Infosys Announces Enterprise Mobility Solutions At Oracle® OpenWorld 2011

One of the First Systems Integrators to Develop Solutions on the Oracle ADF Mobile Platform

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SAN FRANCISCO - October 04, 2011

Infosys (NASDAQ: INFY) today launched a set of new mobility solutions that allow users to access essential functions of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications on smartphones and tablets. The solutions were developed as part of the Infosys-Oracle Innovation Center at Oracle's global headquarters in Redwood Shores, California, where Infosys is one of the first system integrators (SIs) to develop mobility solutions on the next generation Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile platform. Infosys is a Diamond level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).

News Highlights

  • Infosys has vast experience in developing mobile solutions across various industry verticals, as well as its extensive team of Oracle middleware and mobile technology experts.
  • The Infosys-Oracle Innovation Center is a state-of-the-art facility established by Infosys and Oracle where innovations, such as enterprise mobility, are developed to address the needs of customers.
  • Oracle and Infosys share a vision for the future of enterprise mobility, a stakeholder approach that keeps the customer's need as a priority, and a commitment to the mobility of businesses across a variety of vertical markets.
  • As a large percentage of the global workforce spends time travelling or working away from the office, mobility solutions help remove the constraints of a physical infrastructure and provide immediate access to critical data thus boosting productivity and efficiency.
  • Mobility can help enterprises improve customer engagement and satisfaction, generate new revenue opportunities and create self-service channels, as it becomes a core component to the business' overall CRM strategy.
  • Potential solutions include mobile retail devices that give salespeople the ability to look up product availability and pricing on a store showroom floor or providing financial services executives with real time access to their customer account data anywhere and at any time.


  • Ted Farrell, Chief Architect and senior vice president, Tools and Middleware, Oracle: "Enterprise mobility continues to be an area of tremendous opportunity for application developers. With the next generation Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile platform, Java application developers can deliver game-changing innovations that provide the mobile enterprise workforce with tremendous productivity."
  • Anup Uppadhayay, Vice President & Head - Enterprise Mobility Practice, Infosys Ltd.:"The Infosys mobility solution opens up new business opportunities for us in a strong growth area, while allowing us to strengthen our relationship with Oracle. Working closely with the Oracle development team and having early access to the next generation Oracle ADF Mobile platform, helps give Infosys an edge to showcase the value we can bring to our joint customers."

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