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Halosys launches new Platform features, Pre-built connectors and an Enterprise AppCenter

Sonata Software announced that its Enterprise Mobility Platform, Halosys, launched significant enhancements and new features that will unlock its customer’s digital business potential. The platforms new features now support:

A SAP HANAconnector which enables rapid connectivity with SAP HANA. Halosys already has pre-built connectors for SAP, Hybris, Oracle, Salesforce & NetSuite and protocol aware connectors for any legacy system, database or cloud application.

Pre-Built Connectors to Microsoft Dynamics AX7 and AX2012 have been added, enabling quick and optimized connectivity with backend systems.

Availability on Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure enables customers looking for on premise or private deployment. Halosys on AzureAppGallery provides a seamless authentication with Azure AD via SAML helping companies to expedite building and managing Mobile & web apps by leveraging their existing infrastructure.

Enterprise AppCenter includes a low code App Builder for Rapid app development (beta) and pre-built Enterprise mobile solutions for Retail, Distribution & Manufacturing companies for private app deployments.

These enhancements to the Halosys “Enterprise Mobility Platform” help conquer top mobility challenges faced by enterprises:

·         Reducing cost & increasing the speed of development

·         Seamless connectivity to multiple systems including legacy and home grown environments

·         Holistic & consistent experience across mobile & web channels

·         Deployment of applications to customers, partners, employees and vendors

Speaking of the advancements to Halosys, Avinash Harsh, Global Mobility Head at Sonata Software and Co-founder of Halosys said ‘These advancements to our platform will enable enterprises to keep pace with the new technology and to have the right mobile infrastructure. Our constant effort is to increase productivity, reduce cost and provide the best value possible to enterprises to make their mobility programs streamlined, scalable and less challenging.’

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