Infotech Lead America: Infosys said Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle ADF Mobile allow its clients to lower Total Cost of Operation (TCO).
Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile is an extension of the Oracle Application Development Framework.
“Infosys was one of the first off the block to implement an Oracle ADF based mobile solution for companies that wanted more flexible and agile business processes and had participated in the early access program for Oracle ADF Mobile,” said Ravi Kumar S, vice president and global head of the Oracle Practice at Infosys.
“Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle ADF Mobile allow us to deliver mobile solutions rapidly, integrate numerous backend applications, and support mobile applications across iOS and Android platforms through one common framework. In turn, our clients can lower Total Cost of Operation (TCO) and can bring innovative products and services faster to market for their customers,” Kumar added.
Part of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle ADF Mobile allows developers to increase productivity, while protecting investments, by enabling code reuse through a flexible, open standards-based architecture.
Oracle ADF Mobile is a HTML5 and Java-based framework enabling developers to build, deploy, and extend enterprise applications for mobile environments, including iOS and Android, from a single code base.
Oracle ADF Mobile based applications enable enterprises across industries to meet frequently changing mobile requirements by allowing developers to rapidly and visually develop applications once, and deploy to multiple devices and platforms.
“With Oracle ADF Mobile, developers can spend less time re-writing code and more time building the most advanced enterprise mobile applications,” said Chris Tonas, vice president Application Development Tools, Oracle.
“Accenture is excited to integrate Oracle ADF Mobile into our industry-leading project accelerator — the Accenture Foundation Platform for Oracle — to help meet the demands of clients who want to go mobile quickly and cost effectively,” said Derek Steelberg, global managing director of Oracle business for Accenture.
According to a recent news report in InfotechLead.com, Oracle has launched new bundled offerings around its x86 servers, entry level SPARC servers and storage solutions. These bundles offer savings of up to 50 percent lower acquisition and operational costs. The new initiative is aimed at enabling mid-sized enterprises to drive consolidation and virtualization as they embrace cloud computing.