June 17, 2014 5:49:53 pm
Cox & Kings, one of the oldest established travel company today announced the completion of its implementation of Oracle WebCenter Content in order to streamline the management of its enterprise-wide unstructured content.
With the travel industry booming, Cox & Kings was seeing unprecedented growth in the amount of unstructured content that was being generated both internally and externally through e-mails, documents, reports, presentations, images, audio and video files among other information. With Oracle WebCenter Content, Cox & Kings employees are now able to better manage content as a strategic asset and integrate it into other enterprise applications and business processes. Over 1,000 employees across all major functions, including HR, finance, marketing, sales, and legal are now using the solution to do their jobs better.
“We see a clear opportunity to create value through better management and use of unstructured content. We needed a platform that was comprehensive, simple, pre-integrated and future-proof, and found that only Oracle WebCenter Content checked all these boxes,” said Viral Gandhi, Chief Information Officer, Cox & Kings. “Overall, this deployment is strategically aligned with our corporate vision and is expected to pay rich dividends over a long period”, he added.
We are very happy that Cox & Kings found Oracle WebCenter Content as the best choice for their business among the many options available, and we are confident that this deployment will generate a lot of value for Cox & Kings,” said Sanjay Gupta, Vice President, Fusion Middleware, Oracle India.
Oracle WebCenter Content provides organisations with a unified repository to house unstructured content, and deliver it to business users in the desirable format. It is the most complete and open Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform that enables organisations to integrate and implement a solution with the lowest total cost of ownership.
Pupul Dutta James
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