“Since the launch of Apple’s App Store, a steady stream of business-oriented applications has flooded in for iPhone users. Most of the developers are independent third-party startups, but big-name software vendors are now clamoring for a piece of the pie,” Victoria Ho reports for ZDNet Asia.
“Names such as Oracle, SAP and Sybase, to name a few, have released iPhone versions of applications that allow users to tap some of the functionality afforded with the traditional desktop versions,” Ho reports.
“Most of the applications can be found on the App Store, Apple’s online market – launched in June – where iPhone users can browse and download applications built for their devices,” Ho reports.
The article looks at five enterprise apps:
• Oracle Business Indicators
• Sybase iAnywhere Mobile Office
• Salesforce.com Mobile
• Web-based apps: Netsuite, SugarCRM, Zoho
Full article here.