By Keith Olander on Jan 13, 2015
Exhibit 1 –PeopleSoft Mobile Inventory Exhibit 2 – PeopleSoft Mobile Inventory
Current User Interface Proposed PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface
The proposed Mobile Inventory PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface version is planned for release as a post 9.2 update. It will be made available as a second version of Mobile Inventory. At that time, there will be two available versions of Mobile Inventory - the current Oracle Application Development Framework version and the new PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface version. The customer can decide to stay on the existing version or to upgrade to the new version. The existing 9.2 ADF version will remain available for use and is planned to be supported following the standard PeopleSoft 9.2 support policy The new PeopleSoft Fluid Interface version will become the new production version that will continue to receive enhancements. These new enhancements will not be applied to the existing 9.2 and 9.1 ADF Mobile Inventory versions. The proposed new Mobile Inventory version will use extensive HTML5 programming language and have greater memory requirements than the Windows Mobile Operating system is able to support, therefore Windows Mobile Operating System will not be supported by the new Mobile Inventory PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface version. The new PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface version will run on Android devices and Apple devices. Support for Windows 8 devices is under consideration in the future plan.
Customers evaluating Mobile Inventory today should consider what devices they plan to use today as well as devices they plan to use in the future. If the customer has already invested in Windows Mobile Devices (version 6.5), the customer may continue to use these devices with the current version of PeopleSoft Mobile Inventory. When the new Mobile Inventory User Interface version becomes available, the customer can then evaluate if they want to continue using the existing Mobile Inventory version or consider buying new mobile devices that are supported by the new Mobile Inventory User Interface version. Exhibit 2- PeopleSoft Mobile Inventory Operating System Matrix provides a summary of the proposed operating systems supported by the current and proposed Mobile Inventory versions.
Exhibit 3 – Proposed PeopleSoft Mobile Inventory Operating System Matrix