MobileFrame invited to present at California Council of Testing
and Inspection Agencies (CCTIA) 2004 Annual Convention
MobileFrame's Configurable Mobile ApplicationTM software to be
featured at the CCTIA Annual Convention on February 7th at the Bally Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
SAN JOSE, CA-January 22, 2004--MobileFrame, LLC (www.mobileframe.com),
the leading provider of Configurable Mobile Applications has been invited to present at the
California Council of Testing and Inspection Agencies (CCTIA) 2004 Annual Convention. CCTIA
is a non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to fostering, promoting, and encouraging
through education, the practice and profession of materials testing and inspection services.
MobileFrame's unique software platform allows users with no IT background to develop and deploy
sophisticated mobile applications, enabling the automation of testing and inspection data
collection. MobileFrame will provide a presentation of the key benefits of automating field data
collection, including a product demonstration illustrating the ease of use of this innovative
MobileFrame's software allows changes to be made on-the-fly, so new workflow to mobile workers
can be changed and rolled out in minutes. CCTIA field inspectors and engineers can automate
current field-based inspection processes, eliminating the need for manual data entry in their
offices. Mobile workers can connect to backend enterprise systems in real-time and capture
rich data types such as documents, photos, sound, bar code scans, etc., while in the field.
MobileFrame's Smart ArchitectureTM integrates a user friendly point and click desktop with
autonomous client device rendering and intelligent network synchronization so novice computer
users can quickly and easily create and deploy sophisticated mobile applications.
"We are always looking to adopt innovative technology that can enhance our member's productivity,"
says Al McManus, President of the NorCal Chapter of the CCTIA. "The CCTIA's commitment to best
practices dates back to 1970. The ease of use of MobileFrame's software makes it a compelling
option for our members."
"MobileFrame is very pleased to be invited to present at the CCTIA 2004 Annual Convention,"
states Lonny Oswalt, MobileFrame's CEO. "Our revolutionary configurable mobile application
provides an intuitive easy to use point and click desktop where users with little or no training
can create and deploy mobile applications of any degree of complexity. Novice computer users
can store their mobile apps in a personal library and then make changes on-the-fly, without
programming or expensive IT engagements. Field inspectors can literally go mobile instantly
with our software."
About MobileFrame LLC
MobileFrame has established a new category of user driven smart mobile computing, with
integrated intelligent networking and synchronization. The company's pioneering software
significantly streamlines the process of developing, deploying and administering mobile
enterprise applications. MobileFrame is a privately held company headquartered in San Jose,
California. For more information, customers may contact MobileFrame directly at 1-408-885-1200
or visit our Web site at www.mobileframe.com.
About California Council of Testing and Inspection Agencies
The California Council of Testing and Inspection Agencies' (CCTIA's) roots go back to
approximately 1970 when several San Francisco Bay Area testing and inspection firms (materials
engineering laboratories) formed the Association of Northern California Testing and Inspection
Agencies (ANCTIA). The purpose was to unite their efforts in an attempt to achieve more uniform
guidelines for, and enforcement of, what was then Section 305 of the Uniform Building Code (UBC)
dealing with "Special Inspection". The Council influences code development, training programs,
and minimum inspector and agency qualification standards through its member firms'
representation in many other organizations.
Thomas J. Laughlin