Application modernisation with Oracle E-Business Suite and Cloud Infrastructure

October 18, 2021


Navitas is an Australian company that pioneered an innovative university partnership model of education in Perth in 1994. Now a leading global education provider, it has built an extensive network of 130+ colleges and campuses in 31 countries across Australia, New Zealand, North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. 


Navitas relies on a strong IT backbone to keep its complex global operation running, but the existing on-premise platform, supported by a small global team, was aging. The procurement and finance application was hosted on-premise creating administrative overheads and obligations, an inability to access new functionality, and poor performance. Needing to increase the disaster recovery (DR) capability of these key applications, and with the Oracle® E-Business Suite (EBS) nearing end of life meaning without an upgrade limited support options would be available, Navitas sought a more modern approach.

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“We now have a stable platform that gives us some fantastic opportunities to innovate. We affected this quantum change to our business with minimal impact, and it’s provided the framework for doing things more efficiently than previously. I’m excited about that,”Ben Dansie Group Finance Systems and Process Manager, Navitas

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