DJO Global is a leading global provider of high-quality, orthopedic devices, with a broad range of products used for rehabilitation, pain management and physical therapy. DJO is the largest non-surgical orthopedic rehabilitation device company in the United States and among the largest globally, as measured by revenues.
The project included the implementation of Oracle Financial Analytics, Oracle Order Management Analytics, Supply Chain Analytics and Procurement/Spend Analytics and a custom solution to report on Campaign-to-Cash analysis. In all the functional area modules, several customizations were performed to optimize the application for DJO Global. Examples of the customizations include:
- Over seventy Descriptive Flex Fields (DFFs) and columns from Oracle’s EBS R12 application are being brought in to support reporting for Order Management and Supply Chain.
- For Campaign to Cash reporting, new star schema was developed to bring Quota related information from Oracle E-Business Suite as this was not available in out-of-the-box analytics application.
- A new Territory Manager module was developed which enables a user to report based on their sales territories.
- The initial phase of Campaign-to-Cash analysis involved four consultants over six months. The follow-up phase involved four consultants over a six to eight month span.
- A custom security solution was constructed to enable data level visibility restriction rules for both employees and non-employees.
- This project also involved integration of Noetix Views and a custom Hyperion data warehouse with an Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) application.
This project, involved the systems implementation of Oracle Financial Analytics, Procurement/Spend Analytics, and Supply Chain Analytics from Oracle EBS R12. A simultaneous / concurrent deployment of Oracle E-Business Suite, the Oracle BI Applications, and a custom BI Application maximized the impact on positive user adoption.
The results included greater visibility into financial performance for the enitre company.