November 2002: Skyscape,
has announced it will offer Skyscape medical references on Nokia
wireless mobile phones, including the Nokia 9290 mobile phone/PDA
and the 3650 mobile phone/camera devices. Skyscape also announced
its support for the Symbian operating system for mobile wireless
Skyscape software will be available for the Nokia 9290 devices
and the Nokia 3650 devices. By supporting the Symbian operating
system, Skyscape is extending its market leadership to include
the new generation of handheld/phone devices for mobile professionals.
Symbian is an advanced, open, standard operating system (OS) for
mobile wireless phones used by millions of professionals worldwide.
Skyscape has also joined the Nokia Tradepoint program. Nokia
Tradepoint is a business-to-business e-marketplace that offers
new business opportunities for both buyers and suppliers of mobile
services. Membership in this program allows Skyscape to more easily
meet the needs of the enterprises who wish to deliver reference
solutions via public and in-house networks.
Skyscapes support of the Symbian platform and relationship
with Nokia reflects our commitment to providing the healthcare
industry with a variety of mobile solutions to improve the way
medicine is practiced, said RJ Mathew, vice president of
marketing and business development of Skyscape. Skyscape
will extend its market reach with the companys solutions
by offering them with Nokias popular 9290 and 3650 devices.
Skyscape delivers relevant information in very rapid fashion,
and processes increasing volumes of informationallowing
mobile professionals to easily and naturally access the information
they need to make better-informed decisions. Skyscape embraces
the revolution in the use of mobile devices extending from the
individual practitioner to communities of mobile professionals
working collaboratively, transacting, and referring, via connections
to networked servers whose reach extends to the enterprise and
beyond. These high-value professional communities will greatly
benefit from information access at their fingertips that will
improve both the quality of their professional work as well as
their efficiency in handling the administrative overhead that
is part of todays rapidly changing business environment.
In addition, these worldwide communities are a growing focal point
of the current and future stakeholders in the medical, healthcare
and pharmaceutical value chains.