SOURCE: Cerience Corporation

May 08, 2007 07:00 ET

Cerience Announces Repligo Server 2.0 for BlackBerry

New Version Combines Full Fidelity Document Viewing With Network File Access, Integrated Faxing, Printing, Sharing and Customization Features

ORLANDO, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 8, 2007 -- Wireless Enterprise Symposium -- Cerience Corporation today announced RepliGo™ Server 2.0 for BlackBerry® Enterprise Server from Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM) (TSX: RIM). The new version enables users to retrieve, view, fax, print and share documents from a wide variety of sources including content management systems, corporate networks, email and the Internet. Users gain increased access to business information, allowing them to work faster, smarter and more efficiently.

RepliGo Server enables full fidelity viewing of documents and email attachments such as Adobe® PDF, Microsoft® Office, Corel® WordPerfect®, OpenOffice, faxes and photos. Using sophisticated document understanding technology, the solution delivers an enhanced viewing experience on BlackBerry smartphones by retaining the document's original formatting, fonts, colors, graphics, charts and images.

The new version offers the following key features:

--  Network access allows users to retrieve documents from shared folders
    on corporate networks
--  Integration with the BlackBerry web browser enables web-based
    documents to be viewed with the RepliGo client application
--  Integrated faxing allows users to send faxes directly from their
    BlackBerry smartphones via corporate fax servers and fax services
--  Bluetooth® printing provides full color wireless printing to HP
    compatible printers
--  Personal document storage allows users to save and organize their own
    documents for long-term reference
--  Document sharing gives users the ability to access and send documents
    by email
--  Bookmarks and hyperlinks simplify navigation and integrate with the
    BlackBerry email, phone and browser applications
--  The software development kit provides programmatic access to RepliGo
    Server and the RepliGo client software, enabling the development of custom
    document solutions
    
Interwoven is using Cerience's software development kit to integrate RepliGo Server into an upcoming version of Interwoven WorkSite, the industry-leading document management system for professional services firms. The combined solution will enable BlackBerry users to view documents directly from Interwoven WorkSite in their original fidelity.

"Customers are looking for ways to allow their employees to have the most current and accurate information at their fingertips. Integrating RepliGo with Interwoven WorkSite brings together two best-in-class solutions to give mobile workers access to accurate and timely information, anywhere at anytime," said Neil Araujo, vice president of professional services industry solutions marketing at Interwoven.

"Every modern organization relies on documents to communicate vital business information to its workforce," said Dave Formanek, VP Product Development at Cerience. "When desktop-quality documents are readily accessible on BlackBerry smartphones, knowledge can follow users wherever they travel, enabling businesses to work more productively and effectively."

Pricing and Availability

RepliGo Server pricing starts at $795 for small businesses. Upgrades are free for existing RepliGo Server customers with a software maintenance agreement. The solution will be available for trial or purchase at the Cerience Web site (www.cerience.com) on June 14, 2007.

About Cerience

Cerience Corporation is a leading innovator of automated document conversion technology, enterprise server software and wireless services. With sales in over 55 countries, Cerience creates solutions that enable document optimization, viewing, faxing, printing, delivery, and management on a wide variety of mobile devices.

RepliGo is a trademark of Cerience Corporation. The BlackBerry and RIM families of related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive properties and trademarks of Research In Motion Limited. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.

© Cerience Corporation 2007.

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