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XML-Based forms for mobile data collection on Pocket PC and Palm handhelds
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 22:39 | Filed under: News



MobileDataforce has released a new version of its XML-based mobile forms development software, Intercue Mobility Suite version 4.0.

The Intercue Mobility Suite offers an XML development environment for creating and publishing forms for data collection on three major mobile platforms, Windows Mobile Pocket PC, Palm OS, and Tablet PC/Windows. This toolset provides enterprise users the ability to quickly build applications for collecting data on mobile devices without the need for programming. Sample forms shipped with the product provide templates for users in several industries including healthcare, finance, engineering and human resources. These sample forms are available for download in the Intercue Mobility Suite.

"Companies often have several different types of handheld computers and mobile devices," said Dave Wasden, vp of Product Management with MobileDataforce. "Using the Intercue Mobility Suite, organizations can quickly build device specific electronic forms that can be used for data collection in the field. The data from the electronic forms is captured as an XML file which can easily be integrated into most backend applications and databases."

New features include multi-platform support for Pocket PC, Palm and Tablet PC/Notebooks, wireless support, advanced database integration features, XML-based forms enhancements, forms validation, and user-defined XML stylesheets for reporting.


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







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