Chicago, IL, July 17, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Every day, somewhere around the world, a new innovation comes to life. Recently, a language translator in the cell phone was patented, and should be developed in the near future. All the development and marketing is going to be done by Shamshura Enterprises, LLC; the company doesn’t have any ownership of the product, only serves for development and marketing purposes.
Shamshura Enterprises, LLC is welcoming investors to help develop the product. Their objective is to develop an application that interacts with Bluetooth and translates for its cell phone users the language of need. This application should be able to easily activate through dialing a special code on the key pad (for example: *LNG or *564). The clientele that this product will mostly benefit is the business class, which constantly travels worldwide, meets with people from other nations and deals with individuals whose primary language does not meet their own. The developing company is also considering individuals who enjoy traveling to other countries, but constantly face language barriers during their visit. The package should allow them to purchase the application just for the duration of the trip.
While the product is going under product development phase, at the same time Shamshura Enterprises, LLC is going to start marketing the product to the cell phone companies worldwide. They will offer a reversed auction in which the highest bidder gets the opportunity to present the product to their market first.
Sergy Shamshura, the owner of Shamshura Enterprises, LLC, says: “We are also hoping to get attention from the developers of any Learning Foreign Language software and join our campaigns together, so both of us can benefit from the same market; where understanding and communicating on another language becomes much doable and convenient for all users.”