Mobilize ERP Data with Enterprise Business Connectors
Certified Business Connectors extend your enterprise applications to mobile devices
With integrated ERP solutions using certified enterprise business connectors, you can mobilize ERP data and give your mobile workers real-time, secure access to ERP data wherever they are inside your facility.
The Professional Services staff at Peak Technologies can integrate wireless devices seamlessly with your ERP host using pre-built and certified connectors for SAP, Oracle/JD Edwards, Microsoft Dynamics GP and more. Pre-tested, validated connectors are ready-to-use and eliminate lengthy development time, reducing costs substantially. Or, if you prefer, your IT staff can easily modify the applications or create new ones in-house.
With Peak Technologies’ programming expertise, you can achieve anywhere, anytime access to your mission critical data—including extended, off-line capabilities:
Run your business more efficiently!
Legacy Host Connectivity
For clients using Legacy Host or Unix-based systems, Peak Technologies can provide built-in 3270/5250/VT220 Screen Mapping capabilities to interact with these host systems.
Screen Mapping can record the data entry process for various transactions, automatically generate a script to duplicate the process, and allow users, via wireless applications linked to these scripts, to update the data as if it were manually keyed into the system. Using this approach, applications can combine data from multiple host screens, add additional functionality without changing the host system, as well as allow users to operate even while the host is unavailable or off-line.
Connection Pooling is used to deliver a maximum return on your ERP user licensing costs.
Although most wireless devices perform specific, targeted tasks, in many cases, it does not make sense to allocate a full ERP system license simply for data collection. Peak’s business connectors take this into account, and provide a mechanism by which data connections can be shared among many users.
It works by having a server own the data connection process. When a device needs access to a specific data connection, it will notify the server which will provide it the connection. If one is not available, the server will place the request in a queue and possibly start an additional connection to the data source.
This process works well because most transactions process in a few milliseconds, therefore a single data connection can easily support a large number of users.
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