While consumers have been impacted by the deluge of apps to come to mobile devices, so too have businesses. Now, many of the technology providers are bringing to market solutions that will allow business professionals to access data via mobile devices.

Recently, Oracle, www.oracle.com, Redwood Shores, Calif., announced it is addressing this growing trend by introducing 57 new mobile enterprise applications specifically for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. With this, business professionals will be able to collect and access data on mobile devices and share with applications back in the office.

The company specifically says the new apps are available in both the App Store and Google Play for Android, and extend the capabilities of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to smartphones and tablets.

With a lineup of 57 apps, there might be something for every type of worker. The new applications are targeted for maintenance, field service, project management, supply chain, and health and safety incident management.

The apps are built using the Oracle Mobile Application Framework, which means the app only needs to be built once and can easily be deployed on multiple platforms. In addition, this framework has integration with camera and other device services, device-native user experience, end-to-end encryption and security, and both online and offline operations.

The new apps are compatible with Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.1.4.6 and are available at no additional cost to customers that already have licensed the base applications.

With the company expanding its ability capabilities on mobile devices, business professionals will be able to more easily access data while on-the-go.

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