Dell Axim X50v Pocket PC, Runs Visual CE 9 Mobile Database Software for Enterprise, SMB and Individual Users

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SYWARE empowers mobile users to collect data and create feature-rich database applications that can be deployed on any Windows Mobile Pocket PC or Windows CE deviceÂ? wherever they need to work. The companyÂ?s software has an install base of over 100,000 customers in all industries. This news follows a previous announcement that an international panel of industry experts, sponsored by Microsoft Germany and Pocket PC Magazine Germany, presented SYWARE with a Â?Best Database Software Award 2004.Â? To learn more visit http://www.syware.com/lp/visualce

Cambridge, Mass, (PRWEB) August 3, 2005 — SYWARE, Inc., announced Dell Axim X50v users can enjoy the benefits of running SYWARE’s Visual CE 9 software on their Pocket PCs. SYWARE empowers mobile users to collect data and create feature-rich database applications that can be deployed on any Windows Mobile Pocket PC or Windows CE device— wherever they need to work. The company’s software has an install base of over 100,000 customers in all industries. Customers range in size from Fed-Ex, Tyco and Cendant to individual and small-to-medium size business users.

To learn more about Visual CE, visit http://www.syware.com/lp/visualce

This news follows a previous announcement that an international panel of industry experts, sponsored by Microsoft Germany and Pocket PC Magazine Germany, presented SYWARE with a “Best Database Software Award 2004.” SYWARE allows users in a wide variety of market sectors to mobilize business information between the enterprise and the field to rapidly convert PC or paper-based processes into fully mobile applications that can be deployed on any Microsoft Windows Mobile Pocket PC or Windows CE device. Business or user-specific data can be downloaded, collected, displayed, modified and automatically synchronized. SYWARE enables users to create feature-rich, easy-to-use database applications without programming.

“Dell Axim’s X50v, coupled with SYWARE’s Visual CE 9 software, provides the market with a powerful solution for users to mobilize information between the enterprise and the field on any Microsoft Windows Mobile Pocket PC or Windows CE device,” said Sy Danberg, President, SYWARE, Inc.

About SYWARE, Inc.

SYWARE empowers mobile users to collect data and create feature-rich database applications that can be deployed on any Windows Mobile Pocket PC or Windows CE device- wherever they need to work. Industry or user-specific data can be downloaded, collected, displayed, modified and synchronized, without programming. SYWARE provides low cost of ownership, rapid deployment and return-on-investment without requiring users to expand IT departments to manage software and data between desktops and servers to devices. SYWARE removes obstacles to commerce and enables users to share data seamlessly over wireless, LAN, WAN or Internet connections in a wide variety of market sectors, including municipalities, healthcare, transportation, government, life sciences, financial services, manufacturing, automotive, energy, aerospace and other markets.

The cornerstone of SYWARE’s product line is Visual CE 9, the award-winning database and forms development tool for Windows Mobile and Windows CE handhelds. A diverse, international panel of industry experts awarded SYWARE Pocket PC magazine’s “Best Software Award 2004” in the database category, as Visual CE is used by small-to-medium-sized businesses around the world-- and trusted by FedEx, Chevron, Coca-Cola, General Dynamics and the U.S. Geological Survey. SYWARE is also the creator of mEnable, a flexible software architecture for real-time wireless access to enterprise data located on corporate servers (http://www.syware.com/lp/menable), and FoneDB, the first database software for Microsoft Smartphone devices.

For media inquiries, contact Joe Romano, Partner, HighGround, Inc. at 1+ 781-279-1320 x 208.

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