ConvergeWireless Launches MyMileageGenie for Blackberry for Mileage, Time and Location Tracking

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MyMileageGenie for Blackberry is one of the most productive and intuitive applications to be introduced in North America. Not only does it save corporations thousands of dollars per year on employee travel, it also saves everyone that uses their own automobile for company business, precious time! MyMileageGenie is a simple application that operates on all Blackberries running release v4.2 and above. A user simply types in http://www.ConvergeWireless.com in their mobile browser on their Blackberry handset, and downloads the application software over the air. It installs in less than a minute. MyMileageGenie comes with a free 14 day trial. After the trial period has expired, users are given the option of paying the license fee with their credit card and a secure connection.

It doesn't get any easier than that

ConvergentWireless Inc., of St. Catharines, Ontario Canada, is a Wireless Business to Business Value Added Reseller (that specializes on Blackberry Smart Phones), today announced the introduction of MyMileageGenie & MyFormsGenie for BlackBerry. MyMileageGenie operates on all Blackberry Curve/8100/8800/8300 series Smartphone's running version 4.2 software and above. MyFormsGenie operates on all Curve/8100/8800/8300/8700/7250 Smartphone's running version 4.1 software and above.

Roland Bissell, the President of ConvergWireless Inc. (http://www.convergewireless.com) reported that MyMileageGenie is the FIRST Blackberry application to truly automate mileage tracking in North America. The application uses autonomous GPS built into the Blackberry SmartPhone to keep track of your mileage. MyMileageGenie promises to simplify logging business travel (miles or kilometers) when using a personal vehicle, and eliminate having to fuss with old paper logs or spreadsheets.

Bissell reported that with gasoline prices hitting an all-time high (almost daily it seems) that there has never been a better time for business owners, or employees, to download and implement MyMileageGenie. Blackberry users download and install MyMileageGenie on their Blackberry Smartphone (or deploy company wide using mobile data services on their BES) and simply "Punch In" at the beginning of the day, and "Punch Out" at the end of the day, reports Bissell. "It doesn't get any easier than that". Bissell goes on to report that MyMileageGenie automatically stores the data on the device, and once a month (or when ever you want), you send yourself a report that looks like an invoice via email. The report can then be submitted for reimbursement. How simple is that?

Blackberry owners can download the application from http://www.convergewireless.com/wap/mmg/mmg.php, using their Blackberry, and try it free for 14 days. Corporate Trial extensions are available. At the end of the 14 day trial the user is given the option of purchasing a license key for $59.95 over a secure connection to their web site.

Mobile professionals, who rely on using their personal automobiles for business, know all to well the pain associated with having to track their mileage and complete their "Expense Reports". MyMileageGenie promises to simplify tracking, and creating expense reports related to automobile use.

About ConvergentWireless Inc.:
ConvergeWireless Inc. was founded in March 2006 with the mandate to develop or license software applications for Blackberry that allow users to be more productive with their Blackberry handset.

Trademark statement:
All brands and trademarks mentioned in this press release are the property of their respective owners. ConvergeWireless, and MyMileageGenie are trademarks of ConvergeWireless Inc. BlackBerry is a trademark of Research In Motion Limited. MS Excel is a trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. Google Maps is a trademark of Google.

ConvergeWireless Inc.
Roland Bissell - President
132 king Street
St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 3J3
V +1-905-708-0077
TF +1-877-398-7230
Cell +1-905-328-1954
rcb @ convergewireless.com

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