Data synchronization middleware vendor Pumatech Monday said it has rolled out its Enterprise Intellisync, Second Edition software to link mobile devices with desktop PCs and servers.
Described by the company as an “all-in-one solution,” the software synchronizes personal information management (PIM) data, e-mail and enterprise database information either locally or remotely. It also provides information technology (IT) personnel with a centralized console for configuring, deploying and upgrading software on mobile devices, according to the company.
“Enterprise Intellisync, Second Edition allows a mobile workforce to make informed and timely decisions based on the most recent business events,” said Brad Rowe, president and CEO of Pumatech. “At the same time, it gives IT the management capabilities required to maximize the usefulness of mobile devices while ensuring corporate security.”
The product works with devices based on the Palm OS and Windows CE platforms and supports Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes. It also support synchronization with ODBC-compliant enterprise databases such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access and FileMaker, the company said.
It supports wireless connections and direct connections using standard TPC/IP, the company said. It also includes the company’s Satellite Forms software that enables IT managers to develop custom mobile applications that deliver back-end data.
Pricing, which is based on volume, starts at $97 per seat.