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Five Ideas: The Power of Mobile


July 2014

Since December 2013, Oracle has significantly expanded its offerings for enterprise mobility, releasing two new products: Oracle Mobile Suite and Oracle Mobile Security Suite. The combined power of these two products simplifies enterprise mobility, enabling customers to create an agile, multichannel front-end mobile experience while still providing enterprise-grade mobile management, security, and integration.

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Here, learn more about Oracle’s commitment to mobile, and what forward-thinking business leaders need to keep in mind as the definition of mobile computing continues to rapidly expand.

“With mobility, it’s all about speed and efficiency. A manager can be on the road—for business or personal travel—and use his device to see enough information to be comfortable with the numbers, and quickly make an approval.” —Matthew Bradley, Senior Vice President of Product Development for EPM Applications, Oracle

“The mobility story is more than a smart phone connected to the web. It involves data mobility and the idea of safe and secure data transfer any time, any place, on any device.” —Ravi Puri, Senior Vice President, North America Oracle Consulting Services

“Innovative companies are using mobile to really transform the way they do business and interact with customers. Employees are using applications to actually quote and sign for a deal in the field or moving point of sale from behind the register to out onto the sales floor. The same consumer devices are being used to access customer-facing applications over the internet—everything from banking and retail applications to personal health records.”—Amit Jasuja, Senior Vice President of Product Development for Oracle's Java, Mobile Security, and Identity Management

“When you say ‘mobile computing,’ most people think of smartphones and tablets. But there is a much broader category of mobile devices within the Internet of Things. There are billions of intelligent endpoints connected via cellular, Wi-Fi, barcode scanners, and other types of network communications.”—Suhas Uliyar, Vice President of Mobile Strategy Product Management, Oracle

“Rather than building separate integration platforms for cloud computing, mobile initiatives, and IoT, companies are best served by a single integration platform that can unify the unique requirements of these different areas, as well as address the ongoing needs for on-premises application integration.” —Bruce Tierney, Senior Principal Product Marketing Director, Oracle Fusion Middleware

 
 
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