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Oracle Human Resources Management System
Unlock the value of your workforce with E-Business Suite
It’s tough to support tomorrow’s workforce on yesterday’s HR Technology platform. Oracle E-Business Suite enables the data insight, scalability, and consistency to manage global talent needs more effectively while improving HR service delivery.
Who we are
Deloitte helps many organizations leverage Oracle E-Business Suite to better handle today’s global HR and talent management challenges, including globalization, growth, reporting, and talent management.
How we can help
Deloitte maintains one of the largest Oracle practices in the world, with access to 13,800 practitioners and over 300 Oracle Human Capital Management HCM Certifications. We are also a leader in implementing the Oracle E-Business Suite HCM suite—our certified practitioners carry global deployment experience in using specialized tools and flexible delivery models to support our clients’ needs. We combine technical knowledge, backed by primary research and benchmarking capabilities provided by Bersin by Deloitte, with a deep understanding of how companies can leverage their human capital to generate value and achieve business goals. Our services include:
- Assessment of HR processes and development of an HR strategy roadmap
- E-Business Suite implementation planning and project governance
- E-Business Suite implementation and post go-live roadmap
- Change management, communication, and user capability enrichment
- Integration with external and internal systems
- Data conversion from legacy systems
- Deploying security and data privacy
- Rationalization of HR infrastructure maintenance and support
What we have done
Integrate global HR with Oracle E-Business Suite and Business Intelligence
A cosmetic manufacturer lacked an integrated global HCM system as a system of truth for its data, resulting in data inconsistency in the HR organization. The company was following different HR Service Delivery Models by country, brand, region, function, and affiliate. It was also suffering from a lack of standardized processes, misaligned organizational priorities, and an absence of a consensus-driven culture.
Deloitte helped design and implement a future-state HR service delivery model and the enabling Oracle HR technology. The global HR Transformation project also coordinated deployment of the OBIEE reporting tool with manager self-service access, implementation of a case management system to support the Shared Services model, the design of a global security processes and controls framework, change management, communications, and end-to-end systems training using UPK. Additionally, the project aimed to reduce time spent on administrative tasks by adopting a shared services model, resulting in increased strategic value to the business and an enhanced overall user experience for over 35,000 employees around the world through adoption of self-service capability.
Assess and plan for an Oracle EBS Upgrade
An oil and gas field equipment manufacturer wanted to upgrade its ERP platform from Oracle 126.96.36.199 to R12.1.3 and build a platform for increasing the system footprint and functionality in the future.
Deloitte assessed the functional/technical impact of the upgrade, defined the roadmap for the project, and identified short-term and long-term improvement opportunities. The assessment helped the company finalize the functional and technical scope of the upgrade project and identify technical objects to be retrofitted, and also laid out the roadmap for implementation.
Consolidate systems and improve analytics through Oracle EBS
A food and facilities management services provider had a long list of goals for its HR Transformation: automate transactions and improve data visibility and integrity; enable real-time reporting of HR data analytics; empower managers and employees with self-service; distribute HR transactions to the field; automate control points of the hire-to-retire process with self-service workflow and approvals; and have full control and transparency over both hourly and salaried new hire compensation and merit increases.
Deloitte helped the company develop a solution that replaces aging, unsupported technology and multiple non-integrated systems and also builds in a control on compensation costs through customized workflow approval processes. The project also focused on controlling data integrity and provided managers with visibility into their direct reports through analytics and reporting. Project benefits included: correct, real-time reporting of HR data analytics and workflow approvals based on processes; visibility of total workforce labor spend, including temp/contingent labor and seasonal employees, enabled by full workforce analytics; workflow and approval hierarchy support for automating control points for corporate spend in Oracle financials; and full support for LMS and WFM with core HCMS roles, job family structures, multiple job and rate definitions, and contingent labor.
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