Magic Software Enterprises, which provides mobile and cloud-enabled application and business integration platforms, has released native iOS and Android clients for its mobile enterprise application platform. They join the existing clients for BlackBerry and Windows Mobile.Magic’s mobile enterprise application platform enables the development of highly interactive business solutions, from a single development effort on both the client and server sides. Mobile apps can be deployed as native apps, hybrid (native and HTML5), or web browser apps.
“The fast-growing enterprise mobility market is a major opportunity for Magic and the enterprise software industry as a whole,” notes Magic Software CEO, Guy Bernstein. “Magic’s forward-looking approach and smart technology enable us to offer a comprehensive, rich user-experience solution, now also for the popular iOS and Android mobile platforms. Magic’s platform facilitates rapid and cost-effective back-end integration, typically the most costly and time-consuming aspect of mobile enterprise application development, by providing optimized, certified connectors to leading enterprise systems, such as SAP, Oracle, Salesforce.com, Microsoft, IBM, Google, and many more.”
Numerous enterprises and ISVs around the world are already successfully using Magic’s new mobile offering in a number of pre-launch projects, developing applications that will run natively on Android and iOS devices. One of these is financial software firm, SAGE in Switzerland, which is using the technology to mobilize its Prospero suite of financial solutions for portfolio managers, brokers, traders, and other financial professionals.
“Magic’s mobile solution gives us the versatility we need for fast and easy development and multi-platform deployment,” says SAGE CEO, Jean-Luc Freymond. “Implementing Magic’s technology enables us to significantly enhance our product offering and provide greater value to our customers, who require fast, reliable, and secure mobile access to their financial systems.”
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