7/1/2004 - AppForge, Inc., the leader in multi-platform mobile and wireless application development solutions, announced its participation in the Microsoft Mobility Partner Advisory Council (MPAC). Microsoft Corp. formed MPAC in an effort to work more collaboratively with companies who are investing heavily in mobility.
AppForge Crossfire is a leading mobile and wireless application development environment that extends and simplifies Microsoft .NET and Visual Basic 6 development to mobile and wireless devices. With Crossfire, developers can create enterprise applications for hundreds of mobile and wireless PDA’s, Smartphones and industrial devices.
“AppForge is honored to accept Microsoft’s invitation to be part of the Mobility Partner Advisory Council,” said Sue Pinns, Director of Business Development at AppForge. “MPAC is an excellent forum to work more closely with Microsoft and other leading mobile technology providers to further enhance mobile technology and product offerings.”
“In creating MPAC, Microsoft sought to bring together companies, such as AppForge, that are making significant investments and inroads in the mobility market,” said Julie Wymetalek, manager of the MPAC program at Microsoft. “As an innovator in mobile and wireless application development environments, AppForge is one such company, and we look forward to working closely with it as a member of MPAC.”
AppForge, Inc. is the leader in multi-platform mobile and wireless application development solutions for Microsoft .NET. AppForge software enables developers to quickly develop and deploy robust applications on all mobile and wireless PDAs, Smartphones and Industrial devices. For more information on AppForge, visit the company’s Web site at www.appforge.com.
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