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April 16, 2002
Businesses prepare to cut cables ~ UK companies signal intention to roll out Bluetooth and GPRS technologies ~
Over half of companies are planning to implement a wireless strategy this year to cope with growing demand for more flexible working hours.

A survey, conducted by IT services company, CMG, reveals that 54% of businesses intend to introduce new wireless initiatives this year to enhance communication with mobile workers and help them to work more efficiently. Delegates at a recent industry event stated that 27% of their workforce are currently either mobile or remote workers.

According to the poll, the favoured wireless standards are Bluetooth and General Packet Radio Systems (GPRS), which enable cable-free access to email, business applications and the Internet. Most companies surveyed already have the correct mobile communications devices in place and simply require the relevant connectivity platform to be deployed. In 91% of cases, employees maintain contact with the office via a mobile phone, laptop, or both.

"Using wireless technologies such as GPRS and Bluetooth will transform the way we work remotely by enabling instant access to real time updates and fast and simple transfer of data," said Roger Pengilly, management consultant, Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT) division at CMG.

"Companies are increasingly understanding the benefits of having constant contact with their employees. With a wireless infrastructure in place, employees can work remotely whilst on the train, bus or at an airport and therefore maximise their productivity when out of the office," he continued.

For more information about CMG please visit www.cmg.com or go to the LEWIS Virtual Press Room at http://www.lewisvpr.com/clients/cmg.html

Press enquiries:
For photography or further press information on CMG contact Greg Spears or Karin Ferro at LEWIS, the IT PR agency: Tel: +44 (0) 20 7802 2626 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7802 2627
Email: gregs@lewispr.com karinf@lewispr.com

www.lewispr.com

For general enquiries call Imogen Beck or Zoe Moore at CMG:
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7592 4000 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7592 4157
Email: imogen.beck@cmgplc.com Internet: www.cmg.com zoe.moore@cmgplc.com

About CMG
www.cmg.com
CMG, established in 1964, works closely alongside its customers in long-term relationships to generate success for them. CMG is a full service provider through management consultancy, systems development & integration and the outsourced management of targeted business processes. Our purpose is to lead in the creation and development of the most advanced IT and telecommunications services (ICT) and wireless data solutions (WDS). The combination of our ICT and WDS capabilities produces a compelling proposition for enterprises seeking to add the mobile channel to their operations and marketing strategies. We are at the heart of our customers’ critical activities, combining industry knowledge, technical expertise and practical innovation. With some 14,000 employees, CMG implements and supports applications for customers worldwide from bases in 17 countries. CMG plc is listed both on the London and Amsterdam stock exchanges.


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