AmikaNow! - fast becoming known as the world's first value-added Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions provider for the Wireless Internet - today announced the availability of its Plug-in products, AmikaFreedom(tm) and AmikaWisdom(tm), for Microsoft Outlook 2000. Now, the full functionality of AmikaNow!'s industry-leading highlighting technology can be enjoyed by Microsoft Outlook 2000 users. The products will be demonstrated at CTIA Wireless 2000 in New Orleans, LA, February 28 - March 1.
In addition to the introduction of its Outlook 2000 Plug-in product line, AmikaNow! has also announced that it is accepting Beta users for its new web-based email highlighting service - AmikaFreedom.com. AmikaFreedom.com will extend email highlighting services to any of 200 million Internet users who use email-enabled wireless devices and will include AmikaNow!'s cutting edge content-interpretation technology - the AmikaHighlighter(tm). Users interested in testing AmikaFreedom.com are invited to register at the AmikaNow! web site (www.amikanow.com).
AmikaFreedom and AmikaWisdom are intelligent email management and wireless messaging solutions designed to reduce the heavy volume of electronic information that overwhelms today's workers. Using artificial intelligence, keywords and keyphrases are generated from email content and delivered as highlights to either the desktop or any email-enabled wireless device.
"AmikaFreedom.com is the latest product to demonstrate the potential of AmikaNow!'s embedded artificial intelligence solutions in simplifying anytime, anywhere messaging," said Dr. Sue Abu-Hakima, President and CEO of AmikaNow!. "Web-based email has grown rapidly as an alternative to dial-up systems and is the logical next step in our product's evolution. The practicality of AmikaNow!'s product suite can now be leveraged and users won't miss out on extending their email to the wireless Internet."
Over 30 leading international companies are in discussions
with AmikaNow! for potential partnerships to deliver email highlighting to
wireless devices through carriers, web portals, Application Service Providers (ASPs)
or Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
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