Modern App Design and Development Services by Veteran Entrepreneur Making Big Impact

Leonard Collins, a veteran real estate investment specialist, business franchise developer & international speaker has recently showcased and launched his modern app design and development services.

FLORIDAUSA - July 22, 2019 —

Leonard Collins, a seasoned real estate investment specialist and franchise developer in Florida, is pleased to announce the launch of his firm’s app design and development services.

With over two decades of engineering real estate investments and building successful business franchises from the ground up, Collins has recently focused on the design and development of some of what he says are today’s most recognized apps.

The design of these apps are primarily geared towards food delivery, vehicle purchasing and employment recruiting, all of which have made a tremendous impact on the modern marketplace, says Collins.

To date, his app design and development services have received positive feedback from clients, with a large proportion of target consumers using them on a regular basis.

Collins states, “I highly recommend any business that does not have or make use of apps to get one in development as soon as possible. Apps have become a necessary and essential part of operating a modern and successful organization, regardless of size. The apps my company has designed and developed have seen incredible use on a daily basis by many, propelling businesses even further with significant return of investment.”

With a newly structured team of professional tech savvy app and software developers in New York and Boca Raton, Florida, Collins has opened his availability to home builders and developers.

He says, “Our team wants to help home builders and developers who are ready to be industry leaders. By creating special partnerships, our team of experts designs and develops fully functional and user friendly apps geared towards increasing and retaining customers. This makes the custom building process more pleasurable and beneficial for each individual client and developer alike. I cannot stress more how much of a clear financial advantage having a custom tailored app can bring to a business.”

Collins has spoken internationally to business owners and entrepreneurs, sharing his expertise on maximizing profits through real estate, franchising & tailored app design. According to Collins, he is also highly rated for his expertise in business coaching and financial analysis, used by many to acquire and make the right investments.

As a self proclaimed strategic entrepreneur, Collins has carved a niche in the world marketplace, with the core mission of keeping businesses fresh and ahead of the pack where they can maximize their positions.

For more information on Leonard Collins and his app design and development services, visit his official website.


About Us: Leonard Collins is a Business Franchise Developer, Real Estate Specialist, App Developer and Business Coach with the core mission of keeping businesses fresh and ahead of the pack.

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