Vialto Unveils Multimodal Mobility Solution
ORLANDO, FL - Vialto Corp., the multimodal applications company, announced Vialto Server for Carriers. Vialto Server creates new revenue opportunities for wireless carriers by enabling them to offer subscription services to business professionals that improves mobile productivity. The solution also empowers enterprise workforces by providing them interaction with corporate applications while away from the office. The new product complements the Vialto Server for Enterprises offering that has been available to businesses since 2001. Mobile professionals regularly lose up to 20 minutes of every hour when they are traveling because information is not accessible to them or the device they are using is not appropriate for the situation (for example, when they are driving). Vialto Server restores that lost productivity by providing access to corporate and personal information from any standard mobile phone. The Vialto Server application suite eliminates the performance and usability limitations of data-only access, through an intuitive voice-driven multimodal interface that is optimized for business usage efficiency. By deploying Vialto's solution for business subscribers, carriers can increase revenues and gain competitive advantage by offering secure, reliable access to corporate information behind an enterprise firewall. More importantly, Vialto makes it easy for subscribers to self-provision and configure access to their corporate systems in a simple, yet completely secure manner. "Interactive access to enterprise information has become a necessity for mobile professionals everywhere," said Ramneek Bhasin, CEO and co-founder, Vialto. "With Vialto, wireless carriers can now rapidly deploy a highly configurable solution with the first multimodal user interface that meets the needs of these valued subscribers. Vialto's solution, hardened in enterprise rollouts, is architected for large-scale deployments with reliability, scalability and manageability, and with the lowest total cost of ownership."