Customers make decisions to optimize their Oracle environment for a variety of reasons. The objectives of optimization of the projects are to obtain additional operational efficiency despite optimized whole business processes to obtain additional functions or to simplify the user experience.
The types of activities often require advanced technical skills or product knowledge, and this is evident during the selection process. More than customers with other types of projects, customers looking to make the most of their Oracle systems tend to focus on the following questions during the selection process.
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When it is time to deliver, there are three important components of Oracle delivery, regardless of the nature of the project: on-time delivery (consulting skills), staff quality and staff experience (relevant Oracle skills). Not surprisingly, customers want highly qualified experts to deliver projects on time.
When it comes to optimizing or expanding the Oracle system, customers are very focused on the final game: they get quantifiable benefits. The client puts a strong focus on post-implementation planning and wants an integrator who prepares the organization to operate and maintain the system after commissioning.
Focusing on component delivery tends to give results. Of the four types of learning projects (initial implementations, updates, geographic deployment, and extended optimization/application), customer goals are a major achievement among customers with optimization projects. Compared to the client with other types of projects, customers with optimization projects reported a higher level of goal achievement in three main areas: increase revenue, improve business processes and reduce IT costs.