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May 10, 2012

New Version of Coaxion and Key Partnerships to Drive Mobile Document Distribution on iPads in the Enterprise Announced by Moprise

Moprise recently released its latest version of Coaxion, which now has an enhanced user interface. The new version can be downloaded from iTunes and can be installed on both personal iPads and iPhones. The company is one of the leading providers of mobile software for accessing and organizing enterprise documents from mobile devices.

Moprise, who is a Box OneCloud partner, also confirmed that it will demo the latest version of Coaxion at CTIA Wireless (News - Alert) in the Box OneCloud booth. 

Those who use Coaxion will be able to easily navigate between personal document storage, enterprise-hosted documents and organize documents related to specific meetings. Mobile users will be able to see and share their important office documents in their original form on their iPads by leveraging Coaxion's unique server technology.

Some of the documents that can be shared include graphics, annotations, security watermarks and embedded charts. This is unique because most consumer document reader applications are unable to support these types of documents. The new version will also enable users to immediately transfer documents to iPads by simply forwarding file attachments to

Since Moprise has formed strategic technology partnerships with Box OneCloud, QuickOffice, and Apperian (News - Alert), enterprise iPad users will not only have the option to access and edit their critical documents on their iPad, but will also be able to securely manage their enterprise app store in-house for corporate deployments.

Those companies and organizations, who would like to test a trial version of the new Coaxion, contact the company via its website and request a product trial.  

Moprise is the creator of Coaxion, a mobile document organization solution that assists both individual and enterprise users to securely access, share, distribute, and collaborate on any business documents by using their mobile device.  

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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