Hosted Exchange: Emtrace's Moxier Mail and MECRM Distributed Via AppBooster
A strategic partnership with AppBooster enabled hosted Exchange provider Emtrace to distribute its flagship enterprise mobility applications, Moxier Mail and MECRM, at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2012.
“Through the partnership, AppBooster and Emtrace will have the opportunity to distribute the best mobile client for Microsoft Exchange throughout the globe even more thoroughly and adeptly," said Mattias Hansson, CEO at AppBooster, in a press release.
Moxier Mail is purported to be the world's first e-mail client for Android (News - Alert)-powered smartphones with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSyn,c while MECRM is a native application for Android that allows access to Microsoft Dynamics CRM data, anytime and anywhere, according to company officials.
The Moxier Mail client allows users to manage e-mail as well as contacts, calendars, tasks, attachments, folders, and more. It provides local and online search options, offers an advanced security environment and 57 multiple language localization support worldwide.
MECRM is a mobile solution that has the combined features of Dynamics CRM and Exchange ActiveSync. It tracks mail, tasks, contacts, and calendars on the Exchange server. It syncs with the Dynamics CRM server and can be used immediately after installation. It can be accessed both online and offline.
AppBooster is a spin off from OptiCaller Software while Emtrace Technologies specializes in the advanced enterprise Mobile applications and solutions.
With AppBooster, enterprises can boost their productivity, save valuable time, and automate the complexities of mobile application deployment. In addition, they can also maintain their own portfolio of mobile applications.
"I firmly believe that Emtrace's competitive Enterprise Mobile Applications (Moxier Mail, MECRM) will be optimized by the AppBooster distribution platform, said Naekwon Jung, CEO at Emtrace Technologies.
Emtrace will be officially launching the various enterprise-oriented services from March 2012.
Edited by Rich Steeves