Oracle implementation for a leading Kuwait based real- estate company
As part of their expansion, The Avenues Mall - the largest shopping mall in Kuwait and other malls, the leading Kuwaiti Real Estate company was seeking an ERP solution comprising of financials, property, BI and SCM solutions to implement a robust business process to keep ahead of competition, reduce overhead costs, and improve cash flow and meet the growing IT demand.
Managing subcontractor advances and payment retentions was cumbersome.
Integrated view of Occupancy, Space Assignment and Utilization, payment and invoice creation, maintenance and repair.
The client was operating in Kuwait through 12 OpCos. The respective legacy systems , at these OpCos, of the client hampered the synchronization of its operations with market fluctuations.
As the customer operates in an extremely inventory –dependent lifecycle, thus , it was imperative to improve the record of the inventories while keeping costs low.
Operating on disparate systems added to the complexity, as there were a large number systems running independent of the host.
Consolidation of the legacy systems of each entity and multiple TBs data migration was required.
Equipped with it’s proprietary preleasing solution, strong Oracle Consulting and a unique global delivery model, ISON successfully implemented Oracle E.Business suite Financials, SCM, Property Management, CRM & BI . The solution, complying with GAAP was implemented and was LIVE in 6 months.
A team of 8 experts, iSON , using Oracle Property Manager , streamlines, supply, distribution, procurement and financial accounting processes.
Ongoing managed Services & Support since 2014.
The Preleasing Solution component was implemented on top of Oracle Property Manager successfully which won 2015 MENA SAAS Oracle Innovation awards.
The implementation imparted high visibility to the supply chain and improved demand planning and execution.
There was a significant improvement in cash flow due to real-time processes. A large number of processes have been automated, which has increased the efficiency and reduced overhead costs.
There was closer understanding of business processes, leading to continuous, incremental changes, post the implementation.