DTE Energy upgraded their train scheduling system, known as Automated Rail Receipts (ARR) application, from Oracle Forms 6i to 11g, in order to enhance and integrate their application with ADF. Leveraging the ADF calendar component, PITSS was able to design a user-interface that integrates seamlessly with the existing ARR Oracle Forms application running on Fusion Middleware 11g. By enabling end-users to utilize state-of-the-art web functionality, like drag & drop and mobile device accessibility, productivity was significantly increased for their existing business processes.
Menâ€™s Wearhouse converted their Tuxedo Rental Oracle Forms application to the latest release: Oracle Forms11g. Menâ€™s Wearhouse has about 700 Forms modules and 300 Reports that have been converted from Version 6i to 11g. In this conversion Menâ€™s Wearhouse were aided by Oracle partner PITSS, who used their tool PITSS.CON, to automate the upgrade in a fraction of the time it would have taken to convert manually.
PITSS America, the Oracle Forms and Reports experts, have helped Hutchinson Port Holdings (HPH) to further profit from their existing applications by proficiently converting all Oracle Forms applications to the latest release Oracle Forms 11g. HPH has about 2500 Forms modules that have been converted from Oracle Forms 6i to 11g in only 4 days using the PITSS reduced risk migration software PITSS.CON.
Power South Energy Cooperative, headquartered in Andalusia, Ala., is an electricity generation and transmission (G&T) cooperative. Power Southâ€™s field inspectors needed a way to take photographs, collect GPS coordinates, and fill out reports in the field without a laptop. This project was an Oracle Forms modernization effort that would provide support for offline work and data synchronization. Power South chose Oracle ADF Mobile as the development platform for the project because it offered simplified mobile development and easy integration with native device features providing field inspectors with all the functionality required on a mobile tablet. Not only does the application collect rich coordinate and photographic data, it ensures high data quality through an excellent user interface built with an iterative design approach. Power Southâ€™s inspectors now do their work faster and with higher data integrity, leading to more reliable reporting and business intelligence. Power Southâ€™s internal team is better prepared to support tablet (iOS) technology going forward.
SV Informatik is carrying out essential modernization projects to better support the business processes of an insurance company with an innovative IT solution. The new solution uses web services that allow interfacing with external third-party services such as lightning and storm enquiries to a weather service for the investigation of insurance claims. The integration of new web services into the existing application entails risks if the impact of the system changes is unknown. Performance problems and loss of functionality could be the result, with possible long and difficult recovery as the consequence.
With the analysis functionality of the PITSS.CON tool, all the modules affected by an application change can be detected, evaluated and edited in advance. This ensures SV Informatik has no costly surprises during their modernization projects.