Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2015
Capriza, the leader in business application simplification, today announced that Flextronics, Marvell, NTT and Symantec have selected its platform to simplify essential workflows in SAP, Oracle, SharePoint and custom-built systems. As a result, employees can spend less time on corporate tasks and more time on valuable, core business processes that drive revenue and growth.
Leading fabless semiconductor producer, Marvell, and Symantec — a global security company — are utilizing Capriza to streamline and mobilize Oracle processes, including approvals and timesheet entries for contractors and engineers. Multinational supply chain solutions provider, Flextronics, and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation subsidiary, NTT, are deploying Capriza to simplify SAP processes, including approvals and timesheet entries.
“I’ve been working in technology for over 15 years, and Capriza is one of the most innovative products that I've seen in a long time,” said Myckel Haghnazari, IT Director for web, social & mobile solutions at Flextronics. “We selected Capriza to help us transform some of our core front office applications into personal, responsive mobile apps that touch a significant portion of our personnel."
By deploying Capriza to provide employees with streamlined, personalized and mobile workflows, companies can increase the efficiency and agility of their workforce and focus on their core business.
Capriza modernizes your business by simplifying and mobilizing your critical workflows. Capriza's end-to-end simplification platform enables IT and lines of business to mobile-enable critical business workflows in a matter of days without any coding, APIs, or integration. The solution is applicable for packaged applications such as SAP, Oracle, Salesforce as well as custom built solutions. Capriza disrupts the speed and economics of the journey by extending the capability of legacy applications, in a simple and useable way, onto any smartphone, tablet or desktop. Founded in 2011 by former executives of Mercury Interactive, Capriza is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, and is funded by Andreessen Horowitz, CRV, Tenaya Capital, Harmony Partners and Allen & Company. For more information, visit http://www.capriza.com.
Elizabeth Fontaine, PR for Capriza
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