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Oracle based Demand to Deliver Capabilities for High Tech Industries

Guest Post by

Rajeev Ranjan, Global Practice Head, Oracle Practice in Manufacturing Vertical, Infosys Limited

Infosys, a named Diamond sponsor, will have a major presence and will premiere its Oracle specific service and technology offerings. One of these capabilities is termed Demand to Deliver (D2D) which has been initially tailored to address supply chain business process and information technology challenges within the high tech and consumer electronics industry. I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed specifically regarding packaged D2D capabilities by Bob Ferrari, the executive editor of Supply Chain Matters blog.

In this interview, I have primarily talked about business challenges for the high tech industry, the specific services which Infosys provides in the bundling of D2D capability, and why did Infosys partner with Oracle to offer D2D capabilities. This blog also highlights other industry supply chains which can benefit from the same capabilities and also whether Infosys is planning to include such pre-bundled applications and integration services in other offerings to clients as well.

Read the complete blog here.

Find Infosys Demand to Deliver Solution flyer here.

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