RIM is basically looking for a way to expand it's already popular always on email device past the email functions. RIM wants to compete with companies like Palm Inc. and provide access to applications besides just email. With the growing list of companies offering wireless access to email, RIM must find a way to compete.
RIM to Deliver Enterprise Applications to BlackBerry
Extended Systems Inc. and Research in Motion Ltd. are teaming up to deliver several enterprise applications to RIM's BlackBerry handhelds. The companies have built an interface between Extended System's OneBridge mobile platform and their BlackBerry Enterprise Server so that customers can access enterprise software on their RIM Blackberry. The deal will enable customers to have access to customer management, enterprise resource planning and enterprise application integration software from companies such as Siebel Systems Inc., SAP AG and Tibco Inc.
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