Dexterra achieves Symbol Technologies validation

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Dexterra, a leading innovator of mobile business software and a premier member of Symbol’s PartnerSelect ISV Partner Program, announced that Dexterra business applications powered by Dexterra ConcertTM 4.0 have successfully met all test objectives and have been granted the SymbolPLUS Validated logo through Symbol Technologies’ Solutions Validation Program.

“Dexterra provides a broad suite of line-of-business mobile applications and a flexible mobile platform,” said Verlin Youd, vice president and general manager of Symbol’s Industry Solutions Group. “Dexterra has successfully tested on a broad set of Symbol devices, and together, Dexterra and Symbol are globally delivering a powerful integrated mobility solution to manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, utilities and other industries.”

With Dexterra ConcertTM 4.0, the first event-driven service-oriented architecture (SOA)-based application platform for process-rich mobile applications, any business can develop reusable applications without writing code using the Dexterra TransAppTM templates, connect them to back office systems using Dexterra Adapters and deploy to devices in the field in record time.

Dexterra Concert and Dexterra TransApp mobile applications have been tested and co-validated on all Symbol devices, including the MC9000 and PPT8800 mobile computers, the MC50 Enterprise Data Assistant (EDA) and newly released MC70 EDA, and in multiple scanning and wireless configurations including WLAN, WAN ? GPRS and CDMA ? and Bluetooth.

“Dexterra is proud to be a global premier Symbol partner and to validate our software application on Symbol devices,” said Suhas Uliyar, chief technology officer of Dexterra. “Our joint customers are already benefiting from our partnership and can now enjoy the world-class capabilities not only for increased worker productivity and efficiency but also for enterprise effectiveness through the mobilisation of key business processes to every employee regardless of location.”

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