Since 1997, Nitobi (formerly eBusiness Applications) has been providing Enterprise Solutions and web-based software components.
With a focus on end-user experience, we're committed to changing the way Rich Internet Applications are built. By empowering developers and end-users with revolutionary user-interface components and technologies, better applications will be built that help users do more with less effort. Our technologies are built for people, plain and simple.
Our team has over 10 years of experience together working with organizations in a variety of industries including financial, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, automotive, and software. Our clients include some of the largest firms in the world like NASA, Bank of America, Time Warner, KBR, and Tyco, and our solutions are used in mission-critical environments for high-impact tasks.
Nitobi has appeared on CNN.com, Wired, Network World, and Ajaxian for innovation in the area of Ajax development. We're an active member in the OpenAJAX Alliance, and sponsor of community events and non-profit organizations.
Nitobi is located in Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada).
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News on Nitobi
In September, Vancouver startup 7Geese landed its first investment from Ryan Holmes of HootSuite. Today, 7Geese is announcing additional angel investments from Dave Johnson and Mike Edwards, two... more
Today at its MAX 2011 technology conference, Adobe Systems announced it is acquiring Vancouver-based Nitobi Software, the creator of PhoneGap. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.... more
Seattle 2.0 and Chris Pirillo have partnered to create Deploy 2010, a conference for technology builders and geeks. It's a one-day conference on technology to help you build new apps. New... more
Bloggers, open source aficionados and virtual map makers descended upon Goldfish, Yaletown's upscale seafood restaurant last night to attend the Open Data Vancouver Shindig, a showcase for the... more
Last September The Social Agency hosted Appy Hour to great fanfare and they've decided to bring it back with Appy Hour 2 coming up on March 26th. Appy Hour is a new event series that combines... more
The folks at Vancouver's Tagga Media believe that a large percentage of website visitors are having their very first interacton with new sites on their mobile device. In a press release earlier... more
Mark your calendar - Startup Drinks is coming to Vancouver on January 27th and Nitobi's Brian LeRoux is the local instigator. Startup Drinks CA is a monthly freestyle networking event hosted in... more
Last year we compiled the second edition of our "Digital Media People" for British Columbia (the first was in 2008) and it's that time of the year to look back at the individuals we singled out and... more
If you're a mobile app developer building cross-platform mobile apps, then don't miss Nitobi's PhoneGap Training on October 15th in Vancouver. In a day, Nitobi will teach you how to build... more
Microsoft Tech Days is back! And so is Internet superstar and accordion virtuoso Joey DeVilla, running Demo Ignite Days. Microsoft has the space for 2 days, so on September 14th the evening will be... more
Nitobi, the dynamic Vancouver web development shop that recently sold Robot Replay, its web analytics package, is making headlines again. Nitobi has become a shareholder in BookRiff Media, a... more
In January I suggested that Nitobi's Andre Charland was one of BC's Digital Media People to Watch in 2009. Turns out I haven't been watching him closely enough. While we've stayed on top of... more
Last week we wrote about Vancouver's Nitobi participating in Web 2.0 Expo's Launchpad today at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Techcrunch's Jason Kincaid was there and has reported the... more
Vancouver's own Nitobi and their PhoneGap project has been chosen as one of five projects presenting at Web 2.0 Expo's LaunchPad event in San Francisco next week. PhoneGap is an open-source... more
One of the benefits of blogging about technology in BC is the opportunity to meet and interact with innovative technology leaders and evangelists every day. During 2008, we had the... more
Last night's Ideas On Tap event had a huge turnout, packing the Yaletown Brew Pub under ambience of the Canucks vs Red Wings (4-3 Canucks in overtime). The lively crowd only had to pay attention... more
Andre Charland from Nitobi was at the IMC today, and here are the highlights from his talk about why you should be doing online usability testing.Tip #1 - Keep it simple.Simple is good. It's easier... more
Techvibes Media Inc. is a proud media sponsor of the upcoming Internet Marketing Conference (IMC) in Vancouver. IMC is produced by Internet marketing experts, for Internet marketing experts, and... more
Nitobi's website to read more about the responsibilities and required skills of this position and to apply online. more
Nitobi have released the results of an online survey of web developers on the technologies and tools that they use (done with help from Darren Barefoot). The interesting aspect is that there's no... more
On Saturday, October 20th Nitobi is hosting a Hack Day free-for-all at their new Gastown office. That's right, they finally made the move from North Vancouver and now call the 3rd Floor of 247... more