EMS, 3i to enable SAP for mobile workforces
Dubai, July 15, 2009
Emitac Mobile Solutions (EMS), a Dubai-based solutions and service provider, and 3i Consulting, a SAP solutions company, have partnered to enable BlackBerry smartphone users to access SAP solutions while on the move.
BlackBerry smartphone users in the Middle East and Africa can now mobilise any SAP transaction using the Mobile Workplace application. Mobile Workplace by 3i Consulting provides secure mobile access to any SAP approval tasks, keeping the user in control and businesses moving.
Extending the solution to provide offline-capable data entry transactions is easy, thanks to an included development toolkit.
Mobile Workplace is an SAP certified native Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP) add-on which provides a unique mobility solution because it leverages an enterprise’s existing infrastructure with SAP and the BlackBerry solution.
Mobile Workplace natively installs on the SAP server and does not require the deployment of any extra server hardware or handheld software. The SAP server pushes pending SAP actions to the users BlackBerry smartphone providing seamless access to SAP from anywhere.
The solution deploys rapidly and leverages the secure BlackBerry platform infrastructure to deliver a powerful and robust mobile SAP solution.
“By providing the Mobile Workplace solution to customers, EMS is strengthening its position as a regional leader for corporations mobilizing their employees,” said Babar Khan, the CEO for Emitac Mobile Solutions.
“The BlackBerry solution has proven to be a reliable solution for companies mobilising their workforce. Adding the Mobile Workplace solution by 3i Consulting Inc makes the proposition even more appealing to a larger segment of the market.”
Alon Raskin, CTO and founder of 3i Consulting, said: “We are pleased to announce this exclusive strategic partnership with EMS in the Middle East and Africa. EMS, a regional leader in enterprise mobility, can provide the world class sales and support to enterprises as they begin looking at mobilizing key SAP approvals in supply chain, human resources, and financial institutions, as well as executive dash boarding and reporting.”
“EMS and 3i are uniquely positioned to provide a rapid approach to SAP mobilization which provides a measureable return on investment,” Raskin added.
The BlackBerry solution delivers the benefits of enhanced communications and increased productivity by making it easy to access email, browse the web, make phone calls, send and receive text and picture messages, as well as access a wide variety of business and leisure applications while on the move. – TradeArabia News Service
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