Salesforce to Oracle E-Business Suite Integration using MuleSoft

Client Snapshot

  • Leading manufacturer of physical
    infrastructure for Data Center, Enterprise,
    and Industrial environments
  • 5,000 employees worldwide
  • $1+ billion (USD) annual revenue
  • Location: Chicago, IL (USA)

Project Overview

  A sales person is effective only to the extent of knowledge they have about the product or service that they are selling. Even the most “blue chip” CRM systems do not effectively provide the internal product or services information required by the sales person at that time. Typically, the information related to customer, sales order, availability, etc. resides within the internal ERP systems, which limits access to the increasingly mobile salesforce. Being able to access information on-the-go in real-time expedites the sales process and enables the sales person to make more effective sales.

Topology

  • Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12.x

  • MuleSoft AnyPoint Studio 3.8
  • Salesforce – Summer ’17


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WorkDay HCM to Oracle E-Business Suite Integration

Client Snapshot

  • Leading manufacturer of physical
    infrastructure for Data Center, Enterprise,
    and Industrial environments
  • 5,000 employees worldwide
  • $1+ billion (USD) annual revenue
  • Location: Chicago, IL (USA)

Project Overview

   In 2016, Human Resources-related OPEX were on the rise and creating chaos for an industry leading manufacturer of network infrastructure. They concluded that a switch from Oracle HRMS to WorkDay HCM Cloud would be the most effective way to tackle asending HR costs. Since the customer runs a bulk of their business operations on Oracle E-Business Suite, it was imperative to properly integrate the new WorkDay HCM system with the existing Oracle E-Business Suite.

Based on ennVee’s decade-strong partnership with the manufacturing leader, the customer elected to leverage ennVee’s deep understanding of the business requirements and Oracle applications environment to execute the integration project. Our objective was to build the real-time and batch mode integrations between Workday and the client’s existing Oracle E-Business ERP system to provide the ability to leverage employee information across both systems.

Topology

  • Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12.x

  • WorkDay HCM Cloud

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware

  • Oracle Forms / Reports / SQL Developer


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XML Gateway Integration to Oracle E-Business Suite

Client Snapshot

  • Leading manufacturer of physical
    infrastructure for Data Center, Enterprise,
    and Industrial environments
  • 5,000 employees worldwide
  • $1+ billion (USD) annual revenue
  • Location: Chicago, IL (USA)

Project Overview

    The client’s business faced an increased volume of customers which resulted in an increased time in delivering key information. The high frequency and volume of transactions would require streamlining the communication between customer and trading partners for a seamless flow of business transactions across multiple systems for Sales Orders, Invoices, Purchase Orders and Advanced Shipment Transactions. They chose Oracle XML Gateway for the integration with Oracle E-Business Suite, and to create and consume XML messages generated by business events. This would ultimately automate the communication process and reduce cost, while allowing the customer to be more efficient.

Topology

  • Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12.x

  • Oracle XML Gateway


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White Paper: BigMachines CPQ and Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) Integration

Integrating Oracle BigMachines (CPQ) Cloud and E-Business Suite to streamline the configure-to-quote-to-order process

Overview

The client is a leading manufacturer of physical infrastructure for Data Center, Enterprise, and Industrial environments with operations throughout 112 countries.

The demand for configure-to-order capabilities led the client to transition a major portion of their business to configure-to-order and assemble-to-order (CTO/ATO), while retaining current make-to-stock capabilities for the remainder of the business.

ennVee was asked to deliver a cost-effective solution that would address all business requirements and effectively leverage their investment in IT systems. ennVee proposed an Oracle CPQ-BigMachines-based solution that integrates with their existing Oracle E-Business Suite ERP system.

Solution Approach

Our approach was to implement Oracle BigMachines (BM) Quote to Oracle EBS Order Import Process within the client application architecture framework. This would enable CTO/ATO capabilities, thereby streamlining the entire configure-to-quote-to-order process, including product selection, configuration, pricing, quoting, ordering, and approval workflows.

The integration would enable the client to utilize a single set of master product data between both applications and to automatically transfer data between both systems, including header-level quote totals and metadata, product line items, opportunity values, contact data, etc.

ennVee provided a single solution for the entire inquiry-to-order process, reducing duplicate data, generating more accurate sales reporting, and enabling its customers to easily submit orders online, convert quotes to orders, and approve orders through a customized workflow.

Solution Process

  1. Item Master Outbound Interface between Oracle EBS and Oracle BM
  2. Item Master related attributes Outbound Interface with Oracle BM
  3. Model BOM outbound Interface between Oracle EBS and Oracle BM
  4. Configured Part Item Inbound Interface between Oracle BM and Oracle EBS
  5. Get Net Price (Distributor Price) in BM CPQ from EBS
  6. Oracle BM Quote to Oracle EBS Order Import Process

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Topology

  • Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12.x
  • BigMachines CPQ Cloud
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Oracle Forms / Reports / SQL Developer

Business Benefits

  • Client quotes to customers increased 10-fold, which increased revenue generation by 120%
  • Shortened quoting process from 3-7 days to less than one hour
  • Sales increased by 400% with zero quote error rates

This was accomplished by:

  • Streamlining multiple hand-offs for approval via automated workflow
  • Eliminating redundant data re-entry into multiple systems
  • Minimizing manual and time-intensive proposal generation
  • Maintaining consistent quote and proposal formats
  • Automating updates of CRM system with quote and order information
  • Tracking quote success rate and improving forecasts and sales reporting

 


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Let’s talk about real-time, field level integration between Oracle ERP and Salesforce CRM: COLLABORATE17

ennVee TechnoGroup Inc. is delighted to announce that Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Bill Nolan, will be presenting at this year’s OAUG COLLABORATE Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 4th, 2017.

Mr. Nolan will discuss the challenges and benefits of integrating Salesforce CRM to Oracle E-Business Suite.

Additional information about the session is provided below.

Session ID: 10100

Abstract: With more than 250,000 clients using some version of Oracle EBS software and over 150,000 companies using Salesforce CRM applications the need to integrate is obvious. Real time, field level integration will allow sales people to have visibility to AVP, inventory and pricing. At the same time, information from the field and call centers will be immediately available for planning and supply chain teams to act on. However, achieving this level of integration can be challenging. This presentation will discuss several options and explain how to achieve Oracle EBS/ERP-Salesforce CRM integration

Objective 1
Bill will make people comfortable with Oracle/Salesforce integration

Objective 2
People will see how they can keep Oracle EBS after Salesforce CRM is brought in

Objective 3
IT executives will give internal Sales and Marketing clients what they want without disrupting the Oracle platform

 

Add it to your calendar: http://bit.ly/ennVeeCOLLABORATE17