Achieving The Right Mix
When implementing an Oracle Cloud Application you will want that system to integrate with other applications in your organisation.
Many organisations have a mix of cloud and on-premise applications in their architecture. Because of this, there are two key challenges that must be met. Firstly, you need to make sure that you employ an integration strategy that is capable of integrating across these distinct deployment models. Secondly, your integration platform must be flexible enough to move with the times as you move more services into the cloud going forward.
There are many ways of approaching this problem. Our integration specialists will offer advice, help to shape your integration strategy, and implement integration solutions that ensure that all your systems run together, efficiently.
Some Of Our Case Studies
National Trust Case Study
The National Trust (NT) uses Oracle E-Business as their CRM System in order to manage the transactions with their members. The solution consists of Finance, Supply Chain and CRM modules. NT required DBA & Hosting services for the CRM System as well as technical and functional support to clear a backlog of incidents, problems and changes. Claremont improved performance reduced licencing costs as well as many other benefits.
Claremont Leads Riverstone to Oracle ERP Cloud
Riverstone was facing the ongoing costs of maintaining an ageing Oracle E-business Release 11i system, as well as the potential costs and complexities in upgrading existing customisations to R12. Riverstone made the decision to implement ERP Cloud and commissioned Claremont who undertook the implementation. Within six months, Riverstone’s ERP operations had moved from Oracle E-Business Suite to a new, future-proofed, robust and scalable, cloud-based system.