Airtel To Use Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications to Accelerate Digital Transformation

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Bharti Airtel, India’s leading communications solutions provider, has chosen Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain & Management (SCM) to digitize and streamline its finance, planning, and supply chain activities, according to Oracle.

Airtel will change its shared services operations, which focus on boosting productivity and agility throughout the firm, with the combined Oracle Cloud ERP and Oracle Cloud SCM apps. Airtel will be able to use the tools to automate tedious operations, receive a 360-degree picture of its financial data on demand, and streamline procurement and supply chain management.

Following Airtel’s recent shift to Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to assist its employees and colleagues, the Oracle Consulting implementation will increase Airtel’s Oracle Cloud reach.

“This is a key deployment as part of our journey to fully transition to cloud-based applications as we build a digital Airtel. We are obsessed with providing the best customer experience. We are investing in transforming our internal operating models so that employees and partners can work effectively for better customer engagement and service. Airtel and Oracle have had a very successful and long-standing partnership across a wide range of areas. We are delighted to expand this partnership to leverage Oracle’s advanced technology and deep experience to enhance operational efficiencies across some of our key business processes,”

said Bharti Airtel CIO Pradipt Kapoor.

“At Oracle we are committed to helping every customer navigate market challenges, stay ahead of the curve in innovation, and adapt digital strategies to future-proof their business. With Oracle Cloud Applications, Airtel will be able to leverage the latest technology and innovation to meet shifting customer expectations and revamp their business operations. We’re proud to be a partner with Airtel and look forward to supporting their next phase of growth,”

Shailender Kumar, senior vice president and regional managing director of Oracle India, said. 

Airtel, which has over 480 million consumers in 17 countries spanning South Asia and Africa, offers a variety of consumer telecom services, including 4G/4.5G broadband, fixed lines, fiber with speeds up to 1 GBps, and streaming music and video, digital payments, and financial services. Airtel provides a variety of solutions for business customers, including cloud and data centre services, cybersecurity, IoT, advertising technology, and cloud-based communications.

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