The Simplus Group, developers of high impact mobile and web applications for entrepreneurs

James Hilton founded The Simplus Group, a leading technology entrepreneurship company that helps entrepreneurs and companies innovate and develop high impact mobile and web applications joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest James Hilton discuss the following:

  • To start off, what is The Simplus Group? What do you do?
  • You call yourselves a technology entrepreneurship firm, what does that mean, and how does it differ from most technology development firms?
  • How can businesses benefit from app development?
  • There is so much changing and so many options, do businesses need to go mobile to survive?
  • Where do you believe apps and mobile innovations are headed?

Duration: 9:42

James Hilton is the Founder and Chief Entrepreneurship Officer of The Simplus Group, Boston’s leading technology entrepreneurship firm. Simplus Group helps entrepreneurs and businesses enter the mobile and web application space, by helping them to define a clear strategy, develop cross-platform technologies, and measure on-going results.

In 2010, James co-founded Jacox-Hilton Corporation with partner Cameron Jacox. The company introduced an award winning and game changing web application, lifeAssist, to the North American life insurance industry. lifeAssist was featured on the cover of Life Insurance Selling, and is used by Financial Advisors across Canada to manage and capitalize on in-force life insurance policies.

As an emerging technology entrepreneur, James’s expertise includes user interface and user experience design, business development, and direct marketing. James graduated in 2012 from Babson College, where he studied entrepreneurship and concentrated in finance and international management, and graduated Magna Cum Laude. In 2011, James was identified by the Entrepreneurs Organization to be one of the top 25 student entrepreneurs in the world. James often writes and speaks professionally on topics including entrepreneurship, business development, technology development, and entrepreneurship.

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