(NEW YORK) October 19, 1999 -- Synergy Solutions, Inc., the fast-growing developer of software and accessories for the Palm Computing[!]platform, announced today that it has partnered with OpenSky to deliver mobile computing solutions to corporations and consumers in need of wireless Internet connectivity by agreeing to license its Launch 'Em[TM]software application for Palm OS[TM]to OpenSky.
Launch 'Em provides an improved user-interface by bringing the simplicity and familiarity of a drag-and-drop file interface to Palm Computing devices enhanced by OpenSky's services. Users can launch, organize, and manage their Palm applications in an elegant, innovative manner and enjoy added functionality like a trash can, recent applications list, date, time and battery level displays, as well as shortcuts to commonly used Palm OS utilities. Launch 'Em also features an expandable plugin architecture and security capabilities not offered by the built-in Applications program that is standard on Palm[TM]connected organizers.
"We are excited to be part of the forthcoming OpenSky service," said Blake Johnson, vice president of Strategic Development for Synergy Solutions, Inc. "This is a great opportunity to provide our award winning software to end-users, as well as gain exposure in an important segment of the exploding Palm economy."
For more information about the Launch 'Em and other quality Palm OS software and accessories from Synergy Solutions, visit the Synergy Solutions website at http://www.synsolutions.com/.
Synergy Solutions, Inc. develops and markets software and accessories for the handheld
computing market. Focused on customer needs, the company develops products that solve real
problems for handheld computer users. Synergy Solutions is a fast growing company and is an
industry leader in innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction. For more information, visit the
Synergy Solutions website at http://www.synsolutions.com/, or call 1-800-210-5293.
Launch 'Em is atrademark of Synergy Solutions, Inc. Palm Computing is a registered trademark and Palm and Palm OS are
trademarks of 3Com Corporation or its subsidiaries. Other company, product names and service names may be trademarks
or service marks of the respective companies with which they are associated.