Adds Wireless Workflow to RIM Wireless Handhelds, the first Wireless Workflow(SM) Application Service Provider (ASP), announced today that its process accelerating application is now available and supports RIM Wireless Handhelds(TM) and the BlackBerry(TM) wireless e-mail solution from Research In Motion Limited (RIM) (Nasdaq:RIMM); (TSE:RIM).

BlackBerry is rapidly becoming the corporate standard for wireless e-mail. will be showcasing its application at the CTIA Wireless IT show, October 16-18 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Booth 2102, as part of the Unstrung Pavilion.

"We are serious about wireless access, and we are working with the leaders in the wireless handset marketplace to provide a total solution for mobile business professionals," said Mark Hill,'s CEO. "RIM leadership in wireless e-mail and the growing acceptance of BlackBerry as a mainstream business tool makes it an ideal platform for our service."

Accessing the service with a BlackBerry handheld, enabled with Go America's Go.Web(TM) browser, allows mobile teams to stay informed about the priorities and status of critical work processes, and to respond immediately to new developments. With and BlackBerry, mobile professionals can receive real-time information wherever they are.

"In order for traditional Web collaborative solutions to be beneficial, users have had to remain tethered to their PCs," said Mark Levitt, research director for Collaborative Computing at IDC. "By enabling collaboration on a wide range of wireless devices, helps companies maintain the collaborative process when employees are on the road and at remote work sites."

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