From Delhi developer HazelMedia, a mobile data collection and management solution

30th March 2012
From Delhi developer HazelMedia, a mobile data collection and management solution
HazelMedia's founder-CEO, Manish Malik ( IndiaTechOnline photo)

New Delhi, March 21, 2012: Indian mobile technology developer, Hazel Media, has launched MobQuery, an enterprise product platform to enable collection and management of data using mobile devices. 
It enables an enterprise to easily manage huge amounts of data -- hundreds of millions of information points about users, customers, resources, or research targets, flowing in and out all the time, comparable to the complexity of Twitter or Facebook. And thanks to mPustak,another solution launched just a year ago by Hazel Media -- this mobile data management can be acheved in multiple languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu,Bengali, Arabic, Swahili, Thai, Malay etc.
"MobQuery" was unveiled last week at the Convergence India 2012 show in Delhi.
The product operates across BlackBerry, Android, J2ME (Java) and Windows Phone platforms including the Aakash Android tablet that was launched last year. It can be harnessed for market research, infrastructure and inventory management, site surveys, financial management, pharmaceuticals, and any kind of scenarios that require collection and management of vast amounts of information
involving hundreds of millions of data points. 

MobQuery utilizes scalable cloud architecture to achieve fast retrieval and storage timings, while maintaining data consistency. This means real-time operational ease for multiple users. The scalability rooted in the MobQuery architecture makes it possible for organizations of any size and project requirements to customize MobQuery for project-wise usage.
MobQuery is is already fuelling a few projects across India. One of them works with a large number of BlackBerry smartphones for data collection across villages of the Indian state of Bihar. 
Another deployment of MobQuery at a social enterprise business, I Say Organic, which offers free home delivery of organic vegetables at affordable rates, is used to managethe entire infrastructure, stock and inventory movements and customer interaction data in an instantly scalable cloud structure, with next steps involving Android tablet
deployments in the field.

Hazel Media is a Technology Research and Products firm based in Delhi, since 2010. The company launched an ovative vernacular languages mobile platform mPustak in 2011.