Guest post by
Supratik Ray, Principal Consultant - Manufacturing vertical, Consulting & Systems Integration, Infosys
Enterprises embark on application implementation programs and adopt different approaches to attain goals like improving efficiency, collaboration, enhancing customer experience and employee productivity. The approach to implement enterprise application has been evolving due to learning and changes in ideology and technology. Experiences across multiple large scale transformation programs highlight the challenges, paradigms, decision considerations and some noticeable trends.
One of the latest Buzzwords in the Insurance Industry is Green Insurance.Going green may be the demand of the day,
but doing so may not be an easy task and comes along with a whole lot of risks which need to be managed.
This also throws an opprotunity to Insurance providers to introduce new products and service offerings in the market.
Guest Post by Anup Agarwal
Project Manager, Consulting and Systems Integration, Manufacturing, Infosys
Oracle catered to long awaited real time end user reporting request of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (JDE E1) users, by announcing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 One view reporting in April 2012.
One view reporting (OVR) caters to most commonly asked reporting and analysis questions. OVR provides an extensive set of pre-built reports spanning across various JDE modules as listed below. These reports
are fully integrated with JDE E1 9.1.
Guest post by
Rajan Gupta, Senior Consultant - Manufacturing vertical, Consulting & Systems Integration, Infosys
Overview of Oracle Projects core functionality
Oracle Projects is a widely used application in project centric organizations and provides a comprehensive enterprise project management solution. Oracle Projects suite includes modules like Project Costing, Project Billing, Project Resource Management, Project Contracts, Project Manufacturing, Project Management, Project intelligence and Project portfolio. Life cycle of the project starts with bidding of projects, creation of project opportunities, scheduling of activities, assigning resources, budgeting and then execution of the project. Execution of the project includes budgeting of the project, managing deliverables, collecting cost on the project (Time entries by employees working on the project, software & hardware purchase, travel etc.), shipping and generating forecast. Oracle Projects has been undoubtedly the leader in controlling financial and delivery aspects during the execution of the project. Project costing (PJC) and Projects billing (PJB) have always been the Heart of Oracle Projects and are widely used modules. Oracle Projects has standard streamlined interfaces with Financials, Human resources, manufacturing, time and labor engine and supply chain management modules. That makes Oracle Projects a stable application to execute different types of projects in the company.
According IMAP Retail Industry Global Report 2010, between 2005 and 2009, the global Internet population increased from 1 billion to more than 1.6 billion and by 2014 it is projected to grow by another 42 percent, reaching a level of 2.3 billion1.
According to Data Monitor, the global online retail sector grew by 17.8% in 2010 to reach a value of $434,618.3 million. In 2015, the global online retail sector is forecast to have a value of $827,188.4 million, an increase of 90.3% since 2010.Electronics is the largest segment of the global online retail sector, accounting for 23.6% of the sector's total value.
Customers across the Demographics and Geographies of the world are looking for uniform buying experiences in terms of Product and Pricing, across all the Channels of the Retailers. They are visiting the near buy Stores, testing products and going through the experiences, looking for promotions in Social Media and then taking a hat of bargain hunters are ordering the products online
Guest post by
Karan Chadha, Senior Associate Consultant - Financial Services and Insurance vertical, Consulting & Systems Integration, Infosys
In Part 1 of this blog I had talked about how Exalytics leverages in-memory analytics to provide consistent sub-second response times. In this part I will discuss some use cases where Exalytics may not be a good fit despite being a powerful product. But before that, let me touch upon some of the other key benefits that Exalytics brings to the fold.