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April 22, 2010

Webalo Brings Enterprise-to-Mobile Speed and Simplicity to WES

Webalo, a player in enterprise-to-mobile reporting, introduced the Webalo (News - Alert) Mobile Dashboard two years ago.

The most recent version, MD2 replaces the coding, waiting and cost of traditional mobile application development with an easy, fast, step-by-step process that connects smartphones to any enterprise database, report, XML Web service, or website.

At the annual BlackBerry (News - Alert) conference and trade show, Webalo will be showcasing those capabilities and show how MD2 makes it possible to select the exact enterprise content and functionality that each individual or group of users needs and deliver it to any BlackBerry 100x faster.

Webalo CEO Peter Price will show how it's possible to go from "Enterprise-to-Mobile In Minutes." At the show, attendees will see how easily they can access the Webalo Mobile Dashboard, establish connections to any enterprise resource without the need for SDKs or IDEs or specialized programming skills, and deploy to any BlackBerry smartphone in seconds.

To enhance those savings, Webalo is offering new incentives at WES to IT managers who oversee mobility initiatives.

Webalo technology eliminates the need for traditional mobile application development tools and custom programming to provide in hours, instead of weeks or months, mobile access to the specific enterprise data and functions that smartphone users rely on to do their jobs. Organizations can use Webalo's Mobile Dashboard to let administrators easily select, from their existing enterprise applications, the exact data and functions that mobile users need so they can work more efficiently and productively.

The Webalo Mobile Dashboard available in hosted and virtual appliance versions allows non-IT business administrators easily configure the connections between enterprise apps and smartphones and then, in seconds, conforms the settings to the native user interface of BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Android, iPhone (News - Alert)/iPad, Palm, Symbian, and Java smartphones and Flash-enabled browsers.

Anamika Singh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anamika's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Marisa Torrieri

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