Mobile Devices

February 04, 2013

Flowfinity Announces 7.0 Will Be Blackberry Ready

Blackberry (the company formerly known as Research in Motion) is trying to forge itself a bit of a comeback in 2013 and the firm just got some good news from a company known as Flowfinity. Flowfinity is a company that specializes in mobile enterprise applications and has software that is usable on most mobile application platforms including iOS and Android. Late last week Flowfinity announced that it would be able to support Blackberry 10 with an update to its software. Flowfinity 7.0 will allow businesses to create mobile applications that streamline operations and increase efficiency and they will be able to create these applications for the new Blackberry phones as well.

Blackberry burst onto the smartphone scene as a company that was built for the business man and if Blackberry really is going to make the comeback they are plotting, they are going to need to find a way to become the phone of choice for the enterprise set.

"Flowfinity software has helped businesses increase revenue and efficiency with BlackBerry devices for over 12 years, and we are excited to support the BlackBerry 10 platform," Larry Wilson, VP of Sales and Marketing for Flowfinity said in a recent statement. "This platform enables us to deliver graphically rich features that reflect the full Flowfinity experience for BlackBerry users.”

Flowfinity 7.0 is specifically geared to be used with touch screen devices and is one of the reasons why the earlier versions of the Blackberry phones would not have been able to take advantage of this program. The newer versions of the Blackberry phones will be better suited for the program which makes it that much easier for enterprise programs to operate on these newer smartphones.

Edited by Carlos Olivera

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