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Mobility Electronics using Handango Commerce Engine for mobile software delivery
Posted on 3-Dec-2003 07:32 | Tags Filed under: News


Mobility Electronics using Handango Commerce Engine for mobile software delivery
Handango announced that Mobility Electronics has chosen the Handango Commerce Engine to provide secure transaction processing and mobile application provisioning for their web site at www.quickoffice.com Mobility Electronics will take advantage of the Handango Commerce Engine's marketing features, as well as over-the-air delivery capabilities, to sell and deliver its applications.

With the new online storefront, Mobility Electronics will be able to deliver its Symbian Series 60 applications to Nokia 3650 and 7650 users as well as continue to deliver its classic Palm OS software titles to Palm OS handheld users.

"With the launch of Quickword and Quickpoint for Series 60, we were really challenged to find an e-commerce engine that met the needs of our existing products but also offered advanced wireless functionality," said Paul Moreton, director of Mobility Electronics' Handheld Software. "We chose the Handango Commerce Engine because it offered us amazingly rich functionality -- such as a host of marketing features, unique over-the-air and digital rights management capabilities, and much more -- as well as a great deal of flexibility to meet our precise requirements."

The Handango Commerce Engine is the transaction processing and application provisioning module of Handango AMPP, Handango's application management and provisioning platform. Mobility Electronics will use the same technology to drive their software products store that is used by industry leaders such as Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, palmOne, Sony, Microsoft, HP, AOL, Yahoo, Cingular Wireless, T-Mobile, Orange, O2 and many others to provide mobile downloads to their customers. The Handango Commerce Engine is also used by mobile software companies including Sega Mobile, JAMDAT, Extended Systems, DeveloperOne, Pimlico Software and more than 200 others.


More information: http://www.quickoffice.com...




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