Oracle`s Communications Service Availability Machine

In response to the increased demand for application platforms that stress high availability and session integrity, Oracle announced the release of the Oracle Communications Service Availability Machine. The offering is described as a hardware and software solution specifically made to cater to network equipment providers (NEPs) that require the ability to deliver zero downtime applications to communications service providers (CSPs).

By addressing the need for high availability and session integrity, Oracle Communications Service Availability Machine allows NEPs to concentrate their efforts on developing new applications without having to worry about custom building and integrating such capabilities into each application.  Thanks to the machine’s easy to use development environment and infrastructure, NEPs can enjoy increased efficiency when creating and delivering highly-available applications.  In addition, project risk and time-to-revenue are reduced.  Another feature that adds to the machine’s appeal is that it leverages Service Availability Forum standards and eases application portability to developers by supplying open application programming interfaces, or APIs.  Examples of applications where the new machine can help include those for Charging, Policy Control, and IPTV, just to name a few.

Touching once again on the topic of session integrity, Oracle Communications Service Availability Machine boasts 99.99999% or “seven nines” availability.  This carrier-grade characteristic comes from the fact that the machine can maintain session integrity for applications through various fault conditions.  By virtually eliminating service interruptions, clients can provide an improved customer experience and avoid customer turnover.

Nigel Ball, VP of NEP solutions for Oracle, described the benefits of Oracle Communications Service Availability Machine: “With increased adoption of real-time and near-real time applications — especially on smartphones and tablets, service availability is a critical ‘must-have’ requirement and business need in the communications industry. Oracle Communications Service Availability Machine combines Oracle’s hardware and software leadership, and proven service availability software to help NEPs bring service available applications to market quickly, with minimal project risk, while helping ensure zero interruption of the customer experience.”

Lee Doyle, IDC’s group VP and general manager of network infrastructure and security, also commented on the new release: “Today’s communications applications increasingly require the highest possible degree of performance and availability with zero downtime.  Oracle Communications Service Availability Machine is squarely focused on this growing market, and the simplicity and performance of this integrated solution is likely to appeal to engineering managers and leaders with projects that require service availability and have urgent time-to-market demands.”

For more on this topic, visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/oracle-enables-seven-nines-availability-and-session-integrity-for-network-equipment-provider-applications-with-new-oracle-communications-service-availability-machine-2012-03-06?reflink=MW_news_stmp

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Oracle Releases its JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Expense Management Solution

Oracle recently added to its already impressive lineup of mobile workforce support with the introduction of its JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Expense Management solution.  The new release eliminates location constraints and allows mobile workers to create and manage expense reports in real time.

With the release of Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Expense Management, employees no longer have to wait until they get back to the office to deal with expense reports.  Whether in the field or traveling, they can now input, submit, review, and approve expense reports with ease to not only reduce time to payment, but also increase employee satisfaction in the long run.

The solution comes equipped with various integrated control features to aid employee compliance with corporate expense policies to ensure reimbursement.  The ability to convert expense data into a concise and accurate reporting format helps to facilitate the sometimes lengthy processes of billing and reimbursement.  Coupled with Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Expense Management, the new mobile application also allows users to track spending with frequent suppliers and use that data to try and negotiate less expensive deals and benefits.

Lyle Ekdahl, group vice president and general manager for Oracle’s JD Edwards division, described the benefits of the company’s new offering: “Mobile applications are essential to our customers who demand real-time access to important business data, regardless of time or location.  By enabling mobile workers to manage expense reports on their mobile devices, Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Expense Management can reduce time to payment and increase employee satisfaction. This new release is yet another example of Oracle’s commitment to delivering innovative mobile applications that allow our customers to access critical business information in the format that best fits their needs.”

Mobile Expense Management is just one application in Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne suite of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software available to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 customers that is capable of running on multiple mobile devices.  Other mobile applications in the suite include the following: Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Requisition Self Service Approval (helps with requisition review, approval, or rejection by supplying transaction processing in real time), Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Purchase Order Approval (gives mobile employees the power to review and approve purchase orders on the go), and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Sales Inquiry (serves managers, sales reps, and service techs with access to such things as item availability, sales orders, and more).

For more on this topic, visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/oracle-introduces-oracles-jd-edwards-enterpriseone-mobile-expense-management-2012-03-06?reflink=MW_news_stmp

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