Oracle Process Accelerators address horizontal and industry-specific process requirements for common and repeatable business process patterns, such as employee on-boarding and invoice processing.
By delivering embedded best practices and built-in efficiencies, Oracle Process Accelerators allow customers to speed deployment times and improve IT and business efficiency at reduced risk.
Industry and Horizontal Accelerators Accelerate the Value of Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g
Oracle Process Accelerators enable users to react quickly to new business requirements. Initial industry and horizontal Oracle Process Accelerators include:
Public Sector: Incident Reporting of unusual events or policy deviations with full audit capability.
Horizontal: Travel Request Management for automated and multi-level rule based workflow and Document Approval for managing standard or one-of-a-kind documents.
“Most organizations use common processes to manage internal functions, such as employee on-boarding. However, building custom business processes can be costly and time consuming,” said Michael Weingartner, vice president, Product Development, Oracle. “Extending Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g with pre-built Oracle Process Accelerators enables customers to increase the value of business processes and speed time-to-value and increase user productivity.”
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