Research In Motion is undergoing tribulations. In an effort to retain enterprise customers, they’ve released their Mobile Fusion service. The Mobile Fusion service lets iOS and Android devices to be managed on the BlackBerry Enterprise Service.
The company now appears to be in the market for iOS developers of, “an experienced iOS/Objective-C developer capable of architecting, designing, developing and testing complex applications for iPhone and iPad devices.” RIM is requiring the iOS developer to have at least 2yrs experience and have apps within the iTunes App Store to demo during a candidate interview.
Perhaps, RIM is looking to iOS developers in an effort to build a Mobile Fusion app for the iPhone and iPad. Or, could RIM seriously be considering the option of making BlackBerry Messenger a cross-platform messenger? Check out the full recruitment ad below: