge product called “SmartEdge”.
Mobodexter Inc is recognized as IoT Edge Innovation leader. It is currently valued at $100 Million and continues its journey to build innovative products. The company helps its clients to achieve efficiencies through digital transformation. Mobodexter operates out of offices in Bellevue and Redmond in the United States with a Research and Development center in Bangalore, India.
The company’s IoT Edge computing blog is very famous among IoT Enthusiasts. Its has a growing list of about 3000+ active subscribers.