A dramatic decrease in demand in 2009 spurred Hong Kong–based global container shipping and logistics company Orient Overseas Container Line Limited (OOCL) to look for new ways enterprise technology could deliver a competitive advantage. Learn how Java and Oracle SOA technologies helped transform OOCL’s enterprise applications infrastructure.
Don’t Call it a Comeback, by Aaron Lazenby It may not be business as usual in the wake of the “global economic crisis,” but this issue of Profit features companies that found ways to improve operations in the face of adversity.
Real-Time Supply Chain, by Stuart Roy Oracle’s senior director of industry strategy and insight says compressed timescales and complex supplier relationships are creating new opportunities for supply chain organizations.
Gathering Clouds How does Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud advance data center consolidation efforts? Plus, a new version of Oracle Office, and Oracle and SunLabs launch the Oracle Health Sciences Institute.
Building on Success, by Carol Hildebrand Hill International takes Primavera-based project management to new heights.
Project Green, by Carol Hildebrand Shawn Pressley, vice president of project management systems and development at Hill International, talked to Profit about how going green affects project management.
Project: Management, by Aaron Lazenby Executives in many industries are looking to project management practices to deliver value to their organizations.
Critical Path, by Kristy Tan Neckowitz Longtime Primavera executive and Oracle vice president says engaged users are essential to building a strong global community.
Project Management Culture, by Alison Weiss Primavera Australia makes project management a part of “the Leighton Way.” Plus, Milestone Project Management Solutions helps the Costain Group get a clearer view of project uncertainties.
Risky Business, by Alison Weiss Managers have to do their best to anticipate business disruptions —and plan for unforeseen events.
Spring Forward, by Aaron Lazenby Primavera cofounder Dick Faris recounts the early innovations of the project management software—and sees continued growth with Oracle.