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Mobile Solutions Innovator Soluteo Launches Time Machine Video

New Animation Shows How Smartphone Business Apps Are Delivering the Future

MONTREAL, April 3, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Soluteo, a leader in lifestyle and enterprise applications for media, telecom, transportation, entertainment and other sectors, announced today its brand-new animated video explaining how mobile productivity apps are revolutionizing modern businesses that deliver field service and rely on mobile workers.

The video takes a light-hearted look at how ground-breaking business applications on smartphones are the next best thing to having a time machine at the office. They enable companies to speed up their processes, allow managers to spot trends and improve decision-making, empower field workers, and make customers happier with faster and better service.

"We had a lot of fun making this creative video and I encourage other business people to check it out," said Soluteo's President and Co-Founder, Sigisbert Ratier. "As an entrepreneur, I am constantly searching for ways to increase my clients' productivity and improve their bottom lines. While having a time machine would be the ideal solution, we also have to be realistic, so we offer cutting-edge smartphone apps that enable their staff to solve a lot of typical scheduling, billing and service issues." Click to watch the video >>

The new Soluteo video is part of an informative campaign on SlideShare that illustrates the numerous benefits Soluteo provides for Work Orders and Scheduling, Management Dashboards and KPIs, Job and Cost Tracking Tools, Task Assignment and SLA Solutions, and Inspection and Field Reports. For more information, see SlideShare >>

To learn more about Soluteo and how its Mobile Enterprise apps are delivering "time=money" value to organizations throughout North America, visit http://www.soluteo.com/enterprise/how-mobile-solutions-improves-business/.

About Soluteo
Since 2001, Soluteo has been a leader in mobile application innovation, producing high-value solutions for both enterprise and lifestyle markets. Soluteo applies its deep expertise in mobility, business processes, BlackBerry and Samsung Android platforms to provide advanced, open-architecture solutions that feature exceptional user experience, leading technology and substantial financial benefits. Backed by longstanding partnerships with BlackBerry and Samsung, Soluteo delivers high-performance productivity- and lifestyle-enhancing mobile applications for a wide array of clients such as Air Canada, CBC, the McIntyre Group, Radio-Canada, Securitas, VIA Rail and Videotron.

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