Save employees time by enabling them to complete tasks from Oracle EBS, such as submitting expense and PTO requests or completing a PO approval, alongside tasks from other enterprise systems in a single place.
Delight employees with a modern experience, built on top of Oracle EBS, that delivers personalized updates, important information, and one-click task completion—all without ever logging into Oracle.
Most Oracle EBS integration projects are costly and time consuming. Sapho’s patent-pending ETN (Extract, Transform, Notify) technology extracts only the necessary EBS objects for specific workflows and micro apps. For example, Sapho will query EBS twice a day for new Purchase Orders and Absence Requests. Such a tightly focused integration is very viable to accomplish in a short time.
Sapho includes micro apps with interesting events and functions so that modernizing EBS doesn’t have to start from scratch. Sapho’s pre-built micro app templates apps include employee trips submission and approval, absence request submission and approval, purchase order submission and approval, and an employee directory. Adding your own custom fields and logic to each of these micro apps is easy with Sapho’s modern tooling.
Many organizations have multiple ERP systems due to mergers, acquisitions, and independently operating subsidiaries. The challenge is that it is increasingly difficult to extract relevant information from these data silos, especially for global managers. Sapho solves this problem by aggregating interesting data changes and views from each source system and providing employees a single, consistent view into this data. With Sapho, significant shifts in financial reporting buried deep inside each ERP becomes an actionable push notification and approving things like purchase orders across multiple ERPs is done with a single click from one place.
Allowing users on the device of their choice to directly access EBS can upset carefully planned system provisioning. Sapho caches all relevant data using an on premises SQL 92 database, which can be secured according to existing policy. Users can then interact with EBS data from modern interfaces without impacting EBS performance.