Partex Star Group, one of Bangladesh’s largest enterprises, has successfully moved its on-premises ERP environment to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
This project took only a month to complete and fulfill the organization’s mission to adopt the cloud in order to drive operational efficiencies and business growth, said a press release.By moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, the organisation is achieving greater performance, control and governance as well as the scale, elasticity and the cost-savings that come with public cloud.
Partex Star Group has over 10,000 direct employees and more than 25 industrial and outlets in consumer goods, furniture, textile and the IT sector, with plans to further expand.
With the need for greater performance to support its growing operations, as well as the desire to add new disaster recovery capabilities, the organisation selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
“We are an organization with varying business needs. We needed a cloud platform that could scale with us but without significant investment,” said Mohammad Zahirul Islam, Group Chief Information Officer of Partex Star Group.
“Oracle Cloud is enabling organizations across the world to rapidly expand their operations and innovate to keep pace with constant change,” said Nilantha Brito, Sales Director (Cloud Platform Group), Oracle SAGE. “By leveraging Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Partex Group will see faster return on investment. They will enjoy the benefits of a true enterprise cloud, which will continue to support their ongoing business growth.”
Softline, Sri Lanka a Gold member, part of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, implemented the solution for the Partex Star Group.