Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-04-01 Email Print
Dossiers: Though iExpenses performs basic functions, some customers say that if it weren't for the link to its larger cousin, Oracle Financials, iExpenses would be riding the bench.& Company Info">
Reference Checks & Company Info
City of Las Vegas
Project: City office, which handles only a small number of employee reimbursements, is running Oracle 11.5 and Expense Express. Is looking to upgrade to the "i" suite of applications (including iExpenses) when it goes to 11i next year.
John I. Haas
VP, Information Solutions
Project: Yakima, Wash.-based agricultural company has been running versions of Oracle since 1996.
VP, Finance, Business Applications
Project: The franchising conglomerate has been running 11.5.5 internally since April 2002. Despite using several other Oracle modules, the firm has only just recently begun to evaluate iExpenses, but hasn't gotten very far into it.
Supervisor, Corporate Administration
Project: The North American natural-gas utility is rolling out Oracle 11i across the company, but opted for Necho NavigatER 6e instead of iExpenses.
Wilson Learning Corp.
Project: Nationwide performance-improvement instructor began on Oracle with HR module in 1999; installed iExpenses in February 2002 without evaluating other options. Upgrading to 11i later this year.
(650) 571-7270 x301
Project: California wine retailer is running a full deployment of Oracle Small Business Suite 8.6, including iExpenses.
Executives listed here are all users of Oracle software. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
500 Oracle Parkway
Redwood Shores, CA 94065
Ronald A. Wohl
Executive VP, Applications Development
Responsible for developing the line of applications that includes financials, manufacturing, distribution, business productivity and human resources. Before arriving in 1986, was a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group.
VP, Applications Development, Financial Applications
With Oracle for 10 years, he's responsible for all areas of the Oracle Financials development lifecycle.
Internet Expenses is an online module, and part of the Oracle E-Business Suite. Oracle suggests better results if you are already deploying its Financials and Payables modules. iExpenses supports multi-currency transactions, global tax requirements, and both statement download and direct payment to charge cards.