Latest version of mobile Document Management System client for BlackBerry brings new design and improved features

This week enprovia® unveiled a new version of its mobile Document Management System (mDMS) client for BlackBerry, giving users direct access to their processes and documents while on the go. The latest version comes with a new design and new improved features for the most comfortable business use. Using enprovia® mDMS client enables a secure storage and management of your corporate data whenever you need to access your files remotely. Once you have searched and loaded all needed data to your BlackBerry you can have it securely stored in the password protected Vault area. Vault makes the selected data available when there is no internet connection, allowing for comfortable offline data management. enprovia® mDMS currently supports many Document Management Systems and Enterprise Content Management solutions, both natively or via CMIS out-of-the-box: - Alfresco® - IBM FileNet® P8 - Scalaris DMS® - DocumentFuture doculife® - SpringCM® - Microsoft Sharepoint® (2007, 2010 and 2013) - Any CMIS compliant DMS - Other vendor specific protocols as well as e.g. WebDAV supported The new enprovia® mDMS BB client is available at the BlackBerry World or directly at  

Comments (2)

  1. MIchael Ellis:
    Jun 05, 2013 at 01:52 PM

    Any plans to make this app available for BB10?

    1. Bo:
      Jun 20, 2013 at 02:30 PM

      Actually we have the client for BB available. If you are interested in checking it out, please send a short inquiry to sales at enprovia dot com and describe your use case.

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