Company announces the general availability of the Field Mobility System, version 6.1.
AUSTIN, TX - July 25, 2012 - @hand announced today an important release of its mobile software with version 6.1 of the Field Mobility System (FMS). This product version completes the vision of FMS 6 as a cross-platform mobility framework with support for online and offline use cases, as well as an open architecture.
In mission-critical mobility scenarios, mobile workers often execute tasks in work environments with limited or unreliable network connectivity. Examples include work that occurs in remote geographies, secure government facilities, and mining environments, as well as plants, warehouses, and hospitals with incomplete wireless coverage. With FMS 6.1, @hand can deploy cross-platform, HTML5-based mobile applications to users while ensuring a consistent experience, even when the device is offline.
“FMS 6.1 represents an important milestone for the product and for the company,” according to Mike Loos, Chief Technology Officer for @hand. “Offline support and data synchronization services are core values in our software approach, and we are thrilled to expand the value of FMS to many of the smartphones and tablets that enterprises continue to adopt.”
“As with all @hand product innovations, they exist to deliver customer success,” said John Cannington, @hand CEO. “We already have FMS 6.1 in market with early adopters, and a leading life sciences company has recently deployed a mission-critical iPad-based solution for their sales organization. Expect @hand to continue to innovate both in our products and our solutions as we continue to deliver success to our customers.”
@hand provides enterprise mobility solutions for mission-critical work processes, such as asset management, supply chain, and field service. With patented software and a comprehensive set of solution services, @hand offers over a decade of experience in the successful delivery of strategic solutions for the mobile enterprise. To learn more, visit www.hand.com.
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