HTML5 mobile system from Appsian – Formerly GreyHeller gives students mobile access to information they need, including class schedules, grades, billing information and enrollment messages
SAN RAMON, CA. /Newswire/ – Appsian – Formerly GreyHeller today announced that Stony Brook University has gone into live production with Appsian’s PeopleMobile™ mobile app for Oracle® PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. The mobile solution for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows smartphones and tablets enables students to view important information on-the-go and supplements the computer workstation self-service capabilities.
According to Frances Dykstra, Stony Brook University’s Associate CIO, “PeopleMobile™ allows Stony Brook University students access to a set of Oracle® PeopleSoft Campus Solutions capabilities – both standard PeopleSoft functionality and SBU customizations – to be accessed from smartphones. We expect PeopleMobile’s design to minimize the amount of ongoing maintenance required of SBU’s technical staff. Appsian’s security system, ERP Firewall, which is embedded in PeopleMobile™, was a bonus. Used by PeopleMobile™ to detect a user’s device, it also provides an additional layer of security on top of PeopleSoft. A bonus feature is the ERP Firewall’s extensive logging and auditing of both mobile and non-mobile access to PeopleSoft enabling us to see how Oracle® PeopleSoft applications are being used.”
PeopleMobile™ optimizes any PeopleSoft pages and customizations for display on smartphones. PeopleMobile™ simplifies common mobile application development by eliminating the need to develop individual mobile renditions of every PeopleSoft page/customization for every mobile device. PeopleMobile™ leverages Appsian’s proprietary security algorithms to prevent security breaches while providing detail logging of mobile and workstation access to PeopleSoft.
Hendrix Bodden, Appsian’s CEO, said “Stony Brook University conducted a rigorous evaluation of vendors of mobile functionality for PeopleSoft. Their selection of Appsian confirms the power and flexibility of PeopleMobile™ and the strength and value of our security system, ERP Firewall. We believe that Stony Brook’s selection and implementation of PeopleMobile™ and ERP Firewall confirms Appsian as the gold standard for Oracle® PeopleSoft mobile and security technology.”
Stony Brook will be presenting a session on their mobile project at the HEUG Alliance 2013 Conference in Indianapolis, March 17-20, 2013
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About Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University is ranked one of the top 100 universities in the nation and one of the top 40 public universities by U.S. News & World Report and is included on their list of notable programs for undergraduate research/creative projects. Stony Brook is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, the invitation-only organization of the 62 best research universities in North America. The university offers 68 undergraduate majors and 78 minors, 102 master’s programs, 40 doctoral programs and 32 graduate certificate programs. Stony Brook is one of 10 universities given a National Science Foundation recognition award for integrating research and education.
About Appsian – Formerly GreyHeller
We protect and extend Oracle® PeopleSoft customers’ investment in their PeopleSoft systems. Drawing from our deep PeopleSoft roots, we engineer lightweight yet powerful software solutions that deliver real benefits in the areas of Mobile, Security and Version Control/Application Change Management. Our patent pending ERP Mobility software solution – PeopleMobile™ – automatically mobile-enables any PeopleSoft page and customization on any mobile device. Leading universities and commercial organizations use PeopleMobile™ to support student/admin/faculty, purchase requisitions and approvals, human resources self-service and approvals, travel and expense reporting and approval, and sys admin. Our HIPPA and FERPA compliant security solutions protect nearly 100 Oracle® PeopleSoft customers.
Appsian – Formerly GreyHeller
Hendrix H. Bodden