First I’d like to thank all the sponsors who helped make the show a success. They are, in no particular order: Nokia, Panasonic, Route 1, Infowave, Broadbeam, Intermec, Thunderhawk, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Psion Teklogix, Itronix, Dexterra, Orsus, Appforge, HP, Verizon, Oberthur, Extended Systems, TCS, MDS, Intellisync, IBM, AT&T, Qualcomm, Chantry, JPMobile, Wireless Matrix, Mobile Enterprise Alliance and Agentek.
Everyone who has mobile needs should check out all these companies. They each offer enterprise-leading solutions that can help your organization see improvements in productivity, cost reductions and improved customer relationships.
I’d also like to thank our partner, Frost & Sullivan, for helping organize a great event. The planning was well managed and we couldn’t have done it without them. To the team at Frost, we extend our deepest gratitude.
A special note of thanks also goes to our many speakers, thought leaders and presenters. You all did a fine job of delivering key ideas to our audience and provided us all with plenty to think about when it comes to mobility. Your knowledge and experience offered everyone top quality information that would have cost a fortune to solicit from consultants or research firms.
Last, but certainly not least, I’d like to thank the many attendees who found time in their busy schedules to travel to Las Vegas and join us at the event. The show would not have been a success without the presence and participation of these fine people. We hope you all learned something new about mobility and wireless and the role each can play in the enterprise.
We at Mobile Enterprise are already looking forward to Mobilize 2005. We hope to see you there.