In celebration of their 29th year in business, Disc, Inc. announces the development of their first app.
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HOUSTON, TX – October 25, 2011 – This month marks the 29th anniversary of Disc, Inc. In conjunction with this event, the company announces the development of their first app, to be released in the following weeks.
Disc, Inc. has been providing customers with computer and data services since 1982. From the early days of scanning client documents to create electronic files, the company has grown with their client base to provide a range of services. While data still serves as the company’s core focus, current offerings include custom printed flash drives, CD and DVD duplication, video conversion and data recovery from hard drives, USB drives, memory cards and more.
As the company looks forward to its 30th year serving the business community, Disc, Inc. is excited to add application development to their list of services. With multiple projects currently in the planning and development stage, the company will be launching its first app by the end of this month. The brainchild of VP and Lead Programmer, David Carter, it is a fun and addictive game suitable for all ages. “We decided that the first application we put on the market should be something fun, so I developed a simple game that’s easy to pull out and play during short wait times. When I first showed it to the staff, I thought they were going to fight over who got to play next.”
Carrie Carter, President of Disc, Inc., says they are not moving away from their core offerings and will continue to assist clients will their data recovery, duplication and distribution needs. “Our goal is to launch the consumer-based applications we currently have in development and then expand our service to include custom apps for both new and existing customers. We are always going to be here to assist the business community that has helped us reach our 29th year.”
About Disc, Inc. – Disc, Inc. is celebrating its 29th year in the computer and data services industry. Originally named Dimensions in Scanning and Conversions, it was shortened to Disc, Inc., as the company evolved with the ever-changing needs of its clients. Services include: hard drive recovery, data and video conversions, DVD and CD duplication and replication, flash drive printing and preload, USB duplicators and now application development.