Download Free Preview Of DataViz Documents To Go For Pocket PC

By PRESS RELEASE — August 27, 2008

Milford, CT --DataViz, Inc., leading provider of Office compatibility solutions in its 25th year in business, announced the availability of its flagship mobile office suite Documents To Go  Premium Edition 3.0 for devices running Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.x Professional and 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition. 

Click here to download a free evaluation copy.

Already available for Windows Mobile Standard, BlackBerry, Symbian and Palm OS, Documents To Go, will now allow users of Windows Mobile Pocket PC devices to view, edit and create Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files (Windows: Office 97-2007, Mac: Office 98-2008) as well as view PDF files on their devices and in their native formats.
DataViz has also enhanced the PDF viewer included with their mobile office suite with this release of Documents To Go for Pocket PC.  The improvements provide a clear and crisp viewing experience of all Adobe  PDF file elements (rendering stays true to desktop file) and makes dramatic speed improvements when opening files so users can be more productive.

Other features include support for password protected Word and Excel files, InTact Technology for retaining 100% file formatting when editing files on the device, the ability to view, edit and create Excel charts and decompress, zip and send e-mail attachments.  Documents To Go is available for a wide variety of Windows Mobile Pocket PC devices such as the AT&T Tilt, Palm Treo 750 and Palm Treo 800w to name a few. An optimized version to support high resolution screen devices such the HTC Touch Pro and HTC Touch Diamond will be available in the next several weeks.
"We are pleased to see DataViz bring its highly regarded mobile Office suite, Documents To Go, to the Windows Mobile Pocket PC platform," said David Schoenbach, Vice President--Business Development, MobiHand, Inc. "As a leading distributor of mobile smartphone content, our customers can now enjoy the benefits of this powerful wireless office solution, enhancing their productivity and work quality when out of the office."
"We are excited to expand our product line to include Windows Mobile Pocket PC devices," said Danny Tu, Product Manager, DataViz, Inc. "Our latest release is an answer to our many customer requests to develop for this platform."
Pricing & Availability
Pricing starts at $29.99 USD per license with volume licenses available for five or more users.  Documents To Go Premium Edition 3.0 for Windows Mobile 6.x Professional and 5.0 Pocket PC for Phone Edition is available for purchase direct from DataViz (www.dataviz.com), as well as from MobiHand  (www.mobihand.com) and the network of DataViz resellers and distributors worldwide.  A complete list of resellers and distributors is available online at www.dataviz.com/wheretobuy.
About DataViz
DataViz is an industry leader in developing and marketing Office compatibility and productivity solutions across a variety of platforms including BlackBerry, Java, Linux, Palm OS, Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, Windows and Macintosh.  Founded in 1984, DataViz began its business developing file conversion software and has since expanded its expertise to providing solutions that meet the increasing demands of the handheld and mobile markets. With solutions that include its award-winning mobile Office suite, Documents To Go, and RoadSync, DataViz is committed to providing premium solutions that mobilize 'Microsoft Office' for today's knowledge workers and to provide instant access to critical files and business data. DataViz partners include RIM, Palm, Motorola, Microsoft, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and other industry leaders.


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