Mobile Reach International has begun shipment of SplitForms on Windows XP Tablet PC Edition computers, the newest version of the company’s wireless software product.

SplitForms allows the development of mobile applications on occasionally connected Windows, Windows CE, and Pocket PC-powered handhelds, including the new XP Tablet PCs. This means mobile workgroups can interact with corporate information in real time, the company says.

“SplitForms on a Tablet PC provides users with a more natural way to interact with their electronic forms,” said Mark Lloyd, chief technology officer of Mobile Reach. “Users can choose to fill out forms and interact with enterprise application data virtually anywhere and anytime, without the limitations and concerns of an environment that requires network connectivity. Whether the user chooses the Tablet PC’s pen, handwriting, keyboard or voice input, SplitForms can capture the data later for synchronization to the server.”

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