In a world that is consumed in digital transformation, organizations are on the lookout for technology partners that not only offer functionally rich business solutions but also have strong business acumen. Serving medium and large organizations from a wide variety of industries in more than 25 countries is EDISA, an Oracle-based business solutions provider. EDISA helps companies build customer-focused, intelligent, automated and event-driven enterprises. The company’s comprehensive business solution, Libra, provides organizations with all the tools necessary for across-the-board digitization and automation of processes and information flow.
Built natively on the latest Oracle tools (Database, Application Server, BI Publisher, ADF, etc), Libra offers additional components that are developed in accordance with the market requirements in different regions of the world. EDISA has paid special attention to equipping Libra with great functionality within the standard package. “Unlike the other solutions in the market that depend upon integration with external applications for different use cases, we offer a robust set of applications as part of our core offering,” says Carlos Suárez Rey, CEO of EDISA. Libra has over 25 fully integrated modules that include ERP, CRM, warehouse management system (WMS), business intelligence (BI), and business process management (BPM), among others. The solution also incorporates tools that are capable of defining complex structures at the fiscal level (holding companies, group balance sheets), organizational level (divisions, plants, warehouses) and accounting level (cash pooling, consolidated accounts).
Unlike the other solutions in the market that depend upon integration with external applications for different use cases, we offer a robust set of applications as part of our core offering
Additionally, organizations located globally or operating across borders can benefit from the platform by virtue of its ability to be configured and customized according to different languages, currencies, time zones, documentation, regulatory and legal requirements and tax systems. Libra can adapt to clients’ requirements owing to its compatibility with standard solutions and seamless upgrading.
In the recent years, EDISA’s R&D efforts have focused mainly on improving the usability of the product through touch interfaces on mobile devices, all while facilitating integration with other systems and progressing towards a highly automated operating model. As an outcome of the R&D, EDISA has developed a framework for the personalization of Libra that allows the client to adjust the functionality of the solution to their unique needs without compromising on the standard program. With a large number of clients opting for updates to the latest versions of both EDISA’s products and the Oracle components, EDISA’s framework proves advantageous as it guarantees technological continuity. As the gold partner of Oracle, EDISA also distributes Oracle technology in an embedded mode within Libra, which greatly facilitates its deployment. “With rich performance and functionality that are superior to the leading business software available in the market today, EDISA is one of the leading solutions in the market to the growing demand for a comprehensive business solution,” extols Suárez Rey.
Libra helps clients homogenize their processes across all the international affiliates, giving control on a group-wide level. In addition, Libra has a proven record of being reliable, practical, and efficient to maintain the traceability of business processes. Some of EDISA’s clients with over 20 years of association with them have seen consistent growth and have benefited from the optimum usage of the internal resources in driving business results.
EDISA provides e-invoicing, accounting, and payroll integration for all the countries in which it operates. Suárez Rey says that they have reached a high level of specialization in over 30 business sectors in several countries. In recent years, the organization has demonstrated its value proposition in Latin America and is now aspiring to make its presence felt in the U.S.