The City of Las Vegas has implemented Oracle BPEL Process Manager, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, to integrate various applications and business processes, as well as to provide a seamless user experience to city employees.
The city worked with Innowave, a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, on the implementation. The City of Las Vegas first used Oracle business process execution language (BPEL) Process Manager to streamline business processes within its water pollution control facility. The facility recently implemented Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management to enhance efficiencies in maintaining public assets and managing the respective city workforce.
The city used Oracle BPEL Process Manager to integrate the utilities solution with the Oracle E-Business Suite’s financial, human resources, payroll and purchasing applications, delivering a comprehensive view of the facility’s numerous infrastructure assets and enabling more strategic management decisions.
Fauerbach, enterprise project manager for City of Las Vegas, said: We have been looking for ways to become more efficient, increase employee proficiency and make improvements to the physical plant as we strive to economize wastewater management. Oracle BPEL Process Manager and Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management provided us the tools to do exactly that.