The asset management industry in the U.S. grapples with the meticulous task of overseeing extensive portfolios, ensuring optimal performance, and achieving long-term asset sustainability. KS2 Technologies empowers asset managers with Oracle ERP and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), offering advanced tools for real-time asset tracking, predictive maintenance, and strategic investment planning. These solutions enable a comprehensive view and management of assets, optimizing their use, enhancing their value, and ensuring they contribute effectively to business growth and stability.
Asset Lifecycle Management
Data Analytics & Reporting
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Oracle ERP Solutions
Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne solutions, adeptly utilized by KS2 Technologies, provide a robust platform that addresses the core needs of asset-intensive industries. The suite includes modules for asset lifecycle management, real estate and property management, and equipment maintenance—each designed to maximize asset utilization and extend their life. By integrating JD Edwards solutions into asset management strategies, KS2 ensures that clients can maintain asset integrity, control costs, and adapt to the ever-changing market demands with agility and foresight.
Oracle Cloud Solutions
With the implementation of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, KS2 Technologies delivers a secure, scalable, and resilient cloud environment tailored to the asset management sector. OCI supports the deployment of advanced analytics for financial forecasting and risk assessment, as well as IoT for real-time asset monitoring and blockchain for asset verification and transaction security. KS2's strategic application of OCI technologies provides asset managers with the capabilities needed to navigate the complexities of asset management, from operational efficiency to regulatory compliance and reporting.
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OCI Lift & Shift
Facing cost and performance challenges, RectorSeal transitioned to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with KS2 Technologies. This move addressed issues like costly resources, frequent downtime, and limited scalability, leveraging OCI's cost-effective and scalable solutions.
The shift involved upgrading to enterprise licensing and rearchitecting for improved performance, introducing high availability, and disaster recovery capabilities. This strategic transition to OCI marked a significant step in enhancing RectorSeal's operational efficiency and readiness for future tech advancements.