Emirates Post Group to use Oracle’s cloud infrastructure for business growth

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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UAE’s official postal operator Emirates Post Group (EPG) will implement Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to support its rapid expansion as the Emirates’ primary postal and logistics services provider. 

EPG will be able to support its remote workforce, improve business supervision, planning and forecasting, and increase operational efficiency as the company expands and scales up its services in the region with Oracle Fusion Applications for finance, supply chain, and HR.

It owns several subsidiaries including Wall Street Exchange, a regional currency exchange provider, Electronic Documents Centre, a major digital printing business, and Emirates Post, the official postal services provider in the country.

With Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Emirates Post will be able to increase productivity, cut costs, and improve controls by unifying dozens of business systems on one enterprise-scale ERP solution.

Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain & Manufacturing (SCM) will help the company drive more efficient field service and support operations, while Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) will support the HR team by giving them a comprehensive view of all HR processes and easy access to company’s data, resulting in a more consistent and personalized employee experience.

Abdulla M. Al Ashram
Abdulla M Al Ashram
Group CEO – EPG

“Digital transformation is at the heart of Emirates Post Group’s strategy to drive growth across our platforms including e-commerce and logistics, financial services, and communications. Migrating our critical business processes from an on-premise platform to Oracle Fusion Application is a testament to our readiness to adopt the latest technology trends which will simplify our technological structure and increase the efficiency in our operations, and thereby meet our business needs.”

The organizations could use Oracle Fusion Applications to break down organizational barriers, standardize processes, and handle financial, supply chain, and HR data on a single integrated cloud platform.

“EPG is reinventing its offerings and operations to create a competitive advantage in the digital age. With powerful AI capabilities, a modern user experience and continuous innovation, Oracle Cloud Applications is best suited to help EPG achieve its objectives,” said Mr. Rahul Misra, Vice President, Business Applications, Lower Gulf, Oracle.

Oracle’s quarterly update cycle provides customers access to continuous innovation as new features are added every 90 days, without downtime or business disruption.

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