Upgrading from Oracle EBS 11i to R12.2.6

This white paper covers a consumer products company's upgrade from Oracle EBS 11i to R12.2.6, how they simplified complex integrations and delayed the migration to cloud by 3-5 years.

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What you will learn from this white paper

  • Upgrading from 11i to R12.2.6 in One Year

  • The Oracle EBS R12.2 Technical Upgrade Process and Iterations

  • Retrofitting Customizations from 11i to R12.2

  • Automatically Identifying All Oracle EBS 11i Customizations

  • Key Customizations and Process Improvements, Including the Implementation of Mobile iExpense and iProcurement

  • Simplifying Complex Integrations Between Oracle EBS and 3rd Party Systems like Vertex Cloud, CardConnect for Credit Card Authorization, and Customer Bank Account Information

  • Providing a More Stable Platform for Users That Delays the Need to Migrate to Cloud

  • Saving up to $1M USD Annually by Switching to a Third Party Support Provider

A consumer products company has relied on Oracle E-Business Suite to run its business for years, but the current release (11i) is unsupported and heavily customized with many integrations to disparate systems. The lack of automated and self-service functionalities forced employees to rely heavily on the IT staff for tasks like submitting and approving expenses, procurement, order management, etc. This white paper covers the company's successful upgrade to R12.2.6, the technical upgrade process, and business benefits.

At some point, most Oracle EBS customers have considered whether to upgrade to R12.2 or migrate to cloud. If you are debating which path is right for you, this white paper provides a use case for upgrading to R12.2 to delay a migration to cloud, and helps you understand what to expect during the 11i to R12.2 upgrade process.


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