Bottleneck of one technology makes way for another; Oracle AIA!
Ever wonder how same technology in different way eases our business process. With the little Novel information how technology integrates different sources of information there by giving us the desired "right information".
Question directly comes what it takes to have the "right information"?
Responding this query forces the organization to identify and apprehend what information is desired to fully support the business practices critical to the company's triumph.
The clog is not in developing new revolutionary technologies, as some might believe. Rather it's in finding "revolutionary deployment" processes that would move available technology into widespread different use.
This vision completely comes into line with what our experience is while working with this telematics client; we at INFOSYS didn't invent any technology. We just thought-out out how to deploy it in optimized way, ORACLE AIA.
Utmost priority for any business is to track the Revenue for any HITS OR MISSES and main challenge on this while working with this telematics client was to integrate order entry and billing consolidation to know which and how many billing accounts have been dropped and why? For these two contrasting sources ORDER ENTRY (CRM) and BILING (BRM) we used an ORALE AIA view, which was already available with client, to consolidate the data in warehouse, order entry and billing consolidation was of utmost important and was achieved there by eradicating the need of multiple iteration to track every load in BRM before final bill is processed for every customer there by saving lot of time and effort.
Once a business has established a "revolutionary" business model that works truly well, technology can then play a key protagonist to hasten that business model, that's what was done.
The rudimentary necessity is to grasp how business processes are followed in industry; a business can then comprehend how information technology can be used as an accelerator to dramatically enhance those business practices.
WE SHOULD INTERPRET TECHNOLOGY AS ACCELERATOR, NOT AN ORIGINATOR, OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS PROCESS.