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Monthly Archives: January 2010

MobileFrame Launches New Site Design for

New and Improved MobileFrame.comWe recently re-designed our website ( to make it more robust and user-friendly.  And hopefully provide better insight into our products, benefits and features.  For those of you familiar with our old design, be sure to stop by and check out the changes – we’d love your feedback (  New to MobileFrame?  Be sure to check out and let us know what you think.

2010 – A New Year, and a New Direction for the Blog!

It’s been a very busy year so far, we are almost into February and we’re getting just getting out our first blog post!  Fortunately we have been hard at work planning our content schedule and strategy around the blog for 2010, and have decided to add a new section to the blog specifically focusing on Mobile Education.  With all of the competing technologies, platforms, operating systems, carriers, it can be difficult to separate marketing hype from actual fact.  Our aim is to focus on one topic every couple of weeks, and try to shed more light on each particular subject.

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Advanced Powering Services purchases MobileFrame to automate field inspections and maintenance

Advanced Powering Services has chosen MobileFrame to automate their field inspections and maintenance activities.  APS performs semi-annual maintenance on 3500+ pieces of equipment across CA, AZ and NV primarily for the Cable TV Industry.  In addition, APS performs field inspections of all the equipment at a facility. Prior to adopting MobileFrame’s platform, APS’s business process was entirely paper-based.  APS wanted to grow their business and they recognized that eliminating paper forms and manual data entry was the best way to go.  They plan to write their own mobile applications, using the MobileFrame platform, and deploy them to Netbooks operating on Verizon’s 3G network. Continue reading

Digi Jadoo purchases MobileFrame to automate subscription revenue collection processes

Digi Jadoo, exclusive distributor for several Satellite Pay TV channels in Bangladesh, has purchased MobileFrame to automate their subscription revenue collection process. Digi Jadoo Territory Officers, stationed across Bangladesh, collect subscription revenue on behalf of the Pay TV channels from over 800 cable operators and MSO’s. Digi Jadoo was looking for a way to grow their business while keeping track of Territory Officers via GPS and providing the ability to work remotely without the use of paper. In addition, MobileFrame’s system will provide Digi Jadoo the necessary information about the bill payment status of their clients. Continue reading

Frontier Logistics to deploy Inventory Management, POD and Rail Fleet Management mobile applications using MobileFrame platform

Frontier Logistics has chosen MobileFrame as their standard mobility platform for use in deploying several mobile applications throughout their organization.  The first mobile application will be for inventory tracking in the warehouse.  They also plan to deploy mobile apps to automate Proof of Delivery (POD) and Rail fleet management.  Frontier’s mobile applications will run on Intermec CN50’s with the Intermec SR61 Bluetooth handheld scanner. The driving force behind Frontier’s decision to standardize on MobileFrame was the need to improve productivity, reduce paperwork and eliminate duplicate data entry. The platform provides the flexibility, ease-of-use and hardware support necessary for Frontier to develop the wide variety of mobile applications their business processes require.  At full deployment, Frontier Logistics expects to have 230 users: 30 in the warehouse and 200 drivers.

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