Nexllence has moved its core facility systems to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, helping its customers better manage drug orders, inventory and logistics.
Glintt, is an IT services multinational with more than 1,100 employees and a base of about 10,500 customers in various industries in Europe, Africa and South America. Specializing in services for healthcare clients, including almost 5,000 Hospitals, Clinics and Pharmacies in Portugal alone, Glintt launched Nexllence, which focuses on developing premium technology solutions for organizations that will lead the digital future.
As Nexllence, Powered by Glintt, sought to launch new drug storage and delivery services to an increasing number of healthcare customers globally, our number of disjointed on-premises applications and multiple infrastructure providers made it difficult to run and launch new services.
“Among the best features of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is the ease with which it connects with other clouds, and with very favorable costs. I consider Oracle far ahead of other vendors.”
Pedro Dinis, Unit Leader of Middleware and APIS – Nexllence, powered by Glintt
Why Nexllence chose Oracle
Requiring greater flexibility and operational