10/28/2005 - Roaming Messenger (OTCBB: RMSG), the provider of a breakthrough mobile messaging platform, reports that the company has been featured in a publication of nationally recognized homeland security strategist and theorist, W. David Stephenson. His articles on homeland security, new economic paradigms, and advanced technology have appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Journal of Homeland Security, The Boston Globe, MassHighTech, Profit, Collaboration, The Los Angeles Times, and Quality.
In this week's StephensonStrategies.com report, Mr. Stephenson singled out Roaming Messenger as "the killer app" for homeland security. Mr. Stephenson emphasizes the innovative use of technology, especially to leverage the billions of dollars of mobile communications technology, from cell phones to Wi-Fi laptops, that are already in individuals' hands.
Citing Roaming Messenger's smart messaging capability and interoperability across multiple devices and networks, Mr. Stephenson believes that Roaming Messenger's technology combines the necessary features and functions to make it the standard bearer for emergency communications in the post-Katrina world.
From his Monday, October 24, 2005 post: "It solves the most important problem, according to Secretary Chertoff, in the New Orleans response: lack of interoperability between the federal, state and local communications systems, and does so for not only various networks and carriers, but also for a variety of devices, including desktop and laptop computers, cell phones and PDAs."
To read the full report click here: www.stephensonstrategies.com/2005/10/24.html
He concludes his analysis of Roaming Messenger's breakthrough capabilities and market overtaking characteristics with this comment: "Roaming Messenger should play a critical role in overcoming interoperability problems. More important, by linking individuals via location-based, real-time information, it provides exactly the kind of flexible, ad hoc teambuilding required in chaotic natural disasters or terror attacks."
"Unfortunately, the world we live in has become increasingly more dangerous and we must use the best technology available to overcome and respond to these new threats," states Jon Lei, Roaming Messenger's CEO. "We are very excited about recent awards and industry coverage. Mr. Stephenson's unsolicited coverage of Roaming Messenger vindicates our unwavering vision that we have the right technology at the right time. We will be launching some very important initiatives and participating in some high profile industry demonstrations in the coming weeks."
About Roaming Messenger
Roaming Messenger is the provider of a breakthrough mobile messaging technology that delivers a completely new and better way for government agencies and corporations to extend information and business processes to the mobile world. The Company, based in Santa Barbara, California, has developed a proprietary technology that encapsulates workflow logic and data into smart software "messengers." Unlike regular e-mail and text messages, these messengers are encrypted, and have the ability to automatically move across wired and wireless devices, track down recipients, confirm receipt, deliver interactive content, and transmit real-time responses back to the sending application. The Roaming Messenger product is easily integrated into existing systems. It serves as a communication gateway to the mobile world for a variety of applications such as those used in emergency response, homeland security, logistics, healthcare, business continuity and financial services.
Roaming Messenger is certified as a member of the BlackBerry® Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Alliance program and has received Microsoft® Certified for Windows Mobile designation.
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