Firm helps dealers build their own smartphone apps

Publish Date: 
Jun 19, 2012

A CALIFORNIA-BASED TECH FIRM has developed a mobile platform to help dealers, OEMs and clubs create their own smartphone apps for motorcycle riders.

Dynamic Solutions Group, a nationwide provider of mobile solutions, recently began marketing the MyRiderApps platform created by app producer FaveQuest.

One of the platform’s users is BikerBuddy Active Safety Products.

“With several successful biker apps deployed, MyRiderApps takes the experience and innovative features and puts them together in a platform that allows the development and deployment of best-in-breed motorcycle apps at a cost point not available to the market before,” said Adam Lyberger, vice president of marketing at BikerBuddy Active Safety Products. “The Live Map and Check In features bring a new level of social networking, along with making rides safer and more enjoyable. These features are perfect for group rides and rental/tour operators, among others.”

DSG claims that the MyRiderApps platform “will offer the functionality that riders would require several apps to do.” The company envisions that apps will be “rapidly” created for nationwide rides, rallies and events hosted by dealerships and clubs. Event organizers, the company claims, will benefit from increased participation, better organization and instant updates/changes and additions.

Read more about the rider and events apps at For a single ride event or a single dealership, DSG charges $2,000. “This includes data entry, publishing and graphics to mirror your website,” said DSG spokesperson Paul Graham. “We do, at a small fee, have graphic artists that will produce the look and feel [experience] for you.

“We do it all, including hosting,” Graham noted. “However, the customer has a dashboard that they can use to add/change anything in real time.”

Dealers interested in learning more can contact DSG by calling 760-710-1821 or through email at paul@dsgdynamic.com.

Posted by Arlo Redwine

 

 

 

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