Extended Systems' PC Sync Product to Support ACT! 6.0

8/21/2002 - Extended Systems, a leading provider of mobile data management and wireless connectivity solutions, announced that XTNDConnect PC version 4.8 will immediately support ACT!TM 6.0, a new version of Best Software's popular contact management software.

Extended Systems' XTNDConnect PC is a robust software application that enables individual users to synchronize contacts, calendar, tasks, and e-mail between mobile devices and popular PC applications. XTNDConnect PC offers support to the more than four million professionals and 12,000 corporations worldwide using the popular ACT! contact management application. With its newest release, Extended Systems extends the functionality of XTNDConnect PC to customers who are considering the deployment of ACT! 6.0.

"With the introduction of ACT! 6.0 and the continued support from key business partners and leaders like Extended Systems, we can bring a best-of-breed solution to the market and deliver the value of contact management to our mutual customers," said Kristi Sprecher, senior director of ACT! partner programs, Best Software CRM Division.

"We recognize the importance of extending support to new business applications that will provide our customers with more of what they want seamless access to information and applications," said Gerd Uitdewilligen, product manager at Extended Systems. "Furthermore, by continuing our support for ACT!, individual users can reduce the time spent on maintaining critical business information by eliminating the need to update multiple systems."

With its support for ACT! 6.0, Extended Systems' XTNDConnect PC enhances its multi-vendor support list, which includes popular PC applications like Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, Lotus Organizer, Goldmine, and devices like Pocket PC O/S, Palm O/S and selected Sony Ericsson phones.

About Extended Systems (www.extendedsystems.com)
Extended Systems is a global leader in providing mobile infrastructure software that extends enterprise applications to mobile and wireless environments. Its products include data synchronization and management software, mobile application development software, short-range wireless connectivity products (Bluetooth and IrDA-compliant) and client/server database management systems. Extended Systems' customers and key relationships include 3Com, Agilent, Ericsson, Handspring, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Palm, Sharp, Siemens and Toshiba.

Founded in 1984, Extended Systems has offices and subsidiaries in the United States and worldwide.

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