Experion Technologies to Present Two Technical Papers at JavaOne 2011 Conference in San Francisco

Experion will present two technical papers at JavaOne 2011 conference to be held in San Francisco, California on October 2-6, 2011. Experion will be present technical papers titled – “”Mobile-Enabling the Enterprise Workforce: Harnessing the Power of Java ME“” and “”Memory – Optimizing Java ME Applications“”. Experion will be represented by Manoj Balraj (VP – Global Business) and Sreekumar Pillai (CTO) in the event.

Session Details

Session 1

Title: Mobile-Enabling the Enterprise Workforce: Harnessing the Power of Java ME
Time: Wednesday, 03:00 PM
Abstract: Mobile-enabling the workforce plays a key role in efficiently running a modern-day organization. Many organizations that have implemented ERP systems and other enterprisewide information systems have failed to reap the benefits, due to the unavailability of last-mile connectivity to their field force. This session explores the key architectural challenges in implementing a mobile workforce solution and examines how Java ME was leveraged by one organization to deliver a cost-effective yet powerful and efficient mobile application to customers.

Topics covered:

  • Java ME Web services or WSA (JSR 172)
  • User interface development with LWUIT
  • On-device data persistence with RMS
  • Location-based services

Speakers: Manoj Balraj (VP – Global Business) and Sreekumar Pillai (CTO)

Session 2

Title: Memory-Optimizing Java ME Applications
Time: Wednesday, 04:30 PM
Abstract: Enterprise mobile applications often include more data-entry-intensive screens and more screen transitions than regular consumer applications. Also the data in a mobile phone is required to be in sync with the data in a back-end server. Due to the limitation in memory capacity for low-end devices, the application design must be highly optimized to avoid any out-of-memory errors during application usage.

This session closely examines the challenges and offers solutions for memory management issues, based on the experience of implementing a field force automation solution for emerging markets.

Speaker: Sreekumar Pillai (CTO)

Sreekumar had earlier presented the paper “”Mobile enabling field workforce: Harnessing the Power of Java ME”” at the JavaOne and Oracle Develop event at Hyderabad on 11th May 2011.

FieldMax, Experion’s flagship product for mobile based order management and a Java ME based application, was previously showcased by Oracle Corporation at Mobile World Congress (MWC) held in February 2011, in Barcelona, Spain.