Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – (The Hosting News) – January 7, 2008 – Web hosting company specializing in small and medium business support, Hostopia, has developed and launched the release of its newest wireless mobility data synchronization application, SyncJe for Palm OS.
Developed by Nexthaus, Hostopia’s wireless mobility technology unit, the Palm OS client further extends Nexthaus’s line of SyncSuite applications that include SyncJe for Blackberry, iPhone, Outlook, Outlook Express, and Lotus Notes. SyncJe for Palm OS allows users to wirelessly synchronize data between their Palm OS devices, desktop or mobile computers, and Internet applications such as web-based email.
The application installs directly onto Palm OS devices, enabling centrally stored Personal Information Management (PIM) data to be exchanged wirelessly. Users can ”sync” contacts, calendars, notes and tasks free from any device cradles or wires and can even set an automatic synchronization scheduler. SyncJe is compatible with any SyncML server and comes with one year of maintenance and support.
Paul D. Engels, Chief Marketing Officer at Hostopia remarked, ”Businesses and consumers are increasingly demanding greater functionality and productivity from their email services and mobility devices. SyncJe for Palm OS helps link otherwise unconnected devices with the ease and power of wireless connectivity. Critical data to every user such as contacts and calendar entries can now update wherever you are, in real time.”
Hostopia will market the new service through three channels: direct retail at http://www.nexthaus.com, through Hostopia’s wholesale channel of leading global telecommunication and mobility service providers, and an all-new channel for Hostopia, Nexthaus Resellers. The introduction of the Nexthaus Reseller Program allows VARs, systems integrators and telecommunication/mobility services professionals to directly market SyncJe software from their websites and receive referral commissions from Nexthaus.
All Nexthaus Resellers get secure access to a reseller program administration interface allowing them to track their sales and program earnings. SyncJe products can be purchased individually for $29.95, or bundled with SyncJe for Outlook, for $59.95.
Dirk Bhagat, Chief Technology Officer at Hostopia added, ”SyncJe for Palm OS adds another significant component to our comprehensive line-up of data synchronization applications: Nexthaus SyncSuite. Full compatibility with Oracle’s Collaboration Suite has made these client applications very attractive to large enterprises. We believe that the ability to fully sync one’s PIM data across multiple devices and platforms at a low client software price represents compelling value to business people, or consumers, looking to get more from their mobility device. Combined with our other SyncJe clients for Blackberry, iPhone, and Microsoft Outlook/Outlook Express, we believe we now cover the most popular devices and email clients on the market.”
Hostopia is a provider of web services that enable small and medium-sized businesses to establish and maintain an Internet presence. The company’s customers are communication services providers, including telecommunication carriers, cable companies, Internet service providers, domain registrars, and web hosting service providers. Hostopia’s customers purchase web services on a wholesale basis and resell these services under their own brands to small- and medium-sized businesses. The company provides customers with the technology, infrastructure, and support services to enable them to offer web services, while saving them research and development as well as capital and operating costs typically associated with the design, development, and delivery of web services. Nexthaus, Hostopia’s wireless mobility technology unit, is a global leader in data and device synchronization and has developed industry-recognized SyncML solutions that feature wireless interoperability between PC’s, handheld devices and mobile phones.
For more information about Nexthaus, please visit: www.nexthaus.com.
To learn more about Hostopia, please visit: www.hostopia.com.