Today, TANTAU Software Inc., a leading developer of software and services for mobile e-commerce (m-commerce), and Everypath(TM) Inc., the leading wireless application service provider, announced a partnership that enables businesses to deliver secure transaction-intensive content to wireless devices such as PDAs, two-way pagers and Web-enabled phones. By combining TANTAU's knowledge in providing wireless access to enterprise applications with Everypath's patent-pending rendering tool and expertise in rapid application mobilization, enterprise customers now have two secure options for integrating a wireless Internet channel into an existing online strategy. TANTAU and Everypath enable a company to utilize a trusted service provider or build an m-commerce solution within the business' infrastructure.
Until now, banks and corporations could only mobilize their applications with an expensive, time-consuming systems integrator approach. Everypath's technology, combined with TANTAU's Wireless Internet Platform, enables the rapid mobilization of any Web site, HTML application, corporate database or complex, financial application - with complete end-to-end security. Therefore, financial institutions and corporations can use Everypath and TANTAU to provide customers with wireless Internet transaction capabilities and help employees get instant access to company databases and intranets through wireless devices.
"With this partnership, both companies have the foundation to become the leading enabler of transaction-intensive services like banking and e-commerce on the widest array of mobile devices possible," said Everypath CEO Venktesh Shukla. "Everypath is known for mobilizing some of the most active sites in the e-commerce space such as E*TRADE, Best Buy and Paytrust. With TANTAU, we now enable these businesses to offer high-volume, secure mobile transaction capabilities to their customers."
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