MobiTask - to Mobile Transition Solution

GroveWare Technologies Ltd. is continuing to diversify its customer base for MobiTask(tm), its flagship solution designed to help transition businesses and governments away from paper-based processes to the modern wireless tablet.  A recent Groveware initiative with major Universities in the US to adapt MobiTask for use by their Campus Police officers on the beat, will serve as a valuable proof of concept tool for the other 14,000 law enforcement agencies and 700,000 police officers as well as the 10,000 security companies and 1.5 million security guards in the United States.

Police departments have identified paper-based incident reporting process as a serious bottleneck in the system. Officers complete written daily logs to record their movement and activity throughout the day. They also complete written incident reports in the field which are then re-entered by administrators into the Police Department's internal CAD system. This manual duplicate data entry procedure not only wastes time and incurs clerical costs, but often the officer-generated written reports are illegible, resulting in data integrity issues, as well as legal dispute and reporting delays. Many law enforcement organization are looking for a secure a solution which would improve the data integrity, eliminate duplicate processing time and expedite incident reporting to court in real time.

Groveware also recently announced breaking news it launched a latest MobiTask App on Blackberry's App World for the new upcoming Blackberry 10 from Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM). This gives 79 million Blackberry users worldwide access to the app - and 27 million of these users represent the Business and Government sectors. This provides a massive opportunity for Groveware to provide mobile solutions in the areas of collecting field data as well as mobile ERP.  For more information on GROV visit their website at http://www.groveware.com  

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