SAP Mobile Platform Overview

SAP Mobile Platform is the #3 ranked solution in our list of top Mobile App Platforms. It is most often compared to Android SDK: SAP Mobile Platform vs Android SDK

What is SAP Mobile Platform?
SAP's approach for helping companies centrally manage their user accounts (identities) in a complex system landscape, including both SAP and non-SAP systems. Access key resources, hear the latest news, and join the conversation

SAP Mobile Platform is also known as SAP Syclo Agentry Mobile Platform, Sybase Mobile Development Platform, Sybase Unwired Platform.

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SAP Mobile Platform Customers
Swarovski, CareFusion Corp., Adarsh Credit Co-operative Society Ltd.
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Shahzad Rafique
Head of Product strategy (Mobility & Islamic Banking) at AutoSoft Dynamics Pvt Ltd
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Great transaction processing with good stability and very helpful technical support

What is our primary use case?

We have implemented SAP Mobile Platform into two to three banks. We are one of their OEM partners. There are multiple types of customer onboarding. There are multichannel platforms like mobile apps, where you have an Agent and Salesforce app. From there, users can onboard the customer or the customers can do self-onboarding from ATM machines. There are multiple types of transactions. We have mobile wallet transactions, including bill payments and telco-based top-ups, or we have QR code-based payments and we have integration with third-party agents as well. With the telco companies, the… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The initial setup is not overly complex."
  • "The licensing model is a bit dated."

What other advice do I have?

We are implementors. We have some partnerships with Microsoft. In terms of the technology stack, we are using Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP, not IBM. For the local industry, we have done some customizations on the solution and that's how we are using it. We have implementations on both cloud and on-premises currently. We are using on-premises deployments as the industry where we have implemented it - the central bank - doesn't allow cloud-based implementations at this point in time. I'd rate the solution at a nine out of ten. We've mostly been quite satisfied with the capabilities of the…
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