Human Resources-related OPEX were on the rise and creating chaos for an industry-leading manufacturer of network infrastructure.They took action by switching from the on-premise Oracle HRMS module to the Cloud-based Workday Human Capital Management system.
Because the majority of the manufacturer's business operations run on Oracle E-Business Suite ERP, it was critical that the new Workday HCM system was properly integrated with Oracle EBS. ennVee needed to build the real-time and batch mode integrations between Workday and Oracle EBS. This integration would enable the client to leverage employee information seamlessly across both systems.
- Leading manufacturer of physical infrastructure for Data Center, Enterprise, and Industrial environments
- 5,000 employees worldwide
- $1+ billion (USD) annual revenue
- Location: Chicago, IL (USA)
- Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12
- Workday HCM Cloud
- Oracle Fusion Middleware (to integrate Workday and Oracle EBS)
Solution Process Overview
- Use Oracle Fusion Middleware to build multiple bi-directional integrations within the client’s application architecture framework.
- Make sure the integrations allow Human Resources and work structure capabilities to straddle the entire HR process. This includes the following:
- New Hire
- Approval workflows
- Enable the client to utilize one set of master data and automatically transfer data between Workday and Oracle EBS.
Outcome & Future Benefits
TCO — Workday has a much lower annual Total Cost of Ownership than Oracle HRMS, which will help the client reduce operational expenditures for its Human Resources department.
Less manual effort — The integrated application architecture eliminates redundant data and manual re-entry by providing a seamless flow of employee data across both systems.
Single source of truth — Workday’s intuitive User Interface and cloud availability provides straightforward access to the client's employees, while ensuring that the HR data in Oracle E-Business Suite remains up-to-date and the single source of truth.