ennVee partners with an industry-leading manufacturer to solidify partner loyalty by creating an exclusive, interactive “Technician Portal”, where registered technicians can provide feedback and inputs that benefit the greater partner community.
- Industry-leading manufacturer and supplier of brake system components
- 5,100 employees worldwide
- $550 million (USD) annual revenue
- Location: Chicago, IL (USA)
The client’s primary objective was to create a portal that would provide relevant information to registered technicians, and a reward system to encourage them to utilize the system. This secure, access-controlled “Technician Center” Portal would be the nerve center for product and part information, and ultimately help solidify partner loyalty. Continue reading “Client Case Study: Technician Center Portal”
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ennVee uses an internal employee time sheet system that was designed and built on the NetSuite ERP platform. We decided to build the NetSuite to Tableau integration using MuleSoft. As a result, our analysis and reporting capabilities were significantly enhanced.
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Naperville, IL, June 16, 2017 – ennVee TechnoGroup Inc announced that Joseph Bong has joined the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Bong, 52, brings over 28 years of experience in Business Development, Client Management, Sales Leadership, Mergers and Acquisitions and Expansion. Joe has previously held titles of President, Vice President, Partner and Director of Global Sales. Mr. Bong has been instrumental with several companies in their explosive growth including WhittmanHart, starting with 200 employees and contributing to the growth to 4800 employees across 21 offices in the US and Europe. Continue reading “ennVee Appoints Joseph Bong as Vice President of Sales and Marketing”
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If you use the Oracle Developer Tools suite, Oracle E-Business Suite, or Banner ERP, you’re probably familiar with Discoverer, Oracle’s 20-year-old, ad-hoc querying and analysis reporting tool. Prior to announcing the official end of life for Discoverer on June 30, 2017, Oracle has been transparent about its strategic direction for business intelligence, which focuses on two platforms; Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) and Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS).
Numerous reporting tools have been introduced and matured since Discoverer reached its apex. As self-service reporting becomes industry standard, it’s imperative to select a the right replacement for Oracle Discoverer that addresses business needs, is cost-effective, eliminates “shadow BI” projects, and provides an optimal migration path that maximizes the investments made in Discoverer. Continue reading “Replacing Oracle Discoverer and Leveraging Automation”