Integrate ERP and HCM scheduling activities in overall business processes
Apply advanced scheduling functionality to ERP tasks
Meet SLAs for business-critical processes
Tidal’s pre-built adapter for Oracle Cloud integrates your ERP and HCM scheduling tasks in the Tidal platform with no scripting required. The adapter connects with the Oracle embedded scheduler and Oracle Cloud ERP Integrations Services.
Our adapter works through Oracle’s API to take control of the activities in the embedded scheduler – ERP and HCM tasks are then seamlessly managed in Tidal with more advanced scheduling functionality than the native scheduler provides.
Automate time-based scheduling across global time zones
Define SLA policies and manage performance against SLAs
Leverage dozens of business and regional calendars out-of-the-box
Build dependencies with other application workflows or tasks
Use event-based automation in your schedules
Execute file transfers between Oracle Cloud ERP/HCM and other applications
Through the connection to Oracle Cloud ERP Integration Services, the adapter enables the Tidal platform to execute bulk data movement (import and export) with your ERP and HCM applications. Provide input files to be processed by the ERP or HCM and retrieve results files to use with other applications in your environment.
As ERP and HCM scheduling tasks are delegated to business and functional users, you can apply role-based access controls to grant privileges to just the capabilities they need and limit the parts of the schedule they are able to view and change. Tidal’s logging maintains a record of user actions and demonstrates you have the controls in place for critical systems to satisfy audit and compliance requirements.
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You can run Tidal on-prem or in the cloud. Regardless of where it’s hosted, Tidal runs workloads that are on-prem or in the cloud.