Look behind the scene of mobile-enabled apps

enprovia's mobile-enabled applications like mDMS and mShop are built up on a mobile enabler middleware architecture that allows remote access to your corporate data and is compatible with various backend systems. Mobile enabler architecture runs on UNIX, Linux and MS-Windows servers and it takes just a few days to implement it and synchronize with your existing system. It has a small footprint and is easy to install and operate. The OSGi plugin architecture makes it easy to extend existing functionality and business logic according to your own needs. Mobile enabler allows you to increase the number of mobile device types that can connect and get push-notification and subscription services, object caching and thinning of large objects. The most popular usage of mobile-enabler middleware architecture is for document-centric solutions and ecommerce. More behind the scene info can be found at http://www.enprovia.com/products/mobile/enabler/index.html

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