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Access All Your Contacts with SkyData Mobile Application

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Access All Your Contacts with SkyData Mobile ApplicationSkyData Systems unveiled its new mobile application for business users today at the DEMOfall 08 conference. The SkyData mobile application combines information from CRM applications, contact systems, the Web, business and social networks, profiling, news, and location services to provide the Mobile Super Network-which delivers an instant, unified view of all of your business and personal contacts and their related information.

SkyData integrates personal and business networks ranging from Outlook address books, Google and Yahoo contacts, Facebook, LinkedIn , Plaxo and Jigsaw business networks, and finally formal CRM applications such as Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, Microsoft and NetSuite. The SkyData application runs on most RIM Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile USA and Sprint networks. Apple iPhone support is planned for the end of 2008.

“Business mobile users no longer need to try to view discrete bits of information through mobile web browsers or single data source mobile applications,” said Kevin Nix, CEO and Co-Founder of SkyData Systems. “Hopping between different applications and different websites to access your entire network of business and personal connections is not how people want to work. SkyData delivers one, easy-to-use, application to moreaccess all their personal and business relationships and the surrounding data.”

SkyData is available in two licensing models. The SkyData Personal Edition is free to use and combines personal networks, Facebook and related news and profiling together for fast mobile access. The Business Edition provides additional support of CRM systems, such as Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, or NetSuite and costs $9.95 per user per month. Both editions are in Private Beta.

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