Business technology major Oracle has revealed how it’s assisting its enterprise clients such as ARRIS International, The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) and Charles Taylor InsureTech to enhance efficiency.
ARRIS International has selected Oracle Cloud Applications and Platform to provide unified, modern business platform to support its growing business.
ARRIS will use Oracle Cloud to create a foundation for managing and expanding its operations, taking customer interactions to the next level.
ARRIS’s former platform was a combination of technologies from previous acquisitions. With Oracle Cloud Applications and Platform, ARRIS will unite multiple components of ARRIS’s business—from procurement and payment to product design and employee management—setting a new global standard for service.
“ARRIS is driving the adoption of cloud technology in our own industry to accelerate innovation in internet and video services, so we recognize Oracle Cloud’s power to improve efficiency, scale, and speed for our customers on a global level,” said Phil Baldock, chief information officer, ARRIS.
Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud will equip ARRIS with insightful and actionable data to manage its workforce for positive and consistent employee experience.
Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning Cloud and Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud will offer consolidated view of business operations to enable data-driven strategic decision making, lower costs, and reduce IT complexity.
Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud will offer business solutions to assist in launching products faster, while offering real-time insight into day-to-day logistics, procurement, and fleet management.
ARRIS is also using Oracle Cloud Platform services — Oracle Integration Cloud and Oracle Data Integrator Cloud — as the foundation for its new integration platform.
NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA), an Arm’s Length Body of the UK Department of Health that provides services to the NHS and its patients, has improved patient care since implementing Oracle Exadata in 2015.
The new technology and processes have also helped enable the NHSBSA to create £581 million of savings for the NHS to put back into patient care.
NHSBSA using Oracle Exadata provided data to NHS and other clients such as Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to make better-informed treatment decisions for patients.
“Oracle Exadata has helped us make major headway so far, and we continue to uncover new ways to advise the wider NHS on improving the care it provides to patients each day,” said Nina Monckton, chief insight officer at the NHSBSA.
The ability to manipulate and draw insight from patient data has also helped the NHSBSA to manage prescriptions more securely and fight the pressing issue of anti-microbial resistance. By providing accurate, reliable data back to clinicians and policy makers it has enabled antibiotic prescribing to be reduced by 7 percent.
Charles Taylor InsureTech (InsureTech), the technology business of Charles Taylor, a provider of professional services to the global insurance industry, has selected Oracle Cloud to run its core insurance platform.
Oracle’s PaaS will support Charles Taylor InsureTech to develop an insurance solution that combines its industry expertise and understanding about insurance companies.