By moving from Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, BANDAI NAMCO upgraded their ERP system, cut hardware costs, and achieved their long-time goal of having a disaster recovery installation in the cloud.
Decide whether to upgrade a highly customized enterprise resource planning (ERP) system by remaining on-premises or move to a hosted cloud solution
Ensure that the choice of future hosting platform results in conservation of in-house customizations to the existing ERP system and a smooth transition to the latest versions of Oracle E-Business Suite
Establish a business continuity plan that for the first time includes a true disaster recovery set-up complying with corporate policies and ensuring uninterrupted business
Advance the information technology strategy -- “Go to the Cloud” -- and its technological environment -- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) -- for maximum business benefit
By moving on-premises applications including Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Cloud, we upgraded our ERP system and cut hardware costs, but also achieved the long-time goal of having a true disaster recovery installation based on the latest Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
CIO & Innovation Project Leader, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe S.A.S.
“We picked Oracle over similar offers to increase our visibility into the vendor’s long-term licensing policy for those applications that we run on Oracle IaaS. Oracle’s engagement and the provision of a dedicated and competent Customer Success Manager have been key for the success of our project. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a robust, secure, and performant environment where we have been able to deploy Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 and its customizations while setting up a disaster recovery site. The new environment will enter into production in April 2019.”
—David Aubert, CIO & Innovation Project Leader, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe S.A.S.
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe selected Oracle Cloud and within 3 months obtained an Oracle Cloud center test and development environment for carrying out its on-premises migration ahead of the scheduled go-live date. It was assisted in this phase by an Oracle Customer Success Manager.
Supported growth in operations and business development across Europe, Asia, and Australia by moving Oracle E-Business Suite modules, through upgrade and redeployment, onto Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, additionally gaining a disaster recovery plan, secure backup facilities, and cost savings.
Achieved business enhancement goals by selecting Oracle IaaS as the pre-production lift-and-shift platform for upgrading Oracle E-Business Suite without discarding customizations
Implemented a disaster recovery facility that complies with corporate policy on business continuity and enables the company to switch within 15 minutes to the recovery site in case of a major outage in the production data center
Took advantage of Oracle’s Bring Your Own License offer for moving on-premises applications to Oracle Cloud at no cost, enjoying automatic replication between data centers with full backup and recovery capabilities, and ensuring that 11 entertainment franchise businesses across Europe, Asia, and Australia have reliable and secure access to the latest Oracle E-Business Suite
Overcame internal preferences to remain on-premises with concomitant hardware expenditure costs by reaping the benefits of serving 280 users in 11 entertainment operational units 24/7 with cloud-based, secure, and high-performance business software on Oracle IaaS—becoming an early adopter of Oracle IaaS in France
Upgraded to the latest version of Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle IaaS, enjoying once again the frequent updates and enhancements abandoned over the years, and giving staff access to the latest functionality for their critical daily work
Accelerated the deployment of Oracle E-Business Suite by establishing development environments within the Oracle Cloud in less than 3 months, allowing the secure development of technical and functional components for the migration
Chose Oracle due to its willingness to partner for the long term, and the business gains offered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for moving not only the ERP system but also complementary systems such as business intelligence, data warehousing, and third-party applications, in the future