Skanska builds speed and agility with Oracle Cloud

Skanska speeds innovation with Oracle Analytics, Oracle Integration, and Oracle Database Cloud, enabling new compliance processes to secure financing for construction projects, ensuring the business continues to grow.

이전에는 사람들이 IT 부서로 가서 재무 분석 보고서를 주문해야 했습니다. Oracle Analytics를 출시했을 당시와 지금의 큰 차이점은 기존 프로세스를 하루 반나절에서 5분으로 줄이는 셀프 서비스 분석에 있습니다. 증강 분석에 익숙해지고 있으므로, 이 솔루션은 데이터를 분석하는 데 실제로 도움이 되고 있습니다.

Conny BjorlingSkanska 엔터프라이즈 아키텍처 책임자

비즈니스 도전 과제

Construction and development require a significant amount of financing and well as tracking and logistics to manage the complexity of each project. For Skanska, those projects involve countless data sets covering everything from banks to supplier materials to live project data. For Conny Bjorling, Skanska’s  head of enterprise architecture, implementing the latest technology is imperative to innovation. And enabling the company’s business users to quickly access data and reporting was important to support new and existing global processes.

There were two projects Skanska needed to implement. The first was a financial reporting solution for global business users that required self-service access to data and reporting.

Another  project, called the Sanction List, was required to meet bank compliance requirements for project funding. Skanska needed to verify that none of banks were forbidden and were not on any of the global sanction lists. With so many international sanctions and organizations in the world, any manual effort to cross-reference this data daily was close to impossible.

There were two key drivers to find solutions. First, regardless of any time saved, a solution would work only if it involved automation to facilitate routine tasks for the IT staff. Second, Skanska needed self-service access for business users with minimal IT support. With those key drivers, Bjorling and the Skanska team examined options for a solution capable of fulfilling  these needs.




Why Skanska Chose Oracle

After weighing various enterprise solutions, Bjorling and his team selected Oracle Cloud to build artificial intelligence into its enterprise infrastructure to deliver innovation.

Skanska wanted to take advantage of Oracle Analytics, Oracle Integration and Oracle Database Cloud machine learning to connect data from a variety of sources and automated processes, but with less administration to accelerate business insights.


After purchasing Oracle Analytics for the finance reporting solution, Bjorling and his team expected an integration and ramp-up period of months. However, Oracle Analytics integrated into Skanska’s architecture so smoothly that the financial reporting solution was up and running in only 17 days, ultimately providing automation and self-service without any drain on resources.

From a functional level, user productivity significantly improved. Previously, compiling data for a report could take up to two days. Instead of IT spending a day and half searching for, analyzing, and compiling data, automation improved reporting processes by 4X to 6X.

Business users are now empowered to generate their own analytic reports in less than five minutes, whereas in the past it would have taken a day and a half. Thanks to a simpler user interface with search and filter capabilities, users are less dependent on IT.

For the Sanction List project, leveraging Oracle Analytics, Oracle Database Cloud,  and Data Integration, users can quickly match more than 2,000 profiles of compliant customers and suppliers to make suggestions for Skanska to make faster, fairer financing decisions. Even with 23 data sources integrated, Database Cloud with machine learning loads all the data faster and auto-scales for greater performance and cost savings.

Ultimately, integrating Oracle Cloud reduced costs, mitigated risk, fulfilled business user needs, and delivered solutions to help Skanska build a better society.

게시일:July 23, 2020