Capgemini to Support Oracle's 'Information-Driven Value Chain' Capabilities

Oct. 2, 2008
Objective is to bridge gap between technology and business

Capgemini, a providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, recently announced it will leverage Oracle's Information-Driven Value Chain solutions to help its clients with improved supply and demand planning. The solutions are a comprehensive suite of supply chain technologies that help companies manage the emerging complexities of supply chain management.

Capgemini will provide in-depth business research surrounding the suite of solutions, extending the companies' shared commitment to bridge the gap between technology and business to help produce sustainable results for its clients.

"With the struggling global economy, increasing customer demand and rising transportation costs, there is little room for error in supply and demand chain planning," said Lynn Anderson, North American Oracle Service Line Leader for Capgemini. "Combining Oracle's Information-Driven Value Chain solutions and the industry experience of Capgemini, we are able to make supply and demand chain management more scientific and strategic, leading to increased opportunities. Armed with tools and insight, supply chain managers are able to turn a plethora of information into visionary supply chain designs, streamlined planning, and ultimately are able to provide customers with the right product, at the right place and at the right time."

Capgemini is leveraging Oracle's Information-Driven Value Chain capabilities including Oracle's Demantra, Oracle Transportation Management, Oracle Advanced Planning & Scheduling, Oracle's Agile PLM and Oracle Business Intelligence.

Sponsored Recommendations

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of IndustryWeek, create an account today!