, the leading provider of wireless applications that drive productivity and accelerate growth, announces the release of version 6.2 of its best-in-class mobile application platform. With this release, Pyxis Mobile delivers the ability to configure a single application that runs on three platforms. Users with BlackBerry
and Windows Mobile
devices, as well as those who use the Desktop Edition, all have access to the same powerful applications and data.
Major enhancements in version 6.2 include a Desktop Edition upgrade, multiple language support and BlackBerry Storm optimization. Client features in the release include enhanced search functionality, real-time transaction confirmation, and more. Other powerful new features that enhance the Pyxis Mobile products are geostamping, scripting, and real-time dynamic choice lists.
"Our customers need increasingly sophisticated applications to keep pace with the growing expectations of mobile professionals," says Todd Christy, Pyxis Mobile President & CTO. "Version 6.2 allows our customers to run mobile applications on multiple platforms, deploy globally utilizing localized languages, and conduct more business in real-time."
The 6.2 enhancements are all available with Pyxis Mobile's "Mobile Application Design Workshop," which allows the design and deployment of a custom application in one day.
Pyxis Mobile is the leading provider of innovative wireless applications that drive productivity and accelerate growth. Pyxis Mobile provides a collection of award-winning wireless business applications, a library of exclusive 3rd-party content, and a best-in-class Application Studio that empowers the creation of highly specialized mobility configurations to fit any need.
To date, Pyxis Mobile applications are in use at 28 of the top 50 global asset managers and 6 of the top 15 "Fortune 500", 15 of the top 25 insurance carriers, and 3 of the top 5 U.S. banks. Pyxis Mobile's customer list includes such companies as AIM, Blackstone Group, Deutsche Asset Management, Pioneer, Manulife, New York Life Investment, AXA Financial, Henderson Global, Sun Life Financial, and OppenheimerFunds.