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  • March 5, 2020

Oracle Cloud helps Titan International Transform into a Smart Connected Manufacturer

John Klinke
Director, Oracle Industry Strategy Group
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Oracle is proud to support manufacturing companies around the world with our agile and integrated cloud solutions. One of these companies is Titan International - an American manufacturer based in Illinois with a presence in over 15 countries. They manufacturer wheels and tires for agriculture, construction, and other off-road needs.

Titan was struggling with having legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) systems that were expensive to upgrade and lacked flexibility and scalability. They saw the value in moving to a modern cloud solution and, after looking at a number of vendors, chose to standardize on Oracle for ERP and SCM as well as using Oracle Internet of Things (IoT) for monitoring shop floor operations and inventory. 

“To better support our customers, we needed to move from multiple systems to a single platform that would give us better visibility into our business,” said Jeff Blattner, Director of IT at Titan International. “We wanted to standardize on an ERP system that could grow with us and ensure our systems are always up-to-date. Oracle Cloud Applications gives us access to constant innovation and enables us to benefit from emerging technology, such as IoT, to gain an advantage over the market.”

In less than 12 months, Titan successfully implemented Oracle Financials, Procurement, Supply Chain Planning and Manufacturing Cloud at their Quincy, Illinois facility. They are now getting more timely and accurate information with better visibility into their operations and are seeing both cost improvements and quality improvements thanks to the Oracle implementation.

Watch this video to hear more about why Titan chose Oracle Cloud for their financial and supply chain operations.

For more information about how Oracle can help your business with modern, integrated cloud applications, visit oracle.com/manufacturing.