Coola Inks Agreements with Seven Doc Readers
Coola Inc., who makes software that transfers all types of content between the Web and handheld devices, today announced that it has entered into partnerships with seven major providers of document reader software for Palm and other handheld devices. As a result, users visiting Coola-enabled Web sites can have the information from any Web page automatically converted for viewing on any Palm Powered handheld equipped with any of these document readers.
Coola's new partnership agreements are with:
- Blue Nomad LLC, developers of WordSmith
- Cutting Edge Software, developers of Quickoffice, Quicksheet, and Quickword
- Qvadis, developer of Express Reader
- TealPoint Software, developers of TealDoc
"These partnerships are a great breakthrough not only for Coola, but also for all Web businesses and handheld users, who now have more choices to send and read any type of document on various wireless and non-wireless devices using our 1-Click technology," said Sudha Jamthe, Chief Executive Officer of Coola. "Mobile professionals--from lawyers, doctors, and insurance and sales agents to teachers and students--can now carry news articles, financial reports, medical and legal references, price lists, resumes or any other document wherever they go."
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