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November 23, 2010

AT&T adds Actsoft apps to mobile resource management tool

Location-based software offerings integrated with GPS and wireless technology

By CBR Staff Writer

AT&T, a developer of mobile applications for business, has added Actsoft‘s suite of applications to its Mobile Resource Management portfolio, to enable business customers manage their mobile resources.

The Actsoft offering utilises the latest advances in GPS, mobile and Web technologies to improve workforce productivity, manage assets, control operating costs and mitigate risk, using various mobile devices that AT&T offers for businesses, the company said.

Location-based software (LBS) offerings combine GPS and wireless technology, which is capable of location and time tracking, vehicle and asset mapping, direct job dispatching, wireless invoicing, and barcode scanning.

AT&T offers users to choose from the Actsoft offerings like Comet EZ, Comet Tracker, and Comet Mobile Worker, and also offers wireless forms capability with the later.

The company claims that with Actsoft’s advanced wireless forms, businesses can turn paper forms into wireless clones.

From a wireless device, employees in the field can populate the form and send that information back to the office via AT&T’s wireless network.

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AT&T Business Solutions advanced enterprise mobility offerings vice president Chris Hill said companies need visibility into their mobile resources to increase productivity and efficiency.

Actsoft founder and CEO Tom Mitchell said Actsoft is pleased to provide AT&T’s enterprise customers with a valuable and reliable tool that will enable them to work smarter, and realize a quick ROI.

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