Founded in 2001, Infosemantics, a global professional services company, is an Oracle Gold Partner and assists enterprises in migrating their IT applications to the cloud. The company supports cloud adoption by amalgamating on-premise EBS on the cloud with software as a service (SaaS) modules utilizing infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS). Infosemantics brings senior subject matter experts adept at implementing, supporting, and maintaining earlier releases of Oracle EBS through Release 12.
The company’s application database administrators are familiar with the intricacies and optimization of the Oracle RDBMS starting from Oracle 7.x to the latest 12c release with WebLogic Suite. Infosemantics also has expertise in multiple technologies for high availability including Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC) implementations.
With extensive experience and specialization in Oracle EBS, Business Intelligence (BI), cloud applications, big data solutions, and managed remote services, Infosemantics has acquired a vast client base across federal, state, and local government, higher education institutions, and multinational corporations. Infosemantics’ management and core consulting team is comprised of a group of individuals that have collaboratively worked together for over 15 years, and who are committed to ensuring client success.
One of the projects that Infosemantics took over from one of the Big5 Systems Integrators speaks volumes of its on-time project delivery. The project was for a Fortune 500 software company that wanted to implement a large corporate Oracle EBS and deploy a BI system, while maintaining multiple legacy systems for roughly 20 offices across APAC, EMEA, and the Americas. Infosemantics provided a team of 15 senior professionals, local to the software company’s U.S. and Singapore offices, to kick-off a review and planning phase to understand the status of the project. Following the planning phase, the team delved into the local statutory and reporting requirements of different locations and advised the company on the use of various methods of local language support. Based on the results of these sessions and necessary documentation, Infosemantics’ team of technical professionals led a series of conference room pilots in California, Europe, South America, and Asia. The Infosemantics team achieved go-live within 15 months, which was originally targeted for 24 months by the Big5 Systems Integrators. While working with Infosemantics, the client, with the help of its over 3,400 employees served more than 100,000 customers worldwide that generated revenue of $850 million.
“We want to continue building products to satisfy our customers and keep working with talented individuals while maintaining a good work-life balance,” states Thota. Regarding the future of Infosemantics, he sees significant growth in defense and public sectors, opportunities within the commercial industry, and an expanded footprint in the Asian and Australian regions.