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DEVELOPING: Pocket PC Creations powers PPC Phone Edition up
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 18.04.02 - 15:28:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6591x
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Pocket PC Creations powers the new Pocket PC Mobile Phones beyond being exciting 'gadgets' to be serious business computing platforms. Pocket PC Creations was developed by CreativityCorp and is now used in over 20 countries since it's introduction a year ago.

CreativityCorp Director, Neil Bartholomaeus, said the convergence of Pocket PCs and mobile phones provided productivity improvement opportunities for many areas of business and government. "For business to take advantage of the new mobile platforms, software development and deployment costs need to be minimized to offset the cost of the new hardware. Mr Bartholomaeus said Pocket PC Creations was the lowest cost mobile phone computing software available, wirelessly managing data and images via GPRS, GSM and other media. "Using Pocket PC Creations, all sized businesses can rapidly mobilize, whether it be a family owned electrical business, a large health service, or a field sales team. "There is also potential for improvement in efficiency of government services using wireless Pocket PCs. Many of the laptop field deployments in government have been expensive failures," Mr Bartholomaeus said.

Pocket PC Creations is designed to assist people without programming skills develop and run powerful applications for Pocket PCs. It incorporates development, client environment on Pocket PCs, wireless server at the desktop, and information management to and from databases. Pocket PCs can also communicate to the desktop and databases without wireless, using ActiveSync.

Free trial download is available from the site.

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