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SAP Simplifies and Unifies the Mobile Enterprise with Release of SAP Mobile Platform 3.0

Earlier today, SAP News posted the release ‘SAP Simplifies and Unifies the Mobile Enterprise’. According to the press release,  ‘To simplify and unify the mobile enterprise SAP AG today announced general availability of the award-winning SAP Mobile Platform 3.0. The latest version provides unmatched flexibility, productivity and scalability for millions of developers creating beautiful user-centric employee, business and consumer mobile apps via a full-spectrum, open standards-based platform architecture and one common software development kit (SDK).

You can read the full press release here.

To get more information about this exciting announcement, I sat down with SAP Global Mobility Solutions EVP & GM, Rick Costanzo, to get the skinny on this release and what it means to SAP customer, partners, ecosystem and developers around the world. Watch the video below to learn more.

Furthermore, there is more information available on the SMP 3.0 Enablement – Overview by Jan-Gerrit Groeneveld.

This announcement was a team effort and there will be more details shared. Follow these mobile contributors on SCN so you don’t miss new information.

SAP employees active on SCN include:
Michael Appleby, Martin BachmannAli ChalhoubAndre Fischer, Bill Froelich, Artur Gajek, Jeff Gebo, Jeremy Good, Martin Grasshoff, Craig Haworth, Marvin Hoffmann, Paul Horan, Ming Kho, Jason Latko, Daniel van Leeuwen, Andrew Lee, Richard Lindner, Dong Pan, Mark Pe,, John Polus, Masa Sekihara, Steve Streeter, Ian Thain, Elizabeth Thorburn, John Wargo,

External Active community members include:
Midhun VP, Shabarish VijayakumarBrad PokroyRon SergeantBrenton O’CallaghanDavid ClaveyJitendra Kansal, Jens Koerner

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      Author's profile photo Mohamed Wahbi
      Mohamed Wahbi

      Could I use the same platform for SAP B1 9.0?