I remember my freshman year of college. It was a tiny campus, but I still found myself looking for classes and wandering through a maze-like library for most of the first year I was there. At the time, my phone wasn’t much help to me, but now that smartphones are taking over the market, Modo Labs is ready to help college students spend even more time on fiddling around on their phones.
The company today made the latest version of its Mobile Campus Solution available, which is meant to give Universities the ability to create a mobile platform for their students. The platform will work on mobile web, iOS, and Android, just to make sure no one’s left out.
Students will be able to access Learning Management Systems, course catalogs, schedules, announcements, materials and grades from the courses module. Athletes, sorority girls, and other sports fans will be able to check out scores and game-related information via mobile, while book worms will have access to a library module, offering up locations and various resources.
The platform — built on Kurogo Mobile Optimized Middleware — will have “live update” functionality for on-campus transit, as well as dining information and a photo hub.
As of right now, over 150 universities including Villanova and Boston College are using mobile offerings powered by Kurogo.
Modo Labs believes that the mobile revolution will allow organizations to coordinate, communicate and interact with themselves and their communities with greater effectiveness and intimacy than ever before. They develop products and applications that allow these organizations to strengthen their brand position, improve operations, increase the depth of their communication and add new dimensions to their services and offerings.