BeMo Project Intelligence and FluentPro launch the world’s “first-ever” iPhone App for Microsoft Project Server 2010

BeMo Project Intelligence is proud to announce the launch of the world’s “first-ever” iPhone App for Microsoft Project Server 2010 – bringing the power of the world’s most versatile Enterprise Project Management platform to the palm of your hand, now available on Apple’s iPhone and iTouch.

BeMo, together with long-time development partner FluentPro (www.fluentpro.com), have taken EPM to a new level of personalization by expanding from web-based to wireless. Now project managers and project team members can connect to their Microsoft Project Server 2010 instance without the need of a browser.

Initially the new iPhone App will be operating as part of the “BeMo Lite” package, allowing users to view assigned project tasks and milestones while having the ability to report progress directly from an iPhone. Being connected to your Project Server 2010 instance via your wireless network means that users can stay 100% up-to-date on assigned tasks and milestones anywhere and anytime. When updates are available, your iPhone lets you know immediately.

To find out more, please go to http://www.bemopro.com/Offerings/BeMoLiteforiPhone.aspx

BeMo is proud to be on the leading-edge of this technology and supporting our development partner FluentPro. In addition to the new iPhone application, FluentPro and BeMo are also working on similar apps for Android and Window’s 7 mobile platforms, making wireless access available to a wider range of EPM professionals.

Please let us know what you think and give us feedback

Thank you
The BeMo and FluentPro teams

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