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Default Cerience Announces RepliGo Server 3.0 for BlackBerry

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ORLANDO, FL- Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2008 -- Cerience Corporation today announced RepliGo™ Server 3.0, the latest release of its market-leading document management software for BlackBerry® Enterprise Server from Research in Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM) (TSX: RIM). RepliGo Server provides full fidelity document viewing on BlackBerry® smartphones and enables users to search, access and print enterprise content from a wide variety of sources. A preview version of RepliGo Server will be demonstrated at booth #601 during the Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2008.
The new version offers the following key features:

Search and access of enterprise documents stored on company networks,
Microsoft® SharePoint®, Microsoft Exchange and WebDAV servers
Printing of documents on shared network printers and an expanded list
of Bluetooth® enabled devices
Wireless downloading of content in its original format or in RepliGo
format, enabling entire documents to be stored on memory cards and accessed at the user's convenience
Enhanced administration including group management, complete control
over document access and security, and support for multiple administrators
Improved RepliGo client software with thumbnail views and on-device searching
"Companies are realizing the immense value of keeping their users connected with information, especially in situations where all they have is a BlackBerry smartphone," said Dave Formanek, Vice President of Product Development at Cerience. "RepliGo Server 3.0 represents a single solution that puts information to work, regardless of where it's located within the enterprise."

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 is expected to release in the third quarter of 2008
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