- Oracle announced that Mazda Motor Corporation has adopted Oracle Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Exadata Database Machine to support its global business by establishing a next-generation IT foundation.
- With global manufacturing operations across nearly 120 countries and regions, Mazda needed a comprehensive, service-oriented architecture (SOA) to help integrate multiple systems, extend data accessibility and standardize critical business processes.
- Mazda is transforming the way it manages its systems infrastructure on a global scale with Oracle. The company expects to reduce the costs of building and maintaining information systems, helping to reduce time to implementation and improve productivity, performance and profits.
- After a competitive review process, Mazda selected Oracle and Oracle Japan solutions including Oracle Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Exadata Database Machine to integrate its global information systems into a complete structure that responds rapidly to market and operational changes. Oracle will also deliver education, consulting services and customer services to maximize user experience and value of those products.
- Mazda implemented Oracle EPM System, Oracle Business Intelligence Applications, Oracle E-Business Suite, Siebel CRM, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Oracle Value Chain Planning, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Database Security, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Data Integration, Oracle Exadata Database Machine and others.
- “Global companies, like Mazda, often face challenges with ever-changing needs of the business and a high demand for an advanced technology infrastructure,” said Ed Allen, vice president, automotive, Oracle. “By standardizing on the complete, open and integrated Oracle stack, Mazda will benefit from a tightly integrated, highly accessible and responsive IT infrastructure.”
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