We sat down with Michael J. Averbach, formerly the CEO and Co-Founder of Dynoplex
, and now the Director of Biz Development at QuickOffice
to discuss a bit about QuickOffice's acquisition of their company and also for a sneek peak at thier new Document management and services solution coming for Blackberry. The audio is a bit poor due to the pre-WES buzz however as you can see there's a lot to look forward to from QuickOffice.
Quickoffice, Inc., a global provider of mobile office productivity software and solutions, announced last week that it had acquired DynoPlex, а developer of mobile office document management solutions. DynoPlex recently launched the first native Microsoft Office suite for BlackBerry devices, enabling the viewing and editing of native office files.
The acquisition strategically enhances Quickoffice’s unique position as the premier mobile office software provider for major platforms, including Symbian S60, UIQ, Windows Mobile, iPhone, Google Android and now Blackberry
Some of the points that stood our to us were:
- The ease of navigation, making full use of the trackballs scroll function
- Remote services such has Google Docs, remote PC connection to docs and a virtual storage service.
- They have a realistic roadmap for improving pricing.
- Real time document sharing and editing.