JD Edwards enterprise apps on smartphones and tablets
By Digital News Asia August 8, 2014
- Users get anytime, anywhere access to key business applications
- Built on framework which accelerates and simplifies mobile development
ORACLE Corp has introduced 57 new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne mobile enterprise applications, covering maintenance, field service, project management, supply chain, and health and safety incident management.
The apps offer a modern user interface and simple deployment model to get users up and running quickly, Oracle claimed.
They are available from Apple’s App Store and Google Play for Android, extending Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to smartphones and tablets, the company said in a statement.
Lyle Ekdahl, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle’s JD Edwards, said that organisations today increasingly need easy-to-use mobile applications to accelerate business execution and realise new operational efficiencies.
“Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne mobile enterprise applications give users anytime, anywhere access to the key business applications they need to do their jobs.
“These easy-to-use applications help make organisations more nimble by increasing workforce efficiency and allowing employees to move more quickly,” he claimed.
The applications are compatible with Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 22.214.171.124, and are available at no additional cost to customers which have already licensed the base applications.
The 57 new mobile-optimised applications for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne suite deliver fit-for-purpose, role-based functionality to the mobile worker, Oracle claimed.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne apps are built using the Oracle Mobile Application Framework, which accelerates and simplifies mobile development with the ability to build once and deploy to multiple platforms.
It also provides tight integration with camera and other device services, device-native user experience, end-to-end encryption and security, and virtually seamless online and offline operations, the company said.
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