UrgentCall, the emergency service mobile app
Shary Nassimi, the creator of the emergency service mobile app, UrgentCall that asssures your loved ones can find you when they have an emergency joins Enterprise Radio. You will never miss an important call from your selected contacts regardless of where you are, what your phone setting is and even with no service.
- What is the UrgentCall app?
- What inspired you to create the UrgentCall app?
- How did your background in creating technologies for NASA and Bluetooth help with the app development?
- What are some challenges you face as an entrepreneur who developed and is promoting a mobile app?
- How would this app benefit entrepreneurs and business owners?
Shary Nassimi has been innovating since he was a child and is now the holder of over 60 patents. Nassimi is motivated to invent products designed to change lives. UrgentCall™ was the answer to one such need: staying connected to his family during a time of crisis. He found that individuals were either losing sleep over their missed emergency calls; Nassimi be one, or had their phones on silent or “do not disturb” mode, only to feel panicked upon learning they missed an urgent call. After researching for mobile apps that could address the need of staying connected while disconnected in the event of an urgent situation, Nassimi found that no such app existed. He invested time and money to develop a mobile app that could reach smartphone users no matter their phone’s setting. Individuals can now have peace of mind knowing they are connected to what’s important to them.
Nassimi is a multidiscipline business consultant, entrepreneur, and inventor. Notable past works include inventing and introducing a technology for NASA and for Bluetooth, which reached a global audience. Nassimi continues to build patented products and algorithms, including the new mobile android app UrgentCall™.
Mr. Nassimi is the founder of Urgent Call Tech LLC located in California.
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