Sonata Software Announces Significant Functionality Addition to its Enterprise Mobility Product Halosys

Sonata Software announced that its Unified Enterprise Mobility Platform, Halosys, has been enhanced with additional features that boost optimization and usability. Some of the new features include support for bulk CURD operations, calling service function from service, distributed cache Redis, data source usage logging and analytics, OAuth/SAML authentication for admin console, custom authentication for apps, Mongo DB connector and Microservice SDK.

A few months ago, Halosys was granted a patent (USPTO# 9,491,125) for its innovation on rule based notifications. The patent was granted for key technology innovations in the Halosys platform that enable users to be notified across web, SMS, email and in-app push notifications based on events matching a pre-configured set of filters, including, the user’s location, time of day, along with the data from the event’s object graph.

The Mobile-First Platform includes an Enterprise Mobile Backend as a Service (mBAAS), an app lifecycle management solution and an internal app store. The Platform has APIs & SDKs for iOS, Android, Windows, Xamarin& JavaScript and supports both mobile and web applications. The platform enables businesses to rapidly build, integrate, secure, manage, deploy and analyze enterprise-mobile application portfolio. The platform, also available on Microsoft AppSource, has received positive evaluation from technology research analysts for its integrations to enterprise applications, including into SAP Hybris, NetSuite, Microsoft Dynamics, Salesforce and common databases.  Availability of connectors for legacy and custom developed systems with key authentication and notification provisions have been found very valuable.

The Halosys platform has seen significant enterprise adoption. A leading global marketing and media company has built a timesheet mobile app for its 10000+ employees, spread across various locations and partner companies on Halosys for scalable mobile program execution, enabling the company to save millions of dollars with accurate billing and payroll. Similarly, atop general contractor in the US used an ‘App Factory’ framework based on the Halosys platform to quickly deploy custom apps. Each app was developed in an average time frame of just five weeks – from requirements gathering to production deployment.

Sonata Software had acquired Halosys, headquartered in California, in August 2015. Since then, it has continued to invest in developing the Halosys platform to be a world-class enterprise mobility platform, for the execution of Mobility strategies of B2B, B2E and B2C enterprises.

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