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Winners of the Andrew Seybold Choice Award Announced

Thu, 04/17/2008 - 11:28am
Pacific DataVision (PDV), a recognized leader in wireless voice messaging, dictation and documentation services recently announced that its SkyMail service has earned the 2008 Andrew Seybold Choice Award for Most Innovative Business Application. PDV’s SkyMail service was selected out of 150 applicants that applied overall to the Andrew Seybold Choice Awards.

PDV’s SkyMail officially received the Andrew Seybold Choice Award on Tuesday, April 1st during the 18th Annual Andrew Seybold Wireless Dinner in Las Vegas, Nevada. The awards dinner was part of the 2008 CTIA Wireless Show, one of the largest wireless solutions conferences that brings together more than 40,000 wireless industry professionals.

"We are excited that our SkyMail solution has been recognized by the Andrew Seybold Choice Awards as the Most Innovative Business Application," said John C. Pescatore, President & CEO of Pacific DataVision. "Winning this prestigious award validates to the industry, and to our customers, that SkyMail is one of the best choices for improving productivity across field teams that want to reduce or eliminate "hold times" when trying to communicate with their dispatcher, call center or field office."

PDV’s SkyMail is an application that enables mobile workers to wirelessly dictate, document, and share™ time sensitive information from any mobile phone via email, with their dispatch, central office, or another mobile worker by simply using their voice. The solution significantly increases the speed and accuracy of communications from the field, giving mobile workers literally the fastest way in the world to document an event or send a message. It also provides increased accountability. Now with Locator™ for SkyMail, enterprises can enhance their SkyMail messaging, including the ability to attach an interactive map, the location coordinates, and the physical street address of their position along with their SkyMail message. In addition, SkyMail’s customized email subject lines like "Customer Not Home" or "Job Completed" can be utilized to communicate the significance of the message, allowing the recipient to act on the most important messages first.

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