Sterlite’s EAI expertise spans across the entire range of industry leading EAI tools such as Oracle Fusion Middleware, Tibco, IBM WebSphere, Microsoft etc. Sterlite has focused our efforts on comprehensive Enterprise Application management, Middleware administration and support services.
Sterlite offers enterprise integration services and Middleware Practice Centers of Excellence Services for data synchronization, applications integration, and seamless business process(es), and workflows.
Sterlite’s Enterprise Application Integration practice helps provide seamless integration between disparate applications across an enterprise, eliminating barriers of connectivity and data portability. Sterlite’s Enterprise Application Service provides a comprehensive range of services covering the full lifecycle of the integration solution framework:
- EAI strategy & roadmap definition
- Product evaluations
- Infrastructure planning
- Middleware definition, design and deployment
- Migration and upgrade services
Sterlite, the Oracle Fusion and Middleware Experts, provide proven solutions with Oracle’s Fusion Middleware. Working across the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack, Sterlite solves the complexities of having Commerce, ERP, CRM, HelpDesk, and other Enterprise Systems communicate; thus empowering employees and customers alike for a greater business efficiencies.
In development for roughly four years, Oracle Database 12c introduces many important new capabilities in database consolidation, query optimization, performance tuning, high availability, partitioning, backup and recovery. Oracle’s pluggable database (12c) is a superior way to achieve multi-tenancy for cloud applications. SaaS (software as a service) vendors have typically used application-level multi-tenancy, in which multiple customers share a single application instance with their data kept separate.
TIBCO's application integration platform cuts through complexity so you can be more efficient, meet business requirements faster, and reduce costs. Information is available, accessible, and consumable from anywhere, anytime. Interoperability is seamless. Change is cost-effective and manageable.
Master Data Management
Master data management (MDM) ensures that an organization's critical information (customers, vendors, products, employees, locations) is accurate and consistent across that organization's operational systems – spanning geographic, line-of-business, and application silo boundaries – and the organization's interactions with third parties. MDM enforces the necessary data governance processes and policies for continuous data quality while controlling access. In addition, MDM allows organizations to manage the many complex hierarchies (product and customer classifications, categories, organizational structure) and relationships within their data such as those between products, customers, vendors, or locations.
Through effective MDM, organizations can eliminate errors, become efficient in their business activities, and accelerate critical processes such as a single view of the customer, new product launch, vendor on-boarding, first-time-right service provisioning, cross-sell/up-sell, and customer service.
MDM builds a highly available, high quality data foundation that supports enterprise IT initiatives such SOA, EDW, and BPM.
Business Process Management
Business process management (BPM) enables enterprises to automate, manage, and optimize their processes to maximize operational efficiency and effectiveness. Enterprise BPM is a tough problem though. Simply put, BPM is the integration of people, applications and information into your business processes with the ultimate objectives of growing customer relationships, enhancing competitiveness and increasing operational efficiency with processes and software that are in sync.
BPM allows the business to successfully own process management while meeting the realities of the enterprise.
- Business experts manage processes as corporate assets and collaborate with IT to develop process applications using a fast, iterative approach that delivers rapid time to benefit.
- Decoupling process and work management enables the optimization of the people in the process by dynamically managing the work they perform.
- Built-in support for workflow patterns allows processes to naturally adapt to people.
- Enterprise data can be easily leveraged using business objects integrated with backend applications.
- Business users have self-service access to the information they need to make better decisions.
Sterlite's process-centric BPM methodology was designed to drive clear and measurable improvements in our customer’s business processes. Our solutions create a framework of how the business process can be integrated and automated. The streamlined process can serve as a standard of consistent process execution and can be replicated across other parts of the organization.
Complex Event Processing
A key benefit of Complex Event Processing (CEP) is the ability of companies to rapidly respond to potential problems or take advantage of emerging opportunities. CEP Tools detects business behaviors, provides contextual insight to help companies mitigate risk and generate additional profits. Companies can set CEP Tools to act automatically on opportunities to increase customer satisfaction, build loyalty, sell more products and increase efficiency. Unlike many traditional ESP solutions that focus on a limited scope of problems and uses, CEP Tools continues to benefit multiple industry segments and applications. A Complex Event Processing System (CEPS) is a software system used to define, deploy, execute, monitor and maintain the variety and complexity of decision logic that is used by operational systems within an organization or enterprise.