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Hathway implements Oracle E-Business Suite

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MUMBAI: Hathway Cable & Datacom has implemented Oracle 11i E-Business Suit as its ERP applications in order to manage data of different lines of its businesses. The multi-system operate offers services in areas of cable TV, broadband and cable channels.

Covered in the first phase were the purchase, stores and inventory, accounts and finance functions. This went live from 18 January. In the next phase, which will start shortly, the ERP solutions will involve the human resources, marketing and sales functions.

Hathway has engaged the services of Satyam Computer Services for the implementation of this project.

"Our business processes are ready and in line with Oracle's integrated solutions which will tightly integrate the various functions, business processes, key stakeholders and employees across the organisation through this ERP solution," said Hathway Cable & Datacom MD and CEO K Jayaraman.

In April 2006, Hathway decided to implement Oracle Applications 11i E-Business Suite This was to run on HP servers using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0 Advanced Server and Oracle 10g database on the Sun server platform.

"The implementation of this ERP solution is expected to provide better visibility on our transactions and inventory. This will improve our customer delivery performance, reduce inventory and process cycle while bringing down operating costs. The solution is also expected to better cost of compliance and resource utilization through standardized processes, and improve customer service with better controls," said Jayaraman.

 

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