WEM

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AcronymDefinition
WEMWells (Amtrak station code; Wells, ME)
WEMWest Edmonton Mall
WEMWholesale Electricity Market
WEMWeb Experience Management (Adobe Systems Incorporated)
WEMWindows Element Manager
WEMWorld Econo Move (Japan)
WEMWater and Energy Management (various organizations)
WEMWorkplace Education Manitoba (Canada)
WEMWorld Education Market
WEMWayne E Meyer (US Navy)
WEMWest End Motors (est. 1947; various locations)
WEMWatkins Electric Music
WEMWinning E-Mail (prizes)
WEMWave Equation Migration
WEMWomen's Energy Matters
WEMWomen's Educational Media
WEMWorkshop in Emergency Management
WEMWhat Ever Minga
WEMWisconsin Electrical Manufacturing Company, Inc.
WEMWrite Efficient Memory
WEMWeapons Engineering Mechanic (Royal Navy UK)
WEMWireless Element Manager (Alcatel, France)
WEMWireless E-Mail Application (Apex)
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He also has served successfully in various leading positions such as President and CEO of Inciscent, where he created and launched "SkyBox Mail," the first wireless e-mail application to allow users to open and view file attachments from popular software programs on a handheld mobile device.
Tricastmedia, founded in 2005 with a vision to improve the way we work with wireless technology, provides a powerful wireless e-mail application called TRICAST MAIL(TM).
Its wireless e-mail application, Tricast Mail, is widely regarded as the technological and market leader winning the highest industry honors and much acclaim from major publications.
Cutting Edge Software and Corsoft Corporation are pleased to announce that Cutting Edge Software's Quickoffice(TM) productivity suite for Palm Powered(TM) handheld computers is now supported by Corsoft's Aileron(TM) wireless e-mail application.
Number of Users of Wireless E-mail Application Reaches 20,000,
4 wireless e-mail application for the Palm VII is now the number one most downloaded application from Palm.
Use Documents To Go along with popular wireless e-mail applications such as VersaMail or SnapperMail to send and receive real Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files as e-mail attachments.
According to Accenture (formerly Arthur Andersen), revenues for wireless e-mail applications in Europe are expected to reach $7 billion by 2004.
By using ThinAir technology, we can offer secure and powerful wireless e-mail applications for our wireless enterprise customers.
A common mail account for both traditional and wireless e-mail applications reduces software and hardware costs for these increasingly popular business communications services.
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