The Boeing Company Selects MobileFrame’s Business SuiteTM to Automate their Inventory Operations

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Boeing uses MobileFrame Software, the only Configurable Mobile Application[TM] in the industry that empowers enterprises to create and manage their own mobile applications with no coding, to autmate their Inventory Management.

MobileFrame, LLC (http://www.mobileframe.com), the leading provider of Configurable Mobile Applications[TM], announced that its Business Suite[TM] software has been selected by The Boeing Company to automate their AssetSmart Inventory System. After issuing a formal RFP, Boeing selected MobileFrame’s software because of its ease of use and its ability to rapidly deploy sophisticated mobile applications.

MobileFrame’s revolutionary Smart ArchitectureTM handles all software programming complexities in the background and permits novice computer users with no IT background to instantly create and deploy sophisticated mobile applications via a user-friendly point and click desktop. Using MobileFrame’s software Boeing personnel are creating the mobile application for their AssetSmart system in 1/10th the time it would take them using conventional software development tools.

The MobileFrame solution allows Boeing to automate any field service process with a single mobility platform. Boeing can instantly automate and deploy an electronic version of any type of Inventory Order or Scheduled Maintenance Request directly to a technician in the field. As the technician completes the Order, barcode scans of the parts used are automatically captured and embedded in the workflow. The technician can also capture photographs and sketches of any items, record voice notes, capture the electronic signatures and print signed copies of Orders. All Orders are automatically updated in the AssetSmart Inventory. This results in improved efficiency, and immediately enhances the company’s bottom line.

MobileFrame’s Business Suite[TM] is a fully self contained solution that delivers broad functionality out-of-the-box. No custom programming, no third party mobile gateways, synchronization engines or SDK’s are required. Data collected in the field is stored on a handheld device and automatically synchronized to the central office when wireless or wired access becomes available. The MobileFrame software operates on any .NET enabled handheld device, including Pocket PC PDA's, Tablet PC's or Laptops.

“MobileFrame’s software provides incredible savings to Boeing by eliminating time-consuming, error-prone manual based processes “, said Lonny Oswalt, CEO and President of MobileFrame. “We competed against several other mobility companies to win this business, but none of the other providers came close to offering the flexibility and ease of use of MobileFrame. The MobileFrame product offers Boeing the ability to automate all of their manual processes on one standard platform, and the unique ability to make any changes they need on a moments notice.”

About MobileFrame:

MobileFrame has established a new category of user driven smart mobile computing, with integrated intelligent networking and synchronization. The company’s pioneering software significantly streamlines the process of developing, deploying and administering mobile enterprise applications. MobileFrame is a privately held company headquartered in San Jose, California. For more information, customers may contact MobileFrame directly at 1-408-885-1200 or visit our Web site at http://www.mobileframe.com

About The Boeing Company:

Boeing is the world's leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined, with capabilities in rotorcraft, electronic and defense systems, missiles, satellites, launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems. Our reach extends to customers in 145 countries around the world, and we are the number one U.S. exporter in terms of sales. For more information, contact The Boeing Company directly at (312) 544-2000 or visit our Web site at http://www.boeing.com

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