Bachmann Software & Services Celebrates 50th Handheld Computer Application Development Project
Company Shares Key Development Experience in Available White Paper
SPARTA, N.J. April 10, 2001
Today, Bachmann Software & Services celebrated their 50th development project within the handheld computer arena. The company has been engaged by many Fortune 500 companies to produce products for the Palm OS®, as well as other handheld computing platforms. By commemorating its 50th project, Bachmann has established itself among the leading development firms within this rapidly growing market.
“Whether their role has been behind the scenes or out in front, Bachmann Software has been a leading contributor to the Palm Economy,” said Gabriel Acosta-Lopez, senior director of platform development services at Palm, Inc. “We congratulate them for their success, their vision, and their leadership in the mobile computing industry.”
Led by Glenn Bachmann, the company’s president and author of Palm Programming; The Authoritative Solution, the firm has built a specially trained team of software engineers. By complementing the engineering personnel with professional project management and quality assurance, Bachmann has developed a service capable of attracting a demanding corporate clientele.
“We selected Bachmann as a development resource because of the company’s ability to assist us from specification design through completion of our project ,” said Boris Fridman, CEO of Broadbeam Corporation.
Mr. Bachmann has authored a white paper entitled “Going Mobile: Planning for a Successful Palm Project”. The paper details several helpful insights to improve the opportunity for a successful product launch, or handheld computer deployment.
“We’ve learned a lot through 50 projects,” said Mr. Bachmann. “We have built synchronization conduits, developed a web browser, manipulated images, ported applications among platforms, linked Palm OS devices into host systems and produced shrink wrapped software of our own. With each project, we have learned more about considerations for design, user interface and speed of processing, among other things. Since the form factor of handheld computers creates some unique development issues, we are pleased to share our experience.”
For a free copy of “Going Mobile: Planning for a Successful Palm Project”, visit Bachmann Software & Services’ website at http://www.bachmannsoftware.com/services.htm.
Software & Services
Bachmann Software & Services is a leading provider of software
products and development services for handheld computing and
wireless applications. Based in Sparta, N.J., the company primarily
develops applications for the PalmOS platform. Its premier products
include Print Manager, which "snaps" into a Palm Powered
handheld and provides a standard text and graphics printing
engine that can be used by virtually any application, and PrintBoy,
a suite of applets that allows users to print highly readable
output of most information stored on Palm Powered handhelds.
Bachmann Software & Services is continuing to develop and introduce
innovative solutions for the high-growth handheld computing
market. For more information, visit www.bachmannsoftware.com.
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