iConverse Brings Home Prestigious Blue Ribbon Award After Securing First Place in NetworkWorld Review.Business/Technology Editors
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iConverse, a leading mobile application platform provider, today announced the iConverse Mobility Platform(TM) received the highest product rating topping six other vendors, capturing the prestigious NetworkWorld Blue Ribbon blue ribbon
denotes highest honor. [Western Folklore: Brewer Dictionary, 127]
See : Prize (TM) award in a recent competitive review by NetworkWorld Magazine.
In the June 25, 2001 issue of NetworkWorld Magazine, Reviewer re·view·er
One who reviews, especially one who writes critical reviews, as for a newspaper or magazine.
a person who writes reviews of books, films, etc.
Noun 1. Barry Nance wrote, "Our tests showed the best tool for extending an application into the wireless realm was iConverse's Mobile Studio and Interaction Server...Mobile Studio's and Interaction Server's easy-to-use visual design environment, comprehensive support for wireless handheld devices and excellent scalability make it the tool of choice."
One of seven vendors evaluated for the review, iConverse was proclaimed pro·claim
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2. , the best "for giving mobile workers access to a vertical market application." The review can be read in NetworkWorld magazine or online at www.nwfusion.com/reviews.
"Since its inception, iConverse has been committed to providing Global 2000 enterprises with the industry's most scalable, cost-effective cost-effective,
n the minimal expenditure of dollars, time, and other elements necessary to achieve the health care result deemed necessary and appropriate. platform for extending essential enterprise applications that increase productivity and improve a business' bottom line," said Ron Matros, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. and president of iConverse. "Receiving independent valuation of our technology by NetworkWorld's staff of reviewers demonstrates to us we are executing on that commitment."
The iConverse Mobility Platform is the next generation of mobile technology that helps enterprises easily and swiftly create, deploy and maintain interactive mobile business applications for every device on the market without extensive time to market and high maintenance costs. The iConverse platform contains two components: the award-winning iConverse Mobile Studio(TM), a 100 percent visual, drag and drop A graphical user interface (GUI) capability that lets you perform operations by moving the icon of an object with the mouse into another window or onto another icon. For example, files can be copied or moved by dragging them from one folder to another. mobile application development environment, and the iConverse Interaction Server(TM), a flexible and secure run-time deployment environment in which to run and maintain device-customized applications.
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iConverse m-powers enterprises with the next generation of mobile technology that helps them streamline mission-critical business processes to establish competitive differentiation, drive revenue and increase worker productivity. With the iConverse Mobility Platform(TM), companies can easily and swiftly create, deploy and maintain interactive mobile applications for every device on the market without extensive time to market and high maintenance costs. The iConverse Mobility Platform was chosen as a Best of Show(TM) winner for Internet Internet
Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the World Wireless in February 2001, recently named one of three finalists for PC Magazine's 2001 I3 Innovation in Infrastructure Awards(TM) in the Wireless Software category, and recently took home NetworkWorld's prestigious Blue Ribbon Award(TM) in a competitive vendor bake-off. Established in 1999, with headquarters in Waltham, Mass., iConverse is a privately held company privately held company
A firm whose shares are held within a relatively small circle of owners and are not traded publicly. . Its funding partners include Advanced Technology Ventures and Prism Venture Partners. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.iconverse.com.