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We spend time with the Motion Computing CL900 slate. It has multi-touch, digital ink, and up to eight hours battery life in a small, light slate.
On the Active Ink Software Blog they are touting virtual keyboards that work with their products. While I never was a heavy user of virtual keyboards, all this virtual keyboard news of late is making we wish I had a touch screen enabled device lying around.
Active Ink has put up a great video running through a full service call simulation on a Tablet PC. Custom forms, drop downs, easy transfer are just some of the items shown in the video. It's a nice example of how field users can benefit from connectivity an...
Tablet PC technology really begins to shine for businesses when it is coupled with software that helps to streamline work flow, which in turn, helps cash flow.
Businesses reap huge benefits when they are able to implement solutions like what Active Ink Software has demoed below. Using their form collection software and Motion Computing's Semi-Rugged F5 Tablet PC, Active Ink captures images real time using the F5 integrated ca...
Insightful comments from Active Ink Software, one of the early and leading ISVs in the Tablet PC space, on Tablet PCs, sales, developers, and Microsoft: Any venture capitalists out there paying attention? As a tablet PC software developer, I feel your pain.
Active Ink Software just let us know, through their blog, that the Florida Environmental Health Department has deployed up to 2,000 Tablet PCs with Active Ink form filling software to help them ensure that the places we all eat in are up to snuff.
Steve Hoffman just posted about how Union Telecard, one the largest prepaid phone card distributors in the U.S., uses Tablet PC technology combined with Active Ink's software to process contracts and sales.
Up until today, Active Ink Software did not offer a publicly available download trial for their ink-enabled forms software. Well, they have just launched a new 14-day trial download, giving everyone an opportunity to try out their excellent forms software before maki...
Another medical clinic has decided to go paperless! The University of Miami's heart clinic has chosen Active Ink's tablet PC solution to automate their entire patient check-in process from patient arrival to greeting the doctor.
Active Ink Software has released Professional Designer 6.0, which is forms designer software designed for the Tablet PC. I have been using the beta version for awhile now, and the improvements are quite good.
There was a lot of negative talk last year about Tablet PC features being morphed into Vista. A lot of folks worried that Tablet PC marketing and features would get pushed under the rug as a result, and we would never hear about tablet again.
Steve Hoffman, of Active Ink Software, is posting some good insight in using forms based software with small tablet pcs, like the OQO, along with touch vs active digitizer tablets.
We are seeing more and more stories about vertical applications of Tablet PCs. The good folks at Active Ink passed this one along tooting their own horn and rightly so.
There are several people I really enjoying talking with in and around the Tablet PC space. Active Ink Software's Steve Hoffman is one of those folks.
It has been a busy weekend of news gathering - got this in from John Hill of Allegiance Technology Partners Allegiance Technology (www.alltp.com) and Active Ink (www.activeinksoftware.com) are partnering to show off the latest Tablet PCs running electronic forms soft...
Great news for Allegiance Technology Partners, and Tablet PCs in general. As further proof that Tablet PCs are problem solving solutions, AllTP.com has inked a major contract to provide a total Tablet PC solution for the Montgomery County Health Department in Pennsylva...
Last night I told you about Active Ink’s new blog, and today Active Ink Software has announced an SDK for integrating custom forms into 3rd party applications.
While driving on I-70 headed west to Colorado Springs today, Steve Hoffman of Active Ink Software gave me a ring. Steve and I met several years ago at CES and got to know each other a bit better at the Mobile Partners conference in Redmond this past January.
Lora Heiny just posted an article about East Point Systems and how they are embedding Active Ink Software’s form based software into their own application using Active Ink’s SDK.
ActiveInk Software has just announced the release version 5 of their Form Design software. I saw a demo of version 5 several weeks ago and the improvements over version 4 are really, really good.
Nothing goes together better than a Tablet PC and an inkable form. Are you looking for a good solution to create that inkable form? Look no futher than ActiveInk Software.