DIALOGUE TO PROVIDE WAP EMAIL SOLUTION TO VODAFONE CORPORATE CUSTOMERS IN THE UK
Sheffield Dialogue Communications, a leading UK-based mobile Internet messaging company, today announced that it has been selected by Vodafone to supply email connectivity for WAP-enabled phones to its corporate customers in the UK.
Vodafone will be offering Dialogues Expressway 2000 server through its Business Solutions portfolio a suite of products designed to maximise the potential of mobile workforces. Expressway 2000 allows users of WAP-enabled phones to access corporate email systems while on the move.
Dialogue has been a strategic partner for a number of years and we have developed several innovative services together, said Graham Ward, managing director, Vodafone Corporate. Our sales force has been using the Dialogue solution since its launch and it has proved to be a robust and useful tool for people on the move.
Dialogues Expressway 2000, enables WAP devices using the server to access messages from any email system. The mobile solution has the functionality of PC-based email systems including the ability to reply, forward and delete messages. Users can also access address books, view attachment details, such as size and type, and transfer emails from the inbox to other folders.
Vodafone Business Solutions supply reliable, efficient and cost effective technical GSM products to remote mobile workers within the corporate market. All products supplied by Vodafone Corporate within the Business Solutions portfolio are supported by comprehensive service levels agreements and contracts.
Sheffield-based Dialogue Communications is a leading provider of mobile Internet messaging solutions. Last year it demonstrated the worlds first successful transmission of email to a WAP-enabled phone. Dialogue provides carrier-class mobile text messaging servers to GSM service providers and large corporate intranets. Products include Expressway 2000 the UKs best selling WAP email connector compatible with a host of email protocols including MS Exchange, Lotus Notes and IMAP4/POP3 email systems. With Expressway 2000, WAP-enabled mobile phones can access corporate email systems, allowing customers to read, compose and manage messages and folders while on the move. For further information about Dialogue Communications please see www.dialogue.co.uk.