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RoamBi Visualizes Business Reports on iPhone

MeLLmo released the RoamBi application for iPhone on Tuesday. RoamBi for iPhone enables individuals and organizations to transform static information, such as spreadsheets, tables and reports from business applications into interactive visualizations that can be instantly published directly to the iPhone.

In conjunction with the free RoamBi application for the iPhone, MeLLmo is also launching RoamBi Software as a Service (SaaS), which empowers users to publish their personal data to the iPhone in one click, and RoamBi Enterprise, which allows mobile workforces to publish critical business information to the iPhone. MeLLmo also announced today that it is working with salesforce.com to extend the benefits of RoamBi to salesforce.com customers. RoamBi is now available on Force.com’s AppExchange.

RoamBi offers four Views for publishing a company’s business information.

  • SuperList for publishing tabular data
  • CataList for publishing information in a catalog format
  • Cardex for publishing content in a file cabinet format
  • PieView for publishing content in a pie chart format

RoamBi is available as a free download through the App Store.

 

 



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