Dominion has announced that it will close by March 2019, as it continues to focus on the new acquisition of Nokia.
The software company will be shutting down its Windows Phone app development and production business, which it started in March 2019.
“We’re focusing on our acquisition of the Nokia smartphone business and will continue to provide the same great experience and software as we have for years,” said David C. Lister, Dominion’s co-founder and chief executive officer.
The company’s business will focus on its Android and Windows Phone apps and will close its software development and engineering offices.
Dominion has a strong focus on mobile, with a strong presence in the US, UK and Ireland.