Palm OS and Pocket PC Users to be present for unveiling of new HanDBase v3.0 and a new top-secret application
DDH Software is pleased to announce that its first annual HanDBase Summit will be held at the Embassy Suites in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida from June 11-12. Attendees will enjoy the first public presentation of HanDBase v3.0 and a new top-secret application, plus one-on-one training sessions, and â€œAsk the Expertsâ€ panels in which the DDH Software development team will be on hand to answer questions.
The HanDBase Summit is designed specifically to educate users of HanDBase, the top relational database program for Palm OS(r) and Pocket PC handhelds, on all the new powerful features of HanDBase v3.0.
For more than three years, HanDBase has enabled owners of handheld computers to collect, edit and manage information while away from their personal computers. DDH Software has also developed tools for connecting HanDBase data with other backend database programs, such as Microsoft Access, Sybase, FileMaker Pro, and more. HanDBase has received numerous awards and other recognition for its ease-of-use and data management features, including awards as the Best Handheld Database program by Handheld Computing Magazine, Pocket PC Magazine and Palm User Magazine.
"We are very excited about conducting our first HanDBase Summit and unveiling HanDBase v3.0 with its very ambitious approach to managing data on handheld computers." said David Haupert, DDH Softwareâ€™s founder and president. "This is a revolutionary update for our flagship product, and includes many exciting features that are entirely new to the handheld database arena â€“ and a few features that have never been available in any database program whatsoever. I encourage all HanDBase devotees to make their plans to attend the Summitâ€”and pack their beach-wear while theyâ€™re at it!"
Advanced registration for the HanDBase Summit is $99, and DDH Software has arranged for discounted hotel rates for attendees. Further, all attendees will receive free copies of HanDBase v. 3.0 Enterprise Edition, and the "top-secret" application that will also be unveiled at the Summit.