Web 2.0 meets Instant Messaging, Video and Moderated Celebrity Chat

July 31, 2007 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Web 2.0 

EarlySail has just concluded an exciting product offering for a leading TV network and entertainment studio in the US that integrates Web 2.0 practices with multi-media Instant Messaging and Group Chat.

Using nothing else but their web browsers, fans of popular TV shows and movies are able to simultaneously watch online video, chat with each other, and engage celebrities and special guests by means of a moderated Question and Answer session.

Ask us how we can help your company engage your online customers.

RIM Blackberry Mobile RSS News Reader

March 31, 2007 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Blackberry, Wireless 

Earlysail is busy delivering a product for one of our customers that will enable optimized access to RSS/Web Feed Aggregators from a Blackberry device. The product will have attention management features and end user activity on the mobile device will be synchronized with similar activity from other devices.

Users on mobile devices can be alerted when new items appear on subscribed feeds.

EarlySails RSS News Reader for BlackBerry

EarlySail's RSS News Reader for BlackBerry

Web 2.0 meets Real Estate Search

February 20, 2007 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: AJAX, Portals 

Earlysail is proud to have assisted a key customer’s Web 2.0 foray by launching an AJAX-based portal designed to streamline the Real Estate search experience.


The destination site builds on productivity techniques like predictive search and encourages user feedback on every page. The mashup aggregates search results of suitable properties, maps them via Google Maps, and displays property images via a slide show – all in one place. Search criteria for properties can be dynamically modified using sliders and the entire result set changes in place.

Ask us how we can bring your Web 2.0 ideas to life.

EarlySail delivers Mobile Publishing Solutions

June 24, 2006 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Uncategorized 

Earlysail is busy delivering a product that enables our customers to publish urgent bulletins using mobile devices while they are out in the field. This product will be supported on the RIM Blackberry, several Pocket PC based devices, and the Palm Treo.

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The solution makes extensive use of xHTML. Authentication is provided using SSO (single sign-on). An audit trail is provided for compliance reasons. Key features include robustness, and real-time feedback of the bulletin’s delivery and subsequent tallying of read-receipts from targeted end users who may be wired or wireless.

All this in a few seconds from the publisher’s mobile device! Ask us how we can make your field communications faster and your staff more productive