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Mobile app development company Fair Pattern has announced that it has expanded its business lines into the areas of cloud technologies and consulting.

The New-York based firm will be focusing heavily on cloud computing in sales and marketing, especially related to SAP, Salesforce, and Microsoft solutions.

The cloud computing market is continuing to thrive, as according to Forrester it will grow at an overall CAGR of 22 percent between 2015 and 2020, which is why Fair Pattern's expanded services will help companies harness these technologies.

"We are proud to announce that we are expanding the services Fair Pattern offers to its customers," says Simon Islam, Job Title at Fair Pattern. "Moving software to the cloud can provide many benefits to businesses, such as more predictable pricing, easier and quicker implementation, the flexibility to scale resource up and down according to demand, automatic updates, and the ability to work anywhere at any time. At Fair Pattern, we believe that businesses will continue to adopt cloud solutions, and we will be there to support them through our expert consultants."

In 2016, the company also become a Minority Certified Business with the New York City and New York/ New Jersey Minority Council.

Fair Pattern has been offering outsourcing, consulting, and IT staffing services for 16 years. It was founded in 2001 by Simon Islam.

The company has helped Fortune 500 companies with managing, delivering and staffing for high-profile projects. Past clients include the City of Houston and Moet Hennessy.

"Our first-class services have already been called upon by Fortune 500 companies, showing that we have the expertise in a variety of different areas spanning web design, project management, app development, and IT staffing," says Islam. "

Fair Pattern also offers web application development services, using solutions such as Java and open source platforms such as Joomla, Drupal, JomSocial, and CakePHP. It has expertise in areas such as ERP, open source, .NET, LAMP, Java, databases and project management