Washington University in St. Louis Selects MobileFrame To Automate Campus Inspections
Washington University Has Selected MobileFrame's Configurable Mobile ApplicationTM
software As Its Standard Mobility Platform For Campus Inspections
San Jose, Calif. -- June 22, 2006 - MobileFrame, LLC (www.mobileframe.com), the leading provider of Configurable Mobile ApplicationsTM, announces that its mobile software platform has been selected by Washington University in St. Louis to automate its campus inspections. Washington University conducted an extensive review of competitive mobile platforms before selecting MobileFrame's award-winning Configurable Mobile ApplicationTM software platform as their mobility standard for all of its campus inspection operations.
MobileFrame's Configurable Mobile ApplicationsTM software platform is an entirely self-contained mobility solution that provides full functionality out-of-the-box, with no custom programming, no third party mobile gateways, synchronization engines or SDK's required. Mobile applications are integrated with Washington University's Access Database system, allowing inspectors anywhere on the campus to have full access to work orders, maintenance schedules, repair histories, and inspection reports. MobileFrame's software also allows inspectors to capture photographs, voice notes, documents, templates, logos, sketches, digital signatures, bar code scans, magnetic strip read outs, RFID tags and advanced algorithmic functions, and attach them directly into their mobile applications. Applications are stored in a library so Washington University can quickly make changes whenever businesses requirements change, enabling on-the-spot development and deployment of a wide variety of mobile applications. MobileFrame software affords Washington University unparalleled flexibility to create mobile applications of any degree of complexity, incorporating any mix of business processes, and deploy those mobile applications to their inspectors on-the-fly
MobileFrame's Business SuiteTM is a fully self contained solution that delivers broad functionality out-of-the-box. No custom programming, no third party mobile gateways, synchronization engines or SDK's are required. Data collected in the field is stored on a handheld device and automatically synchronized to the central office when wireless or wired access becomes available. The MobileFrame software operates on any .NET enabled handheld device, including Pocket PC PDA's, Tablet PC's or Laptops.
"MobileFrame is pleased to win this account with Washington University," said Lonny Oswalt, MobileFrame's CEO and President. "Our award winning software allows Washington University to automate all of their mobile inspection applications, without requiring any custom coding. New inspection applications can be created and deployed in hours, rather than months, representing substantial cost savings and new levels of service to the university."
About MobileFrame LLC
MobileFrame is the leading provider of Configurable Mobile ApplicationsTM enterprise software that requires no coding or programming to create and deploy sophisticated mobile applications. With intelligent networking and synchronization built-in, MobileFrame's platform significantly streamlines mobile application development, deployment, and administration. MobileFrame eliminates custom programming through an intuitive, user friendly point-and-click desktop, enabling novice computer users to easily deploy any custom mobile 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 website at www.mobileframe.com.
Washington University in St. Louis
Washington University's educational mission is the promotion of learning -- learning by students and by faculty. Teaching, or the transmission of knowledge, is central to our mission, as is research, or the creation of new knowledge. The faculty, composed of scholars, scientists, artists, and members of the learned professions, serves society by teaching; by adding to the store of human art, understanding, and wisdom; and by providing direct services, such as health care. For more information, customers may visit our website at www.wustl.edu.
Thomas J. Laughlin