Carbon Scales Business Efficiencies with Oracle Cloud Applications
Oracle empowers Carbon to push the limits of what was previously “unmakeable”
Redwood Shores, Calif.—Sep 27, 2017
Carbon (Carbon, Inc.), the Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company, is leveraging Oracle Cloud Applications to support its hyper growth and international expansion. With Oracle Cloud Applications, Carbon has been able to take advantage of a complete and fully integrated suite of cloud applications to increase business agility and reduce IT complexity. In just six months, Oracle Cloud Applications have enabled Carbon to reduce its close cycle from 28 days to 7, and to improve processes in almost every function.
“The potential of our Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS) technology is vast, but we knew we couldn’t successfully grow our business without a secure, scalable and connected suite of modern applications,” said Chris Hutton, director of business operations and international, at Carbon. “With Oracle, we have been able to future-proof our business operations and the results we have achieved in just six months have been really impressive.”
To support its rapid growth both domestically and globally, Carbon deployed Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud, Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud, Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud and Oracle Service Cloud. Oracle ERP Cloud has given Carbon a consolidated view of its global operations, utilizing standardized and streamlined business processes, and provided the financial platform needed to scale. Oracle HCM Cloud has helped Carbon find and retain the talent it needs to meet its growing business demands. Simultaneously, Oracle SCM Cloud has enabled Carbon to transform supply chain operations to gain greater insight into the distribution of parts and products. Finally, Oracle Service Cloud has enabled Carbon to streamline its customer service experience to quickly address urgent customer needs and optimize the customer experience.
“Carbon is one of the most innovative businesses in the world and its unique technology is helping deliver on the promise of 3D manufacturing,” said Steve Miranda, executive vice president, applications development at Oracle. “With Oracle Cloud Applications, Carbon has been able to streamline business processes across organizational development, manufacturing, finance, and services. As Carbon continues to partner with major brands and scale its business, we will be able to support its changing demands through the world’s largest and fastest-growing suite of cloud applications.”
Carbon, the Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company, was founded in 2013. Working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science, Carbon is delivering on the promise of additive manufacturing, allowing commercial partners to go beyond basic prototyping to start producing at scale. Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis™ technology (DLS) was introduced simultaneously at TED 2015 and to the scientific community on the cover of Science Magazine (Science, March 2015). To date, Carbon has received $221 million in funding. Carbon’s investors include Autodesk, BMW, GE Ventures, GV, Nikon, Northgate Capital, Sequoia Capital and Silver Lake Partners. For more information, please visit Carbon3D.com or follow @Carbon on Twitter and Instagram.
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