Sonata Software invests in enterprise mobility; buys US-based Halosys

Indian IT firm Sonata Software is acquiring US-based enterprise mobility enablement technology provider Halosys.

Halosys' patent-pending Unified Enterprise Mobile Enablement platform enables businesses build, secure, manage and deploy an enterprise wide mobile applications portfolio. This is achieved by building critical features of multiple hitherto discrete mobility systems such as mBaaS (Mobile Back-end-as-a-Service), MADP (Mobile Application Development Platform), MAM (Mobile Application Management) and API (Application Programming Interface) in a unified platform with consistent workflows and enhanced user interfaces.

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Halosys's platform allows businesses to have a 360 degree coverage on their mobility programmes. This includes connecting to business systems like SAP, Oracle, NetSuite, MS Dynamics, applying security and business policies, creating notifications, deploying, monitoring, managing and updating mobile applications. Features for setting up an Enterprise Mobile App Store for internal distribution and a range of pre-built customizable Apps such as employee workflows and order management are part of the platform.

"Sonata serves world leaders in ISV, travel, retail and consumer goods businesses with digital business readiness solutions and sees the Halosys acquisition as a key piece in providing an end to end mobile solutions to customers," Sonata said in its statement.

Srikar Reddy, CEO Sonata Software said "Mobility has been one of the focus areas of investment for the past 2 years. Mobile technologies are having a big impact on enterprise digital transformation strategy. We believe having the Halosys platform and team's strong expertise in enterprise mobility as part of Sonata's portfolio will significantly enhance our value proposition of digital transformation."


Updated Date: Aug 06, 2015 20:08 PM

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