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Samsung Brings Unique Business-Focused Wearable Apps and Enterprise Solutions to Oracle OpenWorld 2015

October 28, 2015

Samsung and Oracle collaborate to offer businesses new ways to efficiently develop increased functionality and a seamless mobile experience

SEOUL, Korea (October 23, 2015)
At Oracle OpenWorld 2015, Samsung Electronics is showcasing premier enterprise solutions created for Samsung’s best-in-market mobile devices and developed on Oracle’s industry-leading architecture. Together, Samsung and Oracle are improving the end-user experience by delivering solutions unique to Samsung devices, which extend Oracle’s Mobile Cloud Services and are available globally.

From smartphones to tablets to wearables, Samsung and Oracle are driving enterprise mobility and making professionals more productive. The new Cordova plug-in for Samsung developers, also on display at OpenWorld, makes enterprise app development easier through the packaging of key APIs for the best Android business experience on the market. The Cordova plug-in integrates perfectly into Oracle’s developer tools, while granting access to Samsung’s unrivaled hardware features such as multi-window and S Pen.

“As two of the world’s leading drivers of enterprise mobility, Samsung and Oracle are positioned to deliver an unrivaled user experience that pushes the boundaries of productivity in the workplace,” said Rick Segal, vice president of Samsung Electronics Enterprise Business Team. “Our alliance with Oracle is not only powering professionals and businesses through mobility, but also enabling developers and systems integrators to produce unique enterprise solutions that help organizations reach new levels of growth and success.”

All enterprise solutions presented by Samsung at Oracle OpenWorld are immediately available for incorporation into the daily professional environment. Examples include solutions from systems integrators such as HCL and AuraPlayer, which will be displayed on a range of devices including the Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Tab A. HCL’s predictive maintenance solution allows the management of machinery and heavy equipment that typically crated a backlog of paper files. AuraPlayer’s collision reporting system enables rapid entry of critical incidents so that transportation authorities can take immediate action.

Wearables are the next generation of innovation in business, and Samsung will highlight several use cases of wearables at Oracle OpenWorld. Australian business solutions provider Rinami built a field asset management tool specifically designed to work with wearables, which will be demoed on the Samsung Gear S2. Australian Agricultural Company, one of the largest producers of wagyu beef, worked with Rinami to create a wearable app that improved livestock management. Instead of carrying cumbersome laptops and field notebooks, ranchers are able to collect data, interpret in the field and make actionable decisions through their mobile device app for dramatic increases in production.

Also, visitors to Oracle OpenWorld can learn about the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (SEAP). SEAP is the program highlighting a wide range of global enterprise partners and developers to provide business customers with differentiated solutions built on Samsung mobile devices.

Collaboration with Oracle is a part of Samsung’s continued efforts to expedite key mobile application development for enterprises such as the recent Samsung Business Services’ work in the U.S. in the areas of workforce management and business tasks.

Oracle OpenWorld takes place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA from October 26 to 28. Samsung will be providing live demos and guided tours at its Networking Station @ Mobile Showcase in the South Hall, booth 1221.

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