LATEST CASE STUDIES
AB SCIEX selected Virtual Trader as part of its R12 rollout in order to maximize efficiency for the 44 legal entities served by its Shared Service Centre. The challenge was to employ a minimal number of Oracle Multi-org structures (e.g., operating units, ledgers, and asset books) while still maintaining financial integrity across the system.
The challenge for GE Appliances was to achieve a corporate objective of removing complex Oracle customizations while retaining accurate cost control and reporting. The solution was to deploy the Virtual Trader Intercompany Engine to process inventory cost transactions as they passed through subledger accounting.
Sherwin-Williams needed to resolve issues arising from handling batches of single journals that encompassed multiple ledgers directly from its R12 system. The Virtual Trader Intercompany Engine was selected to address the functional gaps and automate the creation of appropriate balancing journal entries.
As part of an Oracle upgrade, Tektronix needed to address its business critical customizations for Intercompany, shared services, and integration of a third-party service solution. Tektronix selected the Virtual Trader Intercompany Engine to replace its existing customizations and provide the flexibility to evolve new solutions demanded by inevitable, ongoing business change.