Steltix Appshare for instant JDE Apps

New Appshare platform for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

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Steltix announced the new Appshare platform for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers. Steltix Appshare allows you to build, deploy, and manage web and mobile business apps, based on JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, without the hardware, software, and resources that installing and managing an internal development platform requires. It all runs in the Steltix Appshare platform.

Appshare offers ready-to-use Community Apps including CRM, watchlists and inventory management. These apps are available on-demand. New Community Apps are launched on a regular basis. The Appshare Platform also includes customer specific Business Apps including Shopfloor Management, Shipping & Transportation and Quality Management.

All Business Apps run on any device with an internet browser.

“Appshare is the future way to meet new and fast changing business requirements, without changing the standard JD Edwards EnterpriseOne functionality”, says Jan Jaap Weerstand, Director Steltix. “Appshare is a no code platform that doesn’t require any additional installation or configuration of the existing JD Edwards system. It simply connects to the Application Integration Server (AIS) of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.”

Appshare is available for all JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers for testing either on the Steltix provided public demo system ( or customers can even test it using their own JD Edwards EnterpriseOne instance via the Application Integration Services Server (AIS).
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