Intellisync Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of desktop, enterprise, and mobile carrier-class software worldwide. Its software enables consumers, business executives, and information technology professionals to extend the capabilities of enterprise groupware and vertical applications, data-enabled mobile devices, and other personal communication platforms.
The company was formerly known as Pumatech Inc. and changed its name to Intellisync Corporation in February 2004. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in San Jose, California. As of February 10, 2006, Intellisync Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nokia Corporation.
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San Jose, CA 95131