Union Galva Steel automates accounting systems with Oracle E-Business Suite
By SMBWorld Asia Editors | Dec 23, 2011
Union Galvasteel Corporation (UGC), a Phinma Company and manufacturer of galvanized sheets for roofing applications, has selected the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 to streamline business processes across its nationwide business units while also achieving rapid value in the company’s IT investment.
The Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 provides a flexible, scalable and reliable global business platform that is expected to deliver high availability and the integration needed to lower operational cost, increase productivity and support the company’s growth and expansion.
The half-year implementation will also include Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 Financials which will help to enable UGC to improve efficiency and reduce back-office costs with standardized processes for shared services, productivity tools, and integrated performance management; and work securely with a holistic approach to compliance and risk management.
This project will be deployed by iOM Philippines, a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork. (OPN).
“The benefits of choosing the Oracle E-Business Suite became very clear to us - timely, accurate, error-free information is important in today’s fast moving environment,” said Victor J. Del Rosario, vice-chairman and CEO, Union Galvasteel Corporation. “Oracle solutions will allow more efficient customer service, better order management and faster servicing of orders.“
Union Galvasteel Corporation is one of the pioneers in the manufacturing of galvanized sheets for roofing applications. Formerly named Bacnotan Steel Corporation, it has since its inception in 1963, continuously grew and emerged as one of the nation’s pillars in the industry. Its leading brand Union Galvasteel pre-painted coils and sheets and zinc-coated heavy gage products for commercial and industrial applications are the preferred choice of developers, architects, contractors, and homeowners. Its nationwide distribution network is unmatched allowing distributions lead-time to the shortest possible periods.