Do you have an Oracle project underway? Did you know that 84% of manufacturing companies experience a delay in their ERP initiatives due to B2B integration issues? These ERP project delays can cost up to $50,000 per day. Whether you are implementing Oracle for the first time, consolidating multiple instances, or just adding new modules, we can help.
Many large corporations underestimate the impact to B2B integration platforms from ERP upgrades. Did you know that one third of all the data in most Oracle applications comes from business partners─ customers, suppliers, banks and third party logistics providers? All of this data is channeled through B2B integration platforms. When you make changes to your Oracle application the underlying data structures for purchase orders and invoices change as well. So you need to update and test all of the maps in your B2B integration platform, which can be quite a time-consuming exercise.
We have participated in over 50 Oracle upgrades over the past five years. Our consultants can recommend best practices and can red-flag common problem areas. We take responsibility for updating maps, writing documentation and executing test scenarios. We even participate in your user acceptance testing programs. At OpenText we will help to keep your ERP project under budget and on schedule.
We are experienced with the Oracle application suite modules as well as acquired products from PeopleSoft, Retek and JD Edwards.
Multiple Connectivity Options
We can connect Oracle using the e-Commerce Gateway, or with Fusion Middleware, or Oracle’s Application Server Integration B2B. Our team has experience working with the traditional Oracle stack as well as the legacy PeopleSoft, Retek, JD Edwards and Siebel applications.
Mapping to Oracle Files
Map data from Oracle’s native transaction interface file (TIF) standard to EDI or XML standards. Our team has experience working with Oracle’s Manufacturing, Financials and Transportation Management modules. And we know all the popular TIFs including POI, INI, SBNI and PYO by heart.
Firewall Bad Data
Don’t let bad data from customers and suppliers pollute your Oracle application. We can set up business rules to inspect incoming data, then quarantine any exceptions, and return it to the sender for correction.