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Integration of Oracle E-Business

Suite with Oracle Utilities Work


and Asset Management
Thursday, March 12th 2015

Agenda

Introductions
About NEORSD
About AST
Product Definitions
Project Background
Integration
Lessons Learned
Questions
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Introductions
Ashok Kowdle Practice Manager, AST
Corporation

About NEORSD
Our Mission

Our History

Oracle Platform

To serve our customers by


leading effective wastewater
and storm water management
that protects the health and
environment of our region while
enhancing quality of life

Created in 1972 (1979 - NEORSD)

Financials

Role

Core - Human Resource

Responsible for planning,


financing, constructing,
operating and controlling
wastewater treatment and
disposal facilities, major
interceptor sewers and other
water pollution control facilities
within its service area
Governance

Advanced Benefits
iRecruitment
Self Service
Purchasing
iProcurement
Inventory
Order Management
Sourcing

Board of Trustees

iSupplier
Oracle Database 11g
SOA/BPEL

About AST Corporation


Our Services

Oracle Partnership

Oracle Specialized

E-Business Suite

Oracle Platinum Partner

EBS Financial Management

Business Intelligence

Pillar Partner

EBS Human Capital Management

EPM-Hyperion

SOA

EBS Supply Chain Management

Middleware

Business Intelligence

BI Applications

CRM

Hyperion

BI Foundation

Managed Services

Oracle University Approved Education Center

Service Oriented Architecture

Education / Oracle University

Oracle University Reseller

Application Development Framework 11g

Project Advisory Services

Oracle Accelerator Implementer

Hyperion Planning 11

Oracle Managed Cloud Services Implementer

Database 11g

Small Business Strategy Council

Public Sector

3 Time Oracle Excellence Award Winner

2011 Inc. Top Small


Company Workplaces

2012-2013 Inc. 5000


Fastest Growing Companies

2012 Best & Brightest


Companies to Work For

Product Definitions
Oracle EBS: Oracle E-Business Suite (R12)
Upgrade
Oracle Supply Chain Management
Implementation
Six (6) Modules

Oracle Fusion Middleware


SOA and BPEL

Oracle Integration Pack (JSK)


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Project Background
As Is:

Oracle EBS used for FIN and HRMS only


Oracle WAM used for all SCM, Work Orders & Asset Mgt

To Be / Goal: Move Supply Chain functionality from


WAM to EBS

Oracle EBS used for SCM (Procurement & Inventory) along


with Financials and HRMS
Oracle WAM used for Work Orders & Asset Mgt only

Business Driver: Need for Asset Costing in WAM


(increase operational efficiencies)
Material & Services purchased for work orders
Inventory Items used for work orders
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Overview of Integration
Pre-Built Integration Packs (PIPs)

Set of pre-built integrations - plug & play interface


code
Offered in 2 models based on pre-established,
standardized business flows
o
o

EBS to WAM model (SCM in EBS) chosen model


WAM to EBS model (SCM in WAM)

Integration driven by SOA and BPEL

All mapping, error handling and scheduling of interface


records handled using BPEL processes

All records created/interfaced using standard APIs


(in both systems)
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Integration Flow

Integration Features

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Integration Points

Purchase Requisition Integration


Purchase Order Integration
Receipts Integration
Invoice and Payments Integration
Material Request Integration
Stock Transaction Integration
Vendor Integration
Accounts Integration
Employee and Employee Wages Integration
Catalog Integration
Store Room Integration
Checkout Integration
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Master Data Integration

Vendor Integration
Accounts Integration
Employee Integration
Employee Wages Integration
Includes Payroll Costs and Benefits

Catalog Integration
Work Order Integration
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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Inventory Transactions Integration


Material Request Integration
o
o

Includes Demand from Work Orders


Includes Demand from Checkout Request

Stock Transaction Integration


o

Internal Orders

Store Room Integration


Checkout Integration
o

Miscellaneous Receipts and Issues


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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Procurement Integration
Purchase Requisition Integration
Purchase Order Integration
Receipts Integration
Invoice and Payments Integration

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Integration Between WAM and EBS

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Lessons Learned
Planning & Approach

Identify: Integration Points, Business Flows,


System of Record for Key Components (Items,
Suppliers, Employees, etc.)
As Is documentation (up-to-date)
Familiarization - Spend the time to learn the
business flows delivered (as early as possible)
Not really an Out of the Box solution
GAPs should be identified (as early as possible)
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Lessons Learned
Technology Impact

Dont underestimate time & resources based on the


concept of plug & play
Technology is advanced and can speed up the process
but it doesnt replace the need for
o

Timeline ensure adequate time is provided to:


Build test environments
Identify GAPs
Test and disposition GAPs

Resources - skillset and knowledge of the technical


components and products
Technical resources SOA
Functional resources Oracle EBS/Oracle WAM
Subject Matter Experts Business Flows
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Lessons Learned
Testing

Plan for multiple test iterations


Include unit tests, system integration tests and even
performance tests
Involve business and end users early on in the
testing process
Provide for time between testing iterations to make
decisions and updates
Test complete business flows between WAM and
EBS for exception handling
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Q&A

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Contact Information

For a Copy of the Presentation,


Please Send an email to
Akowdle@astcorporation.com

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