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Helping the Enterprise Go Wireless

Our Company
DataViz is an industry leader in developing and marketing Office compatibility and productivity solutions across a variety of platforms including Palm OS, Symbian OS, BlackBerry, Java, Windows Mobile, Linux, Windows and Macintosh. Founded in 1984, DataViz began its business developing file conversion software and has since expanded its expertiseto providing solutions that meet the increasing demands of the handheld and mobile markets. With enterprise-grade solutions that include its awardwinning mobile Office suite, Documents To Go®, and wireless Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® client, RoadSync®, DataViz is committed to developing premium solutions that mobilize ‘Microsoft Office’ without compromise and providing customers with instantaccess to critical files and business data.

Strategic Partnerships
DataViz is committed to providing best-of-breed technology and high-quality products that benefit its own customers and those of its partners. This commitment has fueled its success in establishing licensing partnerships with software and hardware vendors, both large and small, in the desktop and mobile markets. Partnersinclude Microsoft, Palm, Motorola, RIM, Sony Ericsson, MontaVista and other industry leaders. Strong distribution and carrier partnerships with companies like Ingram Micro and AT&T Wireless in the US, along with Brightpoint and Orange abroad have helped propel the company’s office mobility product line into the marketplace. DataViz is a member of the UIQ Alliance, MOTODEV, BlackBerry Alliance, NokiaForum Pro, Palm’s Developer Network, Sony Ericsson Core+ developer program, Apple Developer Connection and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Symbian’s Partner Network, Orange Partner Premium member and a member of the AT&T Certified Solutions Program.

Our Solution: Mobilizing the Enterprise
For nearly a decade now, DataViz has taken its experience in file compatibility and extended it tothe mobile market. Its flagship solution, Documents To Go, has remained the #1 selling office suite for Palm OS handhelds and smartphones since the product’s introduction in 1999 and continues to garner accolades and praise from leading industry experts including Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal and David Pogue of The New York Times. Documents To Go encompasses the ability to create, viewand edit Microsoft® Word, Excel® and PowerPoint® files on a handheld or smartphone while retaining all the original file formatting along with support for viewing native PDF files. Additionally, various editions of Documents To Go have been chosen as the preferred pre-loaded office solution for a number of handheld devices and smartphones from Palm, RIM, Motorola and other hardware manufacturers.The Documents To Go product line also includes support for Symbian OS based UIQ and S80, Mobilinux and Windows Mobile smartphone devices. All editions of Documents To Go feature DataViz’s InTact Technology™ to provide complete document integrity. Based on Exchange ActiveSync technology licensed directly from Microsoft, RoadSync provides secure, wireless and direct push synchronization of corporatee-mail, calendar, contacts and attachments - all in one affordable, scalable and easy to manage package. In addition to significantly enhancing enduser productivity, RoadSync simultaneously lowers IT costs by providing any easy to implement mobility strategy which eliminates the need for middleware servers and subscription fees. As a licensee of the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol, DataVizis committed to extending this technology to as many of the world’s mobile phones as possible. According to technology market research firm The Radicati Group*, 33% of corporations worldwide currently use Microsoft Exchange Server as their insourced corporate messaging solution and their market share is expected to rise to 39% by 2009. Additionally, the Radicati Group predicts that by 2009, the...
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