Dashwire’s Dashworks platform (PDF) is a “mobile-plus-web app” solution that helps people setup their phones, migrate from one device to another, backup everything on the phone, keep it in sync online and share photos and videos with others through social networking services.
The platform is available for Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian and BlackBerry.
Dashwire is privately held and based in Seattle. According to its about page, the company is backed by investors who “built the wireless and technology industries” at McCaw Cellular, Western Wireless, Voicestream, Nextel, China Unicom, and Microsoft; and by Best Buy Capital.
Founder and CEO of Dashwire is Ford Davidson, a former Product Manager in the Mobile Devices group at Microsoft.
Dashwire offers the industry leading mobile-web connected services platform for mobile operators, device makers and retailers to seamlessly deliver a new generation of real-time consumer, social and device management software services on open mobile phones. Today the company supports BlackBerry, S60 and Windows Mobile, which represent approximately 75% of the smartphones being sold in the market. Android support is scheduled for Q1 2010.