AMT-Sybex launches hosted field force service

June 2008
Utility Week;6/13/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p1
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The article reveals that consultancy AMT-Sybex has been working with enterprise mobility specialist Dexterra and mobile network operator Vodafone to develop a hosted service providing mobile data communications for a fixed monthly fee without the upfront investment and maintenance costs associated with an in-house system. Software as a service is the next trend, said Rikke Helms of Dexterra. The hosted service uses Vodafone Application Services (VAS) and includes the conversion of mobile workers' paper forms into electronic versions for mobile devices.


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