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As companies transition to the cloud and increasingly adopt Oracle SaaS (Software as a Service) Cloud Applications, one of the fundamental concerns they consider is if Oracle SaaS apps’ customisation can meet their business requirements.
While Oracle SaaS applications deliver solutions to fit clients’ business and operational needs, Oracle PaaS (Platform as a Service) offers clients the ability to build custom extensions to fit within Oracle Cloud while providing the flexibility to meet their demands. Like other Oracle Cloud applications, custom apps built with PaaS share the same benefits of the cloud including stability and the ability to lower IT infrastructure and data center maintenance.
PwC’s Oracle practice is made up of global team members with unique industry and technology experience focused on helping clients transform their businesses in the digital age from strategy, through design, to execution.
Emerging technologies disrupt every industry within the marketplace. PwC is dedicated to helping companies capitalise on innovation by continuously developing solutions which seamlessly integrate emerging technologies within their operations.
Leveraging the number of Oracle PaaS offerings, PwC has developed the following Oracle Cloud PaaS solutions: Oracle Integration Cloud, Java Cloud Service, Blockchain, Mobile Cloud Service, and IoT.
Blockchain offers businesses the ability to share data real-time across multiple parties while increasing data integrity and security. Combining Oracle Cloud ERP with PwC’s Supply Chain Tracking and Tracing solution delivers business value across the Supply Chain Management Lifecycle in these ways:
Users are increasingly mobile and would like the ability to receive self-service requisitions through mobile apps. PwC has developed a mobile application that provides companies the ability simplify their multi-step self-service receiving process and receive purchase orders with built in controls to avoid duplicate transactions:
Oracle ERP Cloud does not provide a framework to incorporate asset capitalisation rules and does not automate asset creation with custom rules. Due to the complexity of project asset capitalisation, PwC has designed a framework with configurable rules pulling in data across sources such as inventory, accounts payable, and time entry systems.