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AMZER founded in 2003 is a privately held company based in Sugarland, Texas. AMZER is best known for it's products for consumer electronics such as smartphones, tablets and wearables.

Timeline

The trade brand AMZER is wholly owned by Moftware, Inc a consumer electronics manufacturing and distribution company founded by Pinakin Dinesh in 2003. The company began as an online retailer of smartphone cases and cradles and thereafter grew on to become an independent large scale manufacturer of protective accessories for a wide variety of smartphone and tablets. In 2006, AMZER ventured beyond the USA and entered other international markets with focus on United Kingdom, India and China. In 2010, AMZER became a member of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and exhibited a wide variety of products at the CES Trade show in Las Vegas. In 2013, AMZER went on to launch ShatterProof one of it's first mainstream products for devices, which went on to sell over 5 million pieces in the next 24 months with acclaimed reviews from top technology publication and TV networks. Later in 2013, AMZER expanded further to enter the growing markets in the Middle East with significant inroads in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. In 2014, AMZER forayed into the connected home product category with preview of the AMZER Control product which was a beta product from AMZER Labs, the product received a lot of interest from industry experts and consumers alike at the 2014 CES Show. Later in 2014, AMZER introduced one of it's most successful and widely known products - the CRUSTA Rugged cases, the CRUSTA was a bestseller for the 2014 Holidays season with the well timed introduction of CRUSTA for Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Products

AMZER retails a large variety of products which range from cases, covers, screen protectors, cables, chargers, wireless plates, port extenders, car mounts, bike mounts as well as cleaning reagents. The popular product lines produced by AMZER include - ShatterProof, Crusta, Shellster, Kristal, Kristal Edge2Edge and Jelly Cases.

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