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Oracle Prime Field App 18.9.3 (Release date:  Oct 10, 2018) is ready for download!  In Prime Projects, the Get Mobile Apps page includes links to download the apps. Select your username in the header, and then select Get Mobile Apps.   The Get Mobile Apps page also shows a QR code that you can scan with your device to quickly log on in the mobile apps.  Or, simply click here. 

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system is designed to scale and evolve to be a fully fledged
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Oracle Prime Field App 18.9.4 (Release date:  October 18, 2018) is ready for download!  In Prime Projects, the Get Mobile Apps page includes links to download the apps. Select your username in the header, and then select Get Mobile Apps.   The Get Mobile Apps page also shows a QR code that you can scan with your device to quickly log on in the mobile apps.  Or, simply click here. 

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