Oracle Cloud SCM: Inventory Management module features

Global Inventory and Cost Management in the Cloud

Get comprehensive visibility and management of material flows, warehouse work, and product costs across the supply chain with Inventory and Cost Management Cloud
  • Comprehensive Materials Management: Complete receiving, inventory management, and shipping

  • Manage Global Inter-company Transactions:Flexibly manage trade between internal parties

  • Configurable and Flexible Costing: Easily configure to meet business needs

  • Advanced Fulfillment Capabilities: Efficiently manage complex fulfillment processes


Oracle Fusion – Revenue Management Cloud

cloud-erpEnsure Compliance with Revenue Management Cloud

Simplify and streamline complex revenue recognition processes by extending and improving your existing ERP system with Oracle Revenue Management Cloud

About BrightStar

BrightStar as your consulting partner, our aim is to ensure that Enterprise Applications do what they should do, with the minimum amount of risk or business disruption. We have extensive experience in working with our clients to get the best value from Enterprise Applications and to meet the challenges and overcome the obstacles that can reduce that value. Our offerings include Enterprise Application-enabled business transformation programs, the design and implementation of Oracle solutions and ensuring the use of best tools and services to provide a reliable level of quality and a predictable level of cost.

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Practical Approach to Cloud Architecture

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Which cloud model is right for my business?
Will we achieve our desired return on investment?
Will anyone here use the cloud?

We’re sure you’ve asked yourself many of these questions, and more. Because there’s no doubt about it; on-demand computing is transforming businesses and industries – offering significant benefits. But with countless cloud services, options and decisions to make, it can be difficult to determine which is the best fit for your company’s current and future requirements.

BrightStar experts can help and guide you with Practical Approaches to Cloud Architecture , where you can freely discuss the opportunities and pitfalls of cloud computing, and architecture implementation.

BrightStar Cloud expert team can help you with:

  • Choose the right cloud computing deployment model – whether that’s public, private or hybrid
  • Overcome common cloud computing challenges, and stop silos from holding back your IT function
  • Create sustainable cloud computing architecture by plotting an effective road-map

To know more and learn more about Oracle Enterprise Architecture, kindly contact our Cloud Expert team at for a FREE and No Obligation Consultation.

Unlock the Competitive Advantage by Developing Your Own E-Business Suite Strategy and Roadmap


E-Business Suite is a stable and mature ERP platform and many organizations are very satisfied with their current release. Despite this, many Oracle EBS find themselves forced to upgrade just to stay on a supported version from the vendor.

E-Business Suite customers can take control of their ERP roadmap to evolve and grow the business by:

  1. Maintaining the current EBS version that works for the business
  2. Receiving support for existing and planned customizations
  3. Redeploying key resources towards strategic IT projects

Support Program Features

  • Named, Regional Primary Support Engineer
  • 24/7 Support with Guaranteed 30 Minute or Less Response Time
  • Application & Repository Fixes
  • Customization Fixes
  • Documentation-Only Fixes
  • Configuration Support
  • Operational Support

Unmatched Oracle E-Business Suite Expertise

From application and customization fixes to tax, legal, and regulatory updates and beyond, every Oracle E-Business Suite BrightStar client receives personalized service from a Primary Support Engineer with an average of 10 years or more of E-Business Suite experience — you get 24/7/365 support with a guaranteed response time of 30 minutes or less for serious issues. Backing up your BrightStar Primary Support Engineer is a team of functional and technical experts who bring deep expertise to troubleshooting all aspects and components of your E-Business Suite system, including:

  • Forms
  • Applications Framework (OAF)
  • PL/SQL
  • Reports
  • SQL
  • Workflow
  • Alerts
  • Applications Object Library (AOL)
  • Concurrent Manager
  • AD Tools
  • Application Server (iAS)
  • Fusion Middleware
  • Fusion Application
  • Oracle Database
  • Application Performance Enhancement Services [ APES ]

Global Tax, Legal & Regulatory

BrightStar delivers scheduled updates for Oracle E-Business Suite applications including Payroll for the US and UK —as well as unscheduled, ad-hoc updates for special time-sensitive changes from national, state/provincial, and local agencies.

BrightStar experts are standing by to answer your E-Business Suite support questions. Contact us at today to avail services.


Support Servies for Enterprise Application


BRIGHTSTAR Support Services Program consists of a dedicated team of Certified Oracle Professionals in the BRIGHTSTAR corporate headquarters in Pune, India and Nearshore office in Bucharest, Romania.

Advantages and Benefits of BrightStar Support Services

  • Expertise – The vast network of clients and field consultants keep BRIGHTSTAR on the leading edge of Oracle technologies. The BRIGHTSTAR collaborative culture places the collective knowledge of all BRIGHTSTAR professionals at the customer’s disposal. It is simply not possible to replicate this level of experience through internal staffing.
  • Flexibility – Customer support needs vary from month to month. With BRIGHTSTAR, support time can be utilized for a variety of different business needs – as support requirements grow or shrink, BRIGHTSTAR works with customers to structure the optimal contract.
  • Scalability – Support contacts can be matched to your exact requirements — task-based services, on-demand, fixed hours per month, or all-inclusive annual support contracts are available.
  • Accessibility – Support is available 24 x 7 and can be reached by phone, email, or through the web, a BRIGHTSTAR expert is ready to help.
  • Delivery Management – A dedicated Service Delivery Manager is assigned to each account. This single point of contact can be used for budgetary reporting, consultations, escalation management and delivery management. The BRIGHTSTAR Service Delivery Manager is a trusted partner that helps their customer proactively manage their organization’s Oracle footprint.
  • Cost and Risk Reduction – BRIGHTSTAR Support allows customers to control and reduce ongoing Total Cost of ownership, control and reduce support costs, enjoy guaranteed service levels, reduce operational risk of dependency on individuals, and reduce the need for in-house training or knowledge.


