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Issue #2001 - 04 (Jan. 2001)

(Updated on Jan. 24, 2001)


agentGo Launches Eight Wireless Enterprise Applications for J2ME

Anticipating that the future of wireless enterprise applications rests with Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME™), agentGo has introduced an extensive line of enterprise applications written for J2ME.

All eight applications are part of the agentOFFICE and Naked Apps products suites, enabling the mobile worker to perform virtually any task away from the office, with or without connectivity.

AgentGo’s applications will run on the Motorola iDEN 3000 telephone, RIM pagers, and Palm OS handhelds.

The Enterprise Applications

  • MobileDASH, an enterprise portal that allows users access to all corporate and personal data from any device.
  • agentTEXT, allows workers to create, edit, and send notes or text files.
  • agentFILE, allows wireless devices to access a network server behind a corporate firewall for the sending of files via e-mail or fax.
  • agentDOC, allows the user to access and interact with Microsoft Word documents. AgentDOC versions supporting Sun OpenOffice and StarOffice will be released during the first quarter.
  • agentSHEET, allows mobile workers to access and interact with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. agentSHEET versions will support Sun OpenOffice and StarOffice.
  • agentALERT, offers secure and real-time one-way or two-way notification and messaging alerts to individuals or groups on the move.
  • agentEXPENSE, enables entry of expense reports and integrates with most expense reporting software.
  • agentBOOKMARK, allows for the storing and access of a user’s favorite wireless URLs.

According to Andres Carvallo, chairman and CEO of agentGO, all future applications from agentGO will be written in J2ME.

For more information: www.agentgo.com/release50.htm

Mobileinfo Comments and Advisory:  J2ME is gaining ground - rightly so. Product developers should seriously investigate J2ME as development platform.  

Note: This news release may contain forward-looking statements. Readers should take appropriate caution in developing plans utilizing these products, services and technology architectures.

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