Flowfinity Forms Supports the BlackBerry Style™ 9670 Flip Smartphone
All Flowfinity Wireless business solutions ready to shine on the BlackBerry Style™ 9760 Flip smartphone.
November 5, 2010
Flowfinity® Wireless Inc., a leading provider and enabler of adaptable smartphone business applications, today announces support for the BlackBerry® Style™ 9670 Flip smartphone. Flowfinity Forms has worked on BlackBerry® smartphones for over 10 years and is pleased to announce support for the latest smartphone running on Sprint's 3G network in the USA. True to RIM's high quality standards, the BlackBerry Style offers a clamshell design with a full QWERTY keyboard, excellent voice quality, and internal 2.7 inch display. Equipped with Flowfinity Forms, users of the BlackBerry Style 9670 can easily and quickly create, deploy and use forms on the smartphone, making it practical to collect data, conduct surveys, accept orders, or track activities.
The flip form factor allows RIM to make a small lightweight handset while keeping the smartphone’s media features that help mobile business users working in the field. Sales people, for instance, who are typically heavy phone users, prefer this small flip smartphone as it is comfortable to the ear, has excellent voice quality, and is the perfect size for slipping in a pocket.
“We are committed to supporting our customers’ choice of device form factor that fits user preferences and requirements,” said Larry Wilson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Flowfinity. “Based on our experience with customers with field sales professionals, we expect significant demand for a full featured smartphone that is also small and lightweight.”
Paired with Flowfinity Forms for example, field workers using the BlackBerry Style will be able to conveniently submit information valuable to the business without requiring use of a bulky tablet or computer system in the field. Common uses of Flowfinity Forms include lead capture, price quotation inquiries, service requests, expense forms, product orders, checklists, inspections and on-site registration forms.
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