DynoPlex Announces Launch of Document Push


ORLANDO, Fla., April 18 /PRNewswire/ — Wireless Enterprise Symposium — DynoPlex announces the launch of Document Push(TM) — a radical new way of ensuring delivery of documents and files to BlackBerry®. Document Push(TM) will allow corporate users of the extremely popular BlackBerry wireless platform from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM – News; TSX: RIM – News) to proactively deliver or “push” documents and files to BlackBerry and automatically store locally on the device. Document Push(TM) will start shipping in Q2 of 2005 as part of eFile(TM) Server Professional.

Document Push(TM) is a unique feature not found in any other document management solutions on the market. By using Document Push(TM) companies can proactively deliver or “Push” documents and files to their BlackBerry devices, ensuring that at all times sensitive and up-to-date information such us emergency contact lists, price sheets, templates and policies is securely delivered to the mobile workers operating in the field. Documents are pushed to the devices immediately and will be delivered and stored on the device when the device is in a wireless coverage area. Once documents are delivered by Document Push(TM) to the BlackBerry device, they can be read and edited without need for wireless coverage.

“Document Push will ensure that the most important files and documents are always up-to-date and available to the users even without wireless coverage”, said Frank Endres, VP Sales and Marketing, DynoPlex. “This is perfect for applications such as emergency preparedness, with contact lists and emergency contact procedures; field service and sales with price lists, policies and procedures; and many other segments in need of guaranteed document availability.”

About DynoPlex, Inc.

DynoPex Inc. is the leading software developer of productivity applications for handheld devices and enterprise document management solutions. With offices in New York and St. Petersburg, Russia, DynoPlex utilizes cost effective on-shore/off-shore development model to deliver complex, high quality software solutions. To download a demo of DynoPlex products, visit http://www.DynoPlex.com, or call 1-212-400-7909

Document Push(TM) is a trademark of DynoPlex, Inc. The BlackBerry and RIM families of related marks, images and symbols are exclusive properties and trademarks of Research In Motion Limited.