Pumatech Enters Phone Sync Market
Oct 13, 2003, 11:35 AM by (staff)
Pumatech today announced it is extending its Intellisync® synchronization solution to the mobile phone market with the introduction of Intellisync: Phone Edition. The initial release of Intellisync: Phone Edition software delivers two-way synchronization of contact data between Microsoft Outlook and specific mobile phones manufactured by Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and LG. Additional PIM software and phones will be supported in coming months. The software and required cables are available now from Pumatech's online store for $34.95 each.
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