Case Study: Parexel

Functional and Technical Consultancy to correct Workflow defects and issues

Recognised for our Workflow expertise, TS Fifteen were approached to help the client review the current implementation of a series of complex process flows within Oracle Financials, which led to rebuilding the process from the beginning. Working within Oracle Purchasing and Projects, we led the analysis, redesign, build, testing and go-live for a range of approval processes and other complex business flows. With the successful implementation of the approvals processes, TS Fifteen were asked to give expert advice and guidance on document scanning and process automation using Kofax as part of the Accounts Payable (AP) processing of invoices.

PAREXEL International is a multinational life sciences consulting firm. It conducts clinical trials on behalf of its pharmaceutical clients to expedite the drug approval process. It is the second largest clinical research organization in the world and has helped develop approximately 95% of the 200 top-selling biopharmaceuticals on the market today. PAREXEL operate in more than 50 countries, and employs over 18,000 members of staff.

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