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.

 

Oracle Process Cloud-Power for Business Users

Header Oracle Process Cloud-Power for Business users

In a rapidly changing world, organizations are in need of quickly building business processes and will cater to the changing needs of these business process. Organizations are constantly seeking solutions that can freely use the available products while enabling business users to quickly build their complex business processes. With so many different solutions available for creating Business Processes it is hard to choose which one will best fit your specific business needs. One solution is Oracle’s subscription based Process Cloud Service (PCS) which is a perfect fit for today’s business users. By using PCS there is no need to maintain IT infrastructure – allowing you to easily extend your existing on-premise infrastructure, filling the variances in the white space between your applications. Oracle Process Cloud Service can also enhance the digital engagement of your enterprise, providing out-of-the box mobile experience for your business processes.

Process Cloud Service is a convenient tool for business users who want to rapidly develop Business Process. Oracle PCS provides a powerful browser based tool for development and testing them before they actually gets deployed. Continue reading…

The Evolution Mobility: From Bricks to Brains

On Sunday, we were awarded the Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year – North America in Mobility. To be recognized by Oracle for our achievements in mobility is a huge accomplishment and highlights our strong focus on  Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, we are honored to be recognized for our expertise and knowledge of Oracle technologies.

Sofbang team with 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year

Sofbang team with 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year

Research shows that mobile apps are growing at a rate of 29.8% a year and the number of mobile users currently using apps will climb to 4.4 billion by 2017, with that growth users are expecting to be able to switch among desktops, tablets and smartphones anywhere anytime. In order to understand how we got to where we are today, lets take a look at just how far the mobile technology has come over the last 50 years. Continue reading…

Sofbang Wins Prestigious 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year: Mobility Solution – North America

Sofbang team with 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year:

Oracle Recognizes Sofbang’s Expertise in Delivering Specialized Solutions

Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco, CA, October 25, 2015 – Oracle today awarded Sofbang with its 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year: Mobility Solution – North America. The award recognizes Sofbang for their commitment to deliver innovative, Specialized solutions and services based on Oracle software and hardware.

Oracle Specialized Partner Award 2015Sofbang was presented the 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year: Mobility Solution – North America for demonstrating an outstanding and innovative solution based on Oracle products.

The Oracle Excellence Awards for Specialized Partner of the Year encourage innovation by Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) members, who use Oracle’s products and technology to create value for customers and generate new business potential.

“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.”

“Sofbang has demonstrated an outstanding level of innovation in delivering proven, Oracle-based Mobility solutions that can solve our joint customers’ most critical business challenges,” said Bill Swales, Group Vice President, North America Alliances and Channels Sales, Oracle. “We congratulate Sofbang in achieving the 2015 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year: Mobility Solution – North America. This achievement is a testament to their dedication to excellence and to providing customers mobile applications and a mobile approach that drives real business value and results.”

To learn more about our Mobile Solutions please visit http://mobility.sofbang.com

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The Oracle Cloud Platform: Truly Fast & Furious

2Fast2Believe it or not, there is an actual definition in the dictionary for the phrase Fast and Furious (F&F). It means, “Used about situations in which a lot of different things happen very fast, one after the other”.  While the Fast and the Furious movie franchise is full of action, the phrase is also appropriately suited for a day in the life of a Line of Business (LOB) Manager. In their line of work, a lot of different things happen very fast, one after the other. As we work with LOB Managers across industries, the common denominator is the need for more agility. They are often faced with factors that serve as a catalyst, changing the business needs and priorities of the LOB.

For example, let’s look at a COO of a large utility. He faces three regulatory changes, which will have a direct impact on his operations and customer base within a short span of four months. He is required to report on how he is addressing these changes, while ensuring that he is adhering to specific service level agreements (SLAs). A slip on SLAs and specific response to service requests will have a direct cost impact credited back to customers via his operational groups and subsidiaries. He initially looks to his CIO on how technology can help him address these regulatory changes. They review his needs and come up two process centric mobile applications extending and integrating to their backend ERP, billing, and customer applications. Incorporating these solutions will help the COO meet and track progress towards these regulatory changes.

However, the IT department is already at 115% capacity, based on current projects, resources and technology utilization. He’s given a lead-time of eight weeks for IT to begin work on his initiative, with an additional four weeks to setup the infrastructure. This timeline is not going to work for the COO, since he needs to be up and running within four months. The COO engages with Sofbang for a two-day health check, which defines a clear roadmap of how he can address his needs, leveraging the Oracle Cloud Platform. Sofbang then works with him to standup the two mobile applications, leveraging the Oracle Cloud Platform (specifically the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Process Cloud Service and Integration Cloud Service) to tie this to his enterprise backend applications. Let’s see how this happens.

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