Monday, November 9, 2009

Openstream first to make Andorid phones multimodal

BANGALORE, INDIA: Openstream Inc. demonstrated Cue-me multimodal platform and solutions on Android mobile phones at the Sprint ADP Conference 2009 in Santa Clara, California.

Speaking about the launch, Balaji Narayana, Director Of Openstream, said: "Openstream is the first among leading mobile solutions companies that has launched an enterprise class multimodal mobile application platform for Android. Our W3C standards based platform, running on an open platform like Android, will make the newly released Sprint HTC Hero a device of choice for enterprises and application developers as it combines Speech, Touch & Gesture, Camera and Location information to provide a seamless and user friendly experience."

For field-users-on-the-move, Multimodality greatly enhances user experience and quality of data-collection -- fundamental to enhancing an enterprise's ROI.

Openstream's Cue-me multimodal platform enables Enterprises and Android developers to quickly develop and extend multimodality to enterprise class multimodal mobile applications. Developers can leverage Cue-me's ability to integrate speech/voice, touch and type as well as on-device peripherals such as camera, GPS receiver and RFID/Barcode scanners to provide rich, compound documents that are integrated with mobile workflows. They can provide features such as "voice forms fill", e-Ink annotation and offline mode operation.

Raj Tumuluri, CEO, Openstream, said: "Openstream's Cue-Me multi-modal platform and solutions are already available on several smartphone platforms including Android, Blackberry, Symbian, iPhone, Windows CE, Embedded Linux and Windows Mobile and we are now excited to be offering it on Sprint's new HTC Hero Android device. The Android platform provides enterprise seeking mobility solutions with another attractive choice for lower-cost devices."

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