Easy Access To Wireless Services for Growing Companies

Mon. July 24, 2000 12:00 AM by Internet Wire

ClickServices Teams With Concentric

Newark, CA - ClickServices, a pioneer of global wireless Internet technology and an application services provider, today announced its debut on Concentric Gateway, an online business solution center showcasing a collection of best-of-breed solutions for growing companies. This resource center, developed by Concentric, a Nextlink Communications Company (NASDAQ: NXLK), provides access to ClickServices’ wireless Internet services such as email alerts, reminders and personalized content.

ClickServices offers businesses the ability to have information follow their customers around the world without requiring that they implement wireless services or invest a significant amount of money. ClickServices provides the comprehensive and interoperable wireless infrastructure needed for wireless users to be able to use any wireless device (including phones, PDAs and pagers), on any network and in 12 different languages.

“ClickServices offers our small- to medium-sized clients cost-efficient access to wireless Internet services,” said Connie DeWitt, vice president of small/medium business marketing for Concentric. "We developed Concentric Gateway to provide businesses with solutions to improve their efficiency, increase their productivity and grow their business, and the addition of ClickServices fits ideally with this strategy.”

"Our alliance with Concentric broadens ClickServices’ presence in the enterprise marketplace while leveraging the expertise of a well-respected network service provider," said Sundaram Natarajan, president and CEO of ClickServices. "We look forward to using our wireless infrastructure to enable Concentric to provide superior wireless services to their customers.”

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