Management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company Accenture has introduced new version of its Accenture Foundation Platform for Oracle (AFPO), which claimed to help clients speed up deployment on Oracle Fusion Middleware.
The version five adds new capabilities including integration with Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile and Oracle WebCenter.
By integrating with Oracle ADF Mobile, the new AFPO will help clients address the challenges posed by accessing enterprise applications from mobile devices, the company said.
AFPO is a accelerator that includes documentation, deliverables and virtual machine images, along with access to a team of resources, to reduce risk and cost while improving project quality.
The new version also features configuration and implementation capabilities for SOA/BPM integrated with Oracle WebCenter Portal, Oracle WebCenter Content, Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Identity Management and Oracle ADF Mobile.
AFPO version 5 includes mobile capabilities that enable organisations to deliver critical business applications, such as ERP systems, on mobile devices.
With the new AFPO, clients can take advantage of Oracle’s strategy for enterprise mobility across the company’s wide product portfolio using a common development framework for multi-channel, multi-platform mobile application development.
It also reduces the amount of time needed to plan, analyse and design portal and collaboration architectures, the company claimed.
AFPO version five also delivers a starter kit for Oracle SOA Suite which builds upon the integration methodology, practices and extended tooling contained within the Oracle Foundation Pack.
The combination of the AFPO starter kit and Foundation Pack jump-start and streamline Oracle SOA Suite implementation reduces the risk of deploying new technologies and making architectural decisions.
In addition, the new features in AFPO version five are pre-integrated to work with more than 30 Oracle Fusion Middleware products.