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MedApps Wins Nokia 2008 'Mobile Rules!' Business Plan Competition Award
Date:3/20/2008

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- MedApps announced today that it is the winner of the 2008 Nokia 'Mobile Rules!' Business Plan competition, with the award ceremony held last evening in Silicon Valley at the San Jose City Hall Rotunda. The competition is considered an esteemed award for innovative mobile business plans, cutting-edge technologies, applications and services from developers and entrepreneurs from around the world (http://www.mobilerules.org). MedApps was selected as one of the 10 finalists that presented to a distinguished panel of judges made up of individuals from national and international venture capital firms and serial entrepreneurs.

"This is a great honor and a validation of our business model by some of the most prominent venture firms and entrepreneurs in the world," said Kent Dicks, President and CEO of MedApps. "The competition was very tough, and we're proud to be among this elite group of finalists, who have extremely innovative and relevant technology. The relationships that we've made throughout the competition will not only help to successfully extend the MedApps brand, but they will insure an 'A' list association with the best and the brightest in the wireless and healthcare industries."

In addition to the prizes and recognition for receiving this award, MedApps will have an opportunity to negotiate a contract for their products directly with Nokia. "The opportunity that was afforded us to validate our business model amongst this group of judges who are controlling billions of investment dollars and many successes under their belts, is a once in a life time experience, and one of the biggest prizes from the competition," said Kent Dicks.

MedApps continues to build its brand and wireless healthcare eco-system around large players in and around the healthcare space in order to bring a low cost, ubiquitous, open architecture solution to the market
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