Providing seamless integration of JD Edwards configured sales orders with CPQ Cloud for Focal Point Lights – US fastest growing architectural lighting manufacturer.
At Focal Point, we’re bringing it all to light with beautiful, efficient luminaires that stand the test of time, human-centric technology solutions, and a commitment to being easy to do business with. As a family owned, vertically integrated, Chicago based architectural lighting manufacturer, Focal Point prides itself on delivering exceptional products and services to those who specify and install our luminaires. Focal Point controls the process from conceptual design, to engineering, to manufacturing, through to shipping. As a result, they provide superior quality, customization capabilities, and quick answers, all from right here, in the middle of America.
Focal Point Lights, as a vertically integrated manufacturer, provides its customers with extensive customization capabilities for their lighting infrastructure, hence their need to have an enterprise-grade Configure-Price-Quote solution for which they opted for Oracle CPQ Cloud. Until they seamlessly integrated the complex custom designs configured, priced and quoted on the CPQ Cloud with their JD Edwards configured Sales Order entry process, they couldn’t actually realize the benefit of an enterprise-grade CPQ solution. This is exactly where Focal Point Lights were at when they reached out to Ephlux for help.
Ephlux has a strong background and multiple success stories of integrating CRM and CPQ applications with JD Edwards configured sales orders and cascaded manufacturing work orders. Using our strong domain expertise, Ephlux got right into action and helped get the project off the ground. Using a fine balance of combining custom and standard Business Services (BSSVs) Ephlux provided an optimized solution for an integrated CPQ Configured Sales Order Entry.
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Whether you’re looking for a real-time integration of your JD Edwards with a cloud-based CRM, e-commerce applications, 3rd party tax solutions, mobile apps, shipment carriers like DHL, Fedex or UPS, SOA middleware or any 3rd party application either on-prem or on the cloud, Ephlux gives you a big headstart.
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Date: Oct 24th
Time: 8 am – 4 pm
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NRH Health published an insightful piece in Jan 2019 highlighting the 3 predictions for patient experience in 2019 as follows:
1. Patient experience and marketing will move closer together
2. Proactivity will rule the day
3. Health leaders will put less emphasis on quantitative measures of satisfaction
PX Pulse team believes that as 2020 draws closer all 3 are converging towards one central theme of keeping a proactive pulse of the patient experience. Quoting from the original article at NRH Health (full article here)
Like in other industries, marketing has shifted away from large big ticket campaigns towards the brand creating micro-moments-of-truth for its consumers across their journey.
Being able to predict, personalize and pro-act in those “moments” is more applicable for health consumers than it is for any product or service.
So, not just that patient experience will keep getting closer to marketing, but more so in a predictive, personalized and proactive manner and the brand will turn into a vehicle that orchestrates such personalized patient experiences at scale.
This brings us to the third prediction that putting emotions and compassion before the scores is increasingly going to be critical.
As any consumer marketer worth his salt would tell you – the best marketing is the one that touches your customer’s real emotions. In no other industry are the emotions more heightened, more relevant and more determinant to the future relationship with the provider than they are in healthcare.
Going back to the point that the ability of creating personalized and proactive micro-moments-of-truth through predictive analytics is going to be the winner.
Creating such experiences at scale would need a framework that can let the care providers predict those experiences, proactively intervene and seamlessly collaborate on them as one team, and integrate them with the system of record i.e. EHRs.
While you’re thinking about it, I’ll leave you with this video to help visualize that in quick 45 seconds: