Integral Mobile Data Launches mForms Version 2.0

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Integral Mobile Data (IMD), the UKs leading provider of mobile computing systems for business applications, has launched version 2.0 of its innovative mForms product. mForms is a unique out of the box solution for companies employing staff who are constantly on the move. Version 2.0 has a number of added capabilities that will certainly establish mForms as the quintessential tool for companies going mobile.

One of the major features of the first mForms package, and a key differentiator between it and similar products was its powerful rapid application development capability. Version 2.0 expands on this feature by adding support for automatic database table creation. mForms 1.0 enabled companies to create mobile solutions from existing databases; the new version goes one step further.

Through the implementation of easy to use wizards, new databases can now be created from the design of the application. Using the flexible adaptive database technology built into mForms, tables can be created in any system from those based on Microsoft SQL Server through to Oracle and DB2.

Further enhancements to the mForms Suite include the ability to seamlessly integrate with Web Services to ensure interoperability with any system from Legacy systems to complex ERP platforms.

For many organisations security is a primary concern when implementing any mobile solution. The advanced mobile security module within mForms now includes support for automatic denial-of-service detection and prevention; ensuring that clients have the benefit of the best mobile server security available.

By adding these new and powerful features the mForms Suite from Integral Mobile Data further extends its position as the most powerful and easy-to-use rapid mobile application development suite on the market. mForms has always been an innovative product with the potential to transform work for companies with a requirement to go mobile. Our version 2 release takes those capabilities and adds in even better security, even better integration - and the ability to create whole databases from a palmtop. This is a major step for mobile computing.

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