"Enterprise software company SAP AG and Japanese electronics
giant Sharp have teamed up in order to build applications that
deliver real-time data across corporate networks to smaller mobile
"The applications will be designed using open source operating
system Linux and Java-based programming protocols, in an expansion
of the companies' support for non-Windows-based software and
"SAP and Sharp said they would be targeting CRM (customer
relationship management) systems intended for mobile workers, such
as sales personnel and service technicians who work outside of the
office. While laptop computers have historically been used to
handle such services, the move now is to enable smaller mobile
terminal devices for these purposes, the companies said..."
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