BRIGHTSTAR – Full Service Cloud AMS

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The modern cloud provides an evolutionary approach that progressively generates value from your application investment. Trusting a leading partner like BRIGHTSTAR as a single source for Oracle Cloud reduces cost and complexity, exploits best practices, maximizes service quality and brings technology innovations that improve your business performance. BRIGHTSTAR Full Service Cloud AMS provides everything you need to take advantage of Oracle Cloud in a fixed, per employee subscription model.

Coming Soon ERP: Financials, Revenue Management, Projects, Procurement

Top 3 security priorities for CIOs in 2015

How CIOs should prioritise their efforts around security, from budgeting and managing delivery of service through to working with the rest of the business

When it comes to securing the enterprise, CIOs certainly have their hands full. Whether it’s implementing new services, managing cloud computing and BYOD initiatives, tackling long-standing challenges like data protection, or protecting networks and applications against attacks, there’s plenty going on to keep a CIO awake at night.

However, the danger here is that when something like cloud computing or BYOD comes along and grabs the headlines, resources are directed away from serious security efforts, which puts the business in far more peril.

There’s a lot of investment – from both security companies and businesses – into securing the enterprise from threats targeting those emerging areas mentioned above.

But research has shown that it’s existing threats that are the root cause of security nightmares for CIOs. Nearly half (44%) of all breaches recorded in 2014 came via vulnerabilities that were between two and four years old.

Every one of the top ten vulnerabilities exploited in 2014 took advantage of code written years, or even decades ago, according to research by HP. Known bugs or logic flaws were the primary causes of commonly exploited software vulnerabilities, while server misconfigurations played an important role as well.

This leads to one of the top security priorities for CIOs: updating infrastructure quickly. The previously mentioned research shows that IT departments can neutralise up to 95% of attacks if they make updating their software a priority; updates should be applied as soon as they are available – ideally within two weeks.

For many, that generally means waiting for the second Tuesday of every month when the Microsoft Patch Tuesday rolls around. This is when Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle traditionally release updates and patches for whatever software vulnerabilities they’ve found and fixed.

With the new Windows 10, Microsoft is introducing technology that will further streamline the system of pushing out updates as quickly as possible, moving towards an approach that has become common already in the consumer world. We all know the almost daily cycle of updates we go through with the apps on our mobile devices, while Google Chrome users are already used to continuous updates installing in the background.

This style of fast and automatic update is a great way for businesses to ensure their software is as resilient to attacks as it can possibly be. Automating the update and patching process is a well tested approach to security and well accepted by end-users. However, the IT team has to be confident in the vendors that are supplying updates to them, and be confident that implementing updates won’t upset existing applications or services.

A second priority for CIOs at the moment is one that requires a bit of involvement from the end-user – but it’s one that can make a massive difference to the security of an organisation. It’s to do with improving management of credentials.

This is another area where the enterprise can learn from the consumer space. How many of us have to use some form of two-factor authentication (2FA) when we log into our online banking service? How about email or social media accounts? Having something as simple as a one-time code sent to your mobile device to enable log-on dramatically increases how secure an account is.

Stolen credentials are regularly used in hacking attacks. A recent breach of the German parliament network was enabled by the hackers gaining “administrator rights”, which essentially gave them unrestricted access across the computer network. It’s currently not known what information was accessed or who was responsible – from criminal gangs through to state-sponsored attackers – but fingers have been pointed in Russia’s direction.

Adding that second layer of protection, via 2FA or one-off tokens, won’t make an enterprise totally secure but it will solve a lot of these problems. These days, there really is no excuse for not using 2FA wherever it’s available – long ago, the cost ruled out all but the biggest, most security-conscious companies but that’s no longer the case. In fact, in most instances, adding 2FA support is free.

Adding 2FA is particularly simple for businesses that develop their own software and services in-house. And, this takes us on to our third CIO security priority: securing the development process. More and more businesses are developing their own software, believing that this approach offers the best way to ensure their requirements are met in the most cost-effective manner.

However, if the software development and programming are done internally, they need to be done in a secure way. This emphasis on security is important as it helps the business reduce risk and cut the need to re-work the software at a later date; if and when a vulnerability or other issue is discovered. As pointed out before, the majority of cyber attacks are launched through a vulnerability in an unpatched program, so removing those vulnerabilities reduces that attack vector cyber criminals can use.

There are plenty of courses available that teach developers specific skills that help with building more secure applications or services. If a CIO is going to prioritise developing in a safe and secure way then it may be worth investing in a course for their developers.

These three priorities are simple but incredibly effective ways of making the IT environment – and of course the business as a whole – more secure, and will make a huge difference to the organisation. Things such as automatic updates and enabling 2FA where available are simple to deploy. It’s really not that hard to be a bit more secure.

Sourced from Wolfgang Kandek, Qualys