Upgrading from Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) 11i to R12.2.x is no easy task, and requires a substantial amount of time, manual effort, and resources. A major challenge is determining how best to circumvent the abundance of code changes required to ensure all custom objects are in compliance with R12.2.x standard. While there are numerous new features and functionalities available in R12.2.x, there is no one-size-fits-all solution that justifies replacing all of your existing customizations. Keeping this in mind, ennVee developed the ennAssist accelerator to enable customers to extend the longevity of their Oracle EBS investments, and make the 11i to R12.2.x upgrade process as painless as possible.
ennAssist accelerates Oracle E-Business Suite 11i to R12.2.x upgrades, re-implementations and patch deployments, and reduces up to 40% of total upgrade cost, time, and risk. ennAssist's built-in simulation engine automatically forecasts what will break, how to fix your custom code, makes all required code changes, and migrates all remediated custom objects to your target R12.2.x instance.
Manual Effort & Risk
Eliminate guesswork and 40% of the effort and risk associated with Oracle EBS R12 upgrades, meaning that your project is completed faster and with significantly less risk.
ennAssist maps all your system customizations and provides usage statistics for all custom and standard objects. This upgrade shows you exactly what will break and how to fix it, tells you what needs to be tested based on order of priority, and finally leverages our crowd sourced best practices.
We automate every aspect of the process, leading to less headaches, and a faster and cost-effective upgrade.
What custom code do we need to carry over during our R12.2 upgrade? What code will break? How do we fix it? ennAssist automates each phase of the upgrade process to eliminate labor-intensive and costly R12.2 upgrades.
ennAssist's run-time simulation engine runs the custom code on Oracle EBS R12.2, which shows you what will break, how to fix it, and what to test.