Who needs iPLM?

Apple computers, iPods and now iPhones are hip and part of a new lifestyle, where design actually meets function. Amongst many, also Oracle is recognizing that and recently announced native apps, Oracle Business Indicators, which run on Apple´s iPhones:

http://www.oracle.com/corporate/press/2008_jul/iphone-apps.html?rssid=rss_ocom_pr

While these new Oracle apps for the iPhone are currently geared towards providing value to CIOs, sales managers and commodity managers, one could think of many applications for the average PLM user, like engineering leads or change analysts.

What is your opinion? Do we need an iPhone app for Agile PLM or Agile Analytics?
Or, are we good to go with Mobile Safari and Mail?

Maybe next time you work with Agile PLM, the UI looks like this:

http://oracle.com.edgesuite.net/anon.oracle-orig/demo/iphone_demo.html

Comments:

very good

Posted by Sharie Rawson on February 02, 2010 at 09:20 PM PST #

With Apple's installed base continuing to grow, they have found a way bring in reoccurring revenue from their existing customers through the sales of their application downloads. As more and more people purchase the iPhone, Apple's audience for new customers continues to dwindle. Fortunately for Apple, they have built in another source for revenue that continues throughout the life of the product.

Posted by Fashion App iPhone on January 18, 2011 at 12:07 PM PST #

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