- May 19, 2016
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Blog
Ephlux and Oracle US have just signed an agreement for Oracle IoT Cloud early access program.
Ephlux is now one of the first few partners globally to be on the Early Access Program for Oracle IoT program. Ephlux has already integrated its flagship solution “Oracle Service Cloud for Consumer Electronics & Home Appliances” with Samsung’s SAMI IoT Cloud in the last quarter.
Now, we are in a process of integrating this solution with Oracle IoT Cloud and Oracle Policy Automation (OPA) Cloud. We are working closely with Oracle and Monad solutions – the go-to partner for OPA Cloud – to integrate an end-to-end solution for ‘Oracle Service Cloud for Consumer electronics and Home Appliances solution’, JD Edwards and other enterprise apps.
Following diagram provides a sneak peak to what we are up to:
Reach out to find out how Ephlux and Oracle can help you with your CX and enterprise IoT initiatives.
Ephlux is an agile consulting and technology services company that provides application, integration and marketing services that enhance customer experience.
We work with CX, marketing and IT teams to help them orchestrate customer-centric processes around people, services, channels and devices both on-prem and on the enterprise cloud and build touch-points including mobile, IoT, web, kiosk and social apps across the customer journey.
In addition to mobile, web and social apps, we have expertise on Oracle CX Cloud apps (Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle Marketing Cloud, Oracle Service Cloud), Oracle IoT Cloud, SAMSUNG IoT Cloud, Oracle PaaS, Adobe Marketing Cloud (Adobe CQ5 | Experience Manager), JD Edwards Business Services, JBoss ESB, WSO2 and enterprise integration services. We are Oracle gold partner specialized on Oracle CX Cloud app suite and are also partners with Adobe for their Adobe CQ5 (Experience Manager) / Marketing Cloud.
We have been working in the US, UK, KSA and Pakistan markets with clients including Disney, IKEA, PHILIPS, Johnson & Johnson, Gibson Guitars along with some very disruptive start-ups.