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Allurent CTO Explains Building RIA Consumer Shopping Experiences

Fumi Matsumoto reviews the advantages of domain-specific component assembly over traditional "app building"

Fumi Matsumoto (pictured), Co-Founder and CTO of "Flex ISV" Allurent, outlined today at 'Real-World Flex' in New York City the technical and design challenges related to the development of a new platform for building RIA consumer shopping experiences, built on Flex and Flash technology.

Matsumoto reviewed the advantages of domain-specific component assembly over traditional "app building," and shared with attendees filling the Grand Ballroom at New York City's historical Roosevelt Hotel a sneak-peek at Allurent's upcoming store-builder offering.

Responsible for directing the Allurent's product strategy and managing the product development team, Matsumoto was CTO at Art Technology Group, Inc. prior to co-founding Allurent.



Allurent's CTO Fumi Matsumoto speaking at "Real-World Flex" in New York, August 14, 2006

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