TORONTO, March 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Healthcare organizations looking to reduce costs and improve patient care by extending their information management to the mobile world can now do so without undergoing extensive product development and testing, while also maintaining feature flexibility, security and branding.
A new major product release announced today by Diversinet Corp. (TSX Venture: DIV; OTC Bulletin Board: DVNTF), makes this all possible via a highly customizable and virtual turnkey solution.
Diversinet, a leading innovator of secure mobile applications, has introduced Release 4.0 of its MobiSecure® Wallet and Vault, which features new advanced personalization tools ideally suited to healthcare organizations."With this major new release of our MobiSecure Wallet and Vault, we are expanding the reach of mobile healthcare information and making it easier and more secure for mobile users to engage with rich content and media on the go," said Albert Wahbe, Diversinet chairman and CEO. "In keeping with our increased focus on secure mobile healthcare information sharing technology, this release targets existing large-scale consumer and enterprise mobile application providers. It will be particularly useful for mobile health applications such as personal health records, case and disease management, clinical trials and identity management." Diversinet's MobiSecure Wallet is a downloadable mobile application that facilitates secure two-way communications between users and service providers. It enables users to store and access critical information from a single source "anytime, anywhere," on their mobile devices. MobiSecure Vault acts as the backend server that supports the Wallet and connects to third-party applications. Accompanying these products is a new software development kit (SDK) that provides developers tested tools to quickly build new mobile applications without compromising security or data integrity. The SDK includes rich mobile client, security, provisioning and secure communication with backend servers.