Wednesday Oct 23, 2013

Today's Well Connected Companies

Statoil Fuel & Retail and their partner, L&T Infotech, our recent winner of the Oracle Excellence Award for Fusion Middleware Innovation in the WebCenter category is featured this month in Profit Magazine's November Issues of both print and online versions. The online version has significantly more detail about their "Connect" project

Statoil Fuel & Retail is a leading Scandinavian road transport fuel retailer that operates in 8 different countries and delivers aviation fuel at 85 airports. The company produces and sells 750 different lubricant products for B2B and B2C customers. Statoil won the 2013 Oracle Excellence Award for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation: Oracle WebCenter based on a stellar Oracle implementation, created with implementation partner L&T Infotech, which used Oracle’s JD Edwards and Oracle Fusion Middleware to replace and consolidate 10 SAP portals into a single, integrated, personalized enterprise portal for partners, station managers, and support staff. Utilizing Oracle WebCenter Portal, Oracle WebCenter Content, Oracle Identity Management, Oracle SOA Suite, JD Edwards applications, and Oracle CRM On Demand, Statoil is now able to offer a completely redesigned portal for an easy and user-friendly web experience, delivering a fast, secure, robust, and scalable solution that will help the company remain competitive in its industry. The solution has increased Statoil Fuel & Retail’s web footprint and expanded its online business.

Read the complete article for the full story of Statoil Fuel & Retail's implementation of Oracle Fusion Middleware technology.

Thursday Oct 03, 2013

Congratulations WebCenter Winners of 2013 Fusion Middleware Innovation

On the WebCenter Team, we are really fortunate to have great customers and partners around the world that are continually pushing the envelope for what they can do with our products to help serve their employees, customers and partners. 

Oracle Excellence Awards for Fusion Middleware InnovationThis year was a very difficult year for the panel of judges to make the winner selections because there were so many fantastic nominations that proved in a multitude of different ways that in order to grow your company or organization, you need to manage and share information efficiently, maximize the value of transactions through self-service and deliver engaging online experiences for your customers, partners and employees in all their interactions with your company. 

Our customers are doing this together with WebCenter Sites, WebCenter Content, WebCenter Imaging and WebCenter Portal integrated with both Fusion Middleware and other Oracle Apps. 

In evaluating the nominations from all over the world this year, our judges looked for nominations that really maximized success across the WebCenter portfolio and the selected winners were:

Choice Hotels International (US)

Statoil Fuel & Retail (Sweden)

Congratulations Choice Hotels International and Statoil Fuel & Retail

Choice Hotels International 

Choice Hotels International
(LtoR: Tony Rems – Managing Partner of Thought Matrix, Paul Elliott - Manager, Content Management & Support Services Development, Choice Hotels and Jothi Sankaranarayanan,  Lead CMS Developer at Choice Hotels)

Choice Hotels with their partner Thought-Matrix

Choice Hotels is a global hotel franchise with 6000+ franchisees. Choice is in the process of completely re-building their distribution platform for the next generation.  They currently process and distribute over $6B worth of reservation activity to the franchisees of Choice Hotels. To continue to grow and support the strategic business initiatives of the company they needed to address the primary vehicle for delivering business to their customers.  Their current platform was an amalgam of 25 years of development on disparate systems that offered limited inter-operability and scalability.  A strategic decision was made to adopt the Oracle technology stack to build out this new platform

 They introduced more self-service opportunities to their business to create greater empowerment and flexibility, thus reducing the dependency on IT to introduce new features to their production systems. They are using WebCenter Sites as their web content management systems deployed for their International Websites. Standardizing on WebCenter Sites has allowed them to consolidate four different Content Management System platforms and created a Content Center of Excellence making it easier for any of their business users to take advantage of the WYSIWYG interface.

They also took advantage of WebCenter Portal to introduce a new company intranet and extranet to replace their antiquated proprietary system.  The fresh new interface for the users will allow them to take advantage of portals to quickly address matters that require their attention.

Perhaps the biggest win at the enterprise level is standardizing on the Oracle platform. They have seen tremendous benefits by being standardized on a focused set of tools and applications.  Their development, testing, administration, and database engineers now have greater flexibility and mobility throughout their enterprise.  Since they all have the same relative skill set, they can flex on certain projects in order to get them to market quicker.  No more Sys Admins having to learn the ins and outs of a particular system and its idiosyncrasies because everything is now a standard Oracle deployment.

Congratulations Choice Hotels!


Statoil Fuel & Retail

Statoil Fuel & Retail
(From R to L : Pandurang Ranjalkar, Mukesh Aghi, Rakesh Pande, Vegar Bøthun (Statoil), GV Rao, Arvind Ankalikar, Scott Howley (Oracle), Santosh Borse, Michael Snow (Oracle))

Statoil Fuel & Retail with their partner L&T Infotech

Statoil Fuel & Retail is a leading Scandinavian road transport fuel retailer that operates across 8 different countries and delivers aviation fuel at 85 airports and produces & sells 750 different lubricant products apart from road transport fuel for both B2B and B2C customer profiles.

Statoil and their partner, L&T Infotech conducted an implementation of JD Edwards ERP to replace the existing SAP ERP and Portals, consolidating 10 existing portals into a single enterprise portal with integration using Fusion Middleware, Portal development using Oracle WebCenter, Oracle Content Management, OBIEE, Oracle CRM on-demand, Single sign-on using Identity Management for JD Edwards, Treasury System, WRECS, and Role allocation using IDM.  At the same time, Statoil setup Oracle WebCenter Content as a centralized document storage integrated with the ERP solution replacing existing IBM Content Management and IBM OnDemand.

Overall the main driving goal was to offer a completely redesigned portal for an easy, secure, scalable and user friendly web application to increase their web footprint and expand Statoil Fuel & Retail’s online business.  

Congratulations Statoil Fuel and Retail!







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