Orange, California (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
NexInfo Solutions Inc. a Gold level Oracle Partner today announced that it has launched a campaign along with Oracle aimed at the Engineering & Construction industry to educate the industry on how to alleviate some of the problems like ‘rapidly shrinking margins’, ‘increased reliance on sub-contractors’ and ‘cost overruns because of market fluctuations’. NexInfo and Oracle will work together to bring focus to the solution in an industry where the use of software for planning is not common. The industry currently relies heavily on project management software including Primavera and Oracle Projects to deliver projects successfully. However the use of such software is typically limited to management within the project and to current projects only. The forecasting and planning of projects is done on Excel spreadsheets and is limited to financial planning. NexInfo and Oracle will jointly address the industry at multiple forums to provide insight into how the industry can leverage the Oracle Value Chain Planning software and also leverage concepts and solutions from other industries to solve some of their problems.
NexInfo which is a leader in the Supply Chain Design also has the distinction of redesigning the $ 10 Billion plus supply chain for Motorola Mobility. NexInfo was favored by Motorola Mobility over the larger consulting firms to successfully redesign the supply chain and reduce the cycle time of the Sales & Operations Planning process. The redesign has helped Motorola achieve significant improvements in its processes. As part of the Value Chain Summit, Motorola Mobility will be presenting one of the many supply chain success stories – one that helped in inventory postponement at one of their divisions.
The session is on Tuesday, February 5th from 4:30pm to 5:15pm at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco in the Pacific D&K room. “We are very excited about NexInfo's focus on Project Driven Supply Chain. We have already got a lot of interest from clients and we hope to make this also a successful campaign,” according to Mark Kuta, an Oracle Value Chain Planning sales manager. “In the construction industry this is referred to as Lean Construction, and NexInfo is also presenting a session on this at the Oracle Engineering & Construction Summit.”
About Value Chain Summit
Over 1,000 professionals will meet in San Francisco Feb 4-6, 2013, to share best practices and hear about the latest developments in Value Chain Planning and Supply Chain Management applications.
The Oracle Value Chain Summit brings together all of the Oracle Supply Chain Summits, including Product Lifecycle Management, Manufacturing, Enterprise Asset Management, and Logistics, and additionally adds Value Chain Planning and Procurement, to create a comprehensive conference that includes over 200 sessions covering the entire value chain footprint.
The marquee value chain event of the year, the Oracle Value Chain Summit will bring customers, partners and industry experts together to exchange views and demonstrate the latest tools that create connected and efficient value chains. The Summit will focus on today’s key supply chain and Value Chain Planning challenges and will feature hands-on workshops and solution demonstrations.
About NexInfo Solutions
NexInfo Solutions Inc., is a niche consulting company with operations across the United States that focuses primarily on process design and software integration in the supply chain domain to help companies achieve ‘Best in Class’ status by incorporating industry leading practices. NexInfo uses its unique ‘NexGen’ methodology combined with the ‘NexGen’ bluebook to ensure successful business process improvements in optimal time. NexInfo has helped many Fortune 1000 companies across industries improve their supply chain delivery response. NexInfo has previously presented success stories at many industry forums. NexInfo focuses improving customer service levels using better process and system designs.
Oracle, Primavera, Oracle Projects, Oracle Value Chain Planning, and Distributed Order Orchestration, are registered trademarks of Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. Excel is a registered trademark of Microsoft. Motorola Mobility is a registered trademark of Motorola.