This is just another example of language designed to pull the wool over the eyes of potential customers. It's otherwise known as a load of marketing malarkey.
Challenge the next sales guy who gives you that line with a few questions. We'll call it fun with marketers.
Does it mean that your software:
- doesn't know if a Platform exists?
- doesn't believe in a Platform because there is no proof of the Platform's existence?
- believes in a Platform, even though there is no proof of the Platform's existence?
- is limited in function because since your company knows that many Platforms exist, and your company built your software, shouldn't your software know that many Platforms exists, whether your software believes it so or not?
- believes in the existence of all Platforms, and will run on all of them.