By "Jim Lein, Oracle Midsize-Oracle" on Jul 31, 2015
In the frenzy of adopting SaaS solutions, it’s easy to let
the anticipated benefits 'cloud over' potential concerns. But the lower costs and
greater simplicity of individual solutions can be quickly gobbled up by the
expense of building and maintaining integrations. SaaS vendors are concerned about integration issues. You should be too.
Solairus Aviation deploys Oracle Cloud for Connected Finance, Projects, Billing, HR, and Expense Management
I’ve tracked this Oracle customer story since the start because the benefits of cloud and an integrated solution are so easily visualized. Solairus Aviation manages private jets for individual and corporate owners. Their owners want to know the ROI of their jets via rolling month-over-month P&L statements.
Transparency Sets Them Apart
Finance and projects are live now. Soon they will be joined with expense management and HR. 350+ pilots and crew will use the Oracle iExpense mobile app to feed applicable time and expenses along with fuel and maintenance costs entered via projects. All this rolls up seamlessly to finance. Owners get what they want when they want it.
From the article:
“We’re all about transparency,” Solairus Aviation CFO Mark Dennen says, including the capability to report expenses for each trip taken in a client’s plane. He adds, “It’s a big undertaking,” one that will “really set us apart.”
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