As the oldest manufacturer in the United States, Ames’ adoption of modern cloud technology has enabled them to solidify their market leadership. Ames deployed a fully integrated cloud logistics solution comprising of Oracle Transportation Management Cloud and Warehouse Management Cloud.
The Ames team showed determination and expertise throughout the project, and their successful transformation has resulted in improved business outcomes including improved pick rates, load plans, end-to-end inventory visibility, and customer satisfaction.
The ATCO group, a one-stop provider of integrated energy, housing, transportation and infrastructure solutions, went live in October 2018 with one of the largest global rollouts of Oracle Cloud Suite — the largest in Canada — dubbed Project Cirrus. ATCO is being recognized for the scale of their project and for leadership in driving a complete end to end digital business transformation – including Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning, Human Capital Management, and Supply Chain Management Cloud. Congratulations to the ATCO group for pursuing their vision of what the future of business can be.
GE Power is one of the first global industrial companies of its size and scale to migrate their Oracle logistics solutions to the Cloud. They have embraced a cloud-based logistics solution strategy to reduce operational costs and improve supply chain effectiveness across their inbound and outbound logistics.
GE Power is rethinking Logistics on a global scale and ensuring that all needs are met with one global solution. They have embraced the concept synchronizing all facets of their logistics with the digital supply chain.
Because of their partnership with Oracle Development, strategic enhancements have been added to Oracle’s Logistics Cloud Solutions to facilitate the Global Trade and Transportation concept.
In a technical landscape comprised of mostly SAP systems, Mondelez defined and executed on a vision to modernize transportation and Freight Payment processes. This will be completed utilizing Oracle Transportation Management Cloud to determine order release dates to maximize consolidation opportunities as well as on-time delivery.
Working within a SAP environment and across multiple large consulting firms with imbedded interests, Mondelez worked with these parties to deliver an integrated Oracle solution that worked. The project evidenced excellence at every stage and level from initiation to successful go live in North America and they are beginning to plan for a global rollout.
NCR Corporation is a global leader in developing transformation transaction technologies. They are improving the way they manage corporate performance and profitability by implementing enterprise cloud systems. NCR selected Oracle Cloud Planning to replace a highly complex 15 year old solution to make planning simpler and faster by driving change and simplification. Since their implementation, they have seen a reduction in costs and have achieved fundamental improvements to their planning process.
TaylorMade Golf deployed Oracle Supply Chain Planning Cloud on top of Oracle On-Premise EBS and Global Order Promising Solution thus championing the first Hybrid Supply Cloud implementation in Oracle’s community. They wanted rapid and deep planning capabilities to improve their supply chain performance and order promising accuracy to meet customer expectations. TaylorMade has undergone a transformational multi-country supply chain project which will enabled significant agility and accuracy in supply chain planning and order promising process by modernizing their platform, capability integrity, and ability to scale. Since successfully implementing this hybrid solution many other customers have followed their example of innovating their on premises environments with Oracle Cloud solutions in a hybrid supply chain cloud deployment.
Titan International, an American Tire Corporation, spans 17 countries and 44 locations with an IT landscape that consistent of disparate legacy systems from Infor to BPCS to Microsoft. Their environment was highly customized and required massive upgrades to keep up with changing business conditions. Titan realized the value of adopting a modern cloud based solution that would deploy quickly and enable them to modernize their landscape rapidly.
They successfully implemented Oracle Financials, Procurement (both direct and indirect), Supply Chain Planning and Manufacturing Clouds at their Quincy, Illinois wheel manufacturing facility in just 10 months. Now, Quincy is serving as a company Center of Excellence as they prepare to expand their Oracle footprint globally.