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BW: Applix e-Business Solution Available on Palm Computing Platform

Feb 16, 2000, 23:20 (0 Talkback[s])

"Applix extends its wireless and mobile e-Business solutions for Internet-based Customer Relationship Management (iCRM) to enable more communication options

Applix, Inc. (NASDAQ:APLX), a leader in e-Business Solutions including Internet-based Customer Relationship Management (iCRM) and Internet-based Planning (iPlanning) announced today at the DCI CRM Conference & Exhibition in Chicago, IL that it has added support for Palm Computing Platform devices to its e-Business iCRM offering, Applix iEnterprise. Applix iEnterprise support for the Palm Computing complements a recent announcement of support for the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) for iEnterprise. These mobile computing innovations position Applix as the leader in Wireless and Mobile e-Business solutions for iCRM.

The Palm Computing platform has quickly become the fastest growing computing platform in history, with over 3 million units sold. International Data Corp. has estimated that it presently accounts for a 72% share of the worldwide market for handheld personal devices. Annual sales of these personal handheld computers, numbering 3,000,000 in 1997, are expected to grow to over 13,000,000 units by the end of 2001."

"Applix... products are available on a variety of software platforms, including Windows, Windows NT, UNIX and Linux environments."

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