OKI Mobile Biz platform package, targeted at enterprise clients, announces J2EE supporting system for Windows Mobile [J] http://bit.ly/3TmcT
Oki Electric Industry (OKI) put package software products “MoBiz Platform” and maintenance business use application for the business application corresponding to the Windows Mobile environment “MoBiz AP for CE supporting system” on the market on August 31.
MoBiz Platform is composed of application package “MoBiz AP” series that operates on development, execution base middleware group “MoBiz Platform”, and the same platform of the business application. The MoBiz AP for CE supporting system is the first step product of the MoBiz AP series.
The development framework of J2EE is adopted in MoBiz Platform, and the business application development for a smart phone using the skill of Java can be done. The [ui;jetto] function based on the browser engine is offered to the terminal side, and easy operativeness using GUI is achieved.
The MoBiz AP for CE supporting system offers the business report and work the content confirmation of the site and functions of the transmission of the visit schedule etc. , the work progress, and the report at the present place, etc. with the headquarters for customer engineer (CE) with a lot of business outside the company etc.It is said that it comes to be able to exchange these information smoothly by using a smart phone and the cellular phone network. OKI [kasutamaadotekku] began introducing for CE of about 1200 people.
OS of a smart phone is Microsoft Windows Mobile 6/6.1. ..confirming the operation.. model is T-01A, and X01T X05HT, HT-01A made of HTC, and made by Toshiba. MoBiz Platform becomes the reference price and the MoBiz AP for CE supporting system becomes 4.2 million yen (For , 110-user environment) from 15 million yen (At excluding tax, 100 terminals, and one server compositions).
Sales of 20 sets will be expected with MoBiz Platform in three years in 50 sets and the MoBiz AP for CE supporting systems in this company in the future. Via Yahoo! News.