Featured in Forbes: Four Ways Cloud Is Paving The Way To More-Profitable Highway Construction

Road construction is a low-margin business with a seemingly low barrier to entry—get a paver and a dump truck, and go bid on jobs. In reality, its best practitioners, like Rogers Group based in Nashville, Tennessee, are learning to run their roadway projects with data-driven efficiency.

Rogers Group is a prime example of what the Harvard Business Review calls digital business becoming business as usual. Indeed, Rogers Group is not changing the way it builds its roads; the firm is simply using available cloud services to grease the wheels of information as it moves through the business.

“The end goal is to complete every job within its estimated framework,” says Kim Lockhart, the applications development manager for Rogers Group. To that end, Rogers Group is using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service to open a new connection between the company’s ERP system and the people who make the job run: the job foreman on location, the construction manager, and the job estimator—with opportunities for analysis at every stop along the way… read full article

 

Sofbang Oracle Specialized Partner of the Year: Mobility at OpenWorld

Recognized for our commitment to deliver innovative, specialized solutions and services based on Oracle software and Hardware, Sofbang is proud to be a recipient of the  2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year: Mobility Solution.

“To us, building a mobile app is not a complete mobile approach” says Danny Asnani, Principal “A complete mobile approach is much more – it is about simplifying the end-user experience, extending backend applications and integrating them with vital business processes across various lines of businesses and applications.”

See what  being recognized as a Specialized Partner of the year means to Sofbang and learn more about our mobile solutions from Danny Asnani and Vivek Ahuja.