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Futura Mobility: Fort Washington mobile tech company opens tech center in Horsham

Fort Washington mobile tech company Futura Mobility recently opened a new technology center in Horsham, Pa. to accommodate the company’s projected growth, according to a release. Twenty-five of Futura’s 120 employees will work out of the new center on tasks like  technology integration, depot hardware repairs, device configuration, help desk support, project management and product […]

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Inside Futura Mobility’s new technology center. Photo courtesy of Futura Mobility.

Fort Washington mobile tech company Futura Mobility recently opened a new technology center in Horsham, Pa. to accommodate the company’s projected growth, according to a release.

Twenty-five of Futura’s 120 employees will work out of the new center on tasks like  technology integration, depot hardware repairs, device configuration, help desk support, project management and product development and testing, a spokeswoman said. The center aims to improve workflow for Futura’s management of its more than 3,000 healthcare, enterprise and manufacturing clients in North America.

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