Case Study: CGI

Technical consultancy, implementing Oracle eBusiness Suite R12.1.3 HCM across more than 25 countries around the world.

With the implementation of a global shared services centre in Manilla, Philippines, we were engaged to give specific expert advice and guidance on the use of Oracle Workflow within the shared service centre environment, initially on a short-term basis to resolve issues which had come to light once the implementation had gone live. After delivering training to the technical team on Workflow best practice and problem solving, we worked with the off-shore team in India and the Philippines to resolve issues across the system. We developed a series of complex modules for reconciling payroll data between Oracle and a range of third-party payroll vendors across 28 countries to cut the number of discrepancies and maintain the Oracle system as the master across all environments. Working with HR staff in Europe, TS Fifteen delivered integration pieces to enable the Netherlands business unit to introduce a flexible benefits solution for all their employees.

TS Fifteen provided services to CGI for over three years as a preferred client.

Founded in 1976, CGI is one of the world’s largest independent IT and business process services companies, employing 65,000 professionals present in 400 locations across 40 countries, and generating revenues in 2015 in excess of CA$10 billion.

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