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SAN JOSE, CA.—(BusinessWire)—Semotus Solutions, a leading provider of mobile enterprise application software, today announced its popular wireless messaging software, HipLinkXS, will be deployed at the Kern County Sheriff Department.

Kern County is the third largest county in California. HipLinkXS will initially be deployed to serve approximately 2500 wireless devices in the Sheriff’s Department. HipLinkXS was purchased to provide an integrated messaging solution that would support a variety of devices, for different carriers and platforms.

“HipLinkXS is a highly secure and reliable solution for organizations like the Kern County Sheriff Department that deal in a large volume of time-sensitive messages,” stated Steve McAllister, Semotus Group President. “We are pleased to have been chosen to meet their messaging and alerting needs.”

HipLinkXS is a powerful, state-of-the-art messaging solution that enables delivery of critical messages to and from the field with the customer’s choice of carriers and devices, and is designed to fully integrate with any enterprise application as the alert notification component. Users can send messages and request a response back from the receiver, with the ability to automatically trigger server processes based on the response from the field. www.hiplinkwireless.com

About Semotus Solutions

Semotus Solutions (AMEX:DLK - news) is a leading provider of enterprise application software connecting employees to critical business systems, information and processes. With a growing enterprise customer base of more than 600 corporations including AOL Time Warner, Alcatel, Lucent Technologies, JP Morgan-Chase and Coca-Cola, extended over vertical markets of workforce automation, finance, healthcare, and m-commerce, Semotus Solutions enterprise application software provides mobility, convenience, efficiency and profitability. www.semotus.com


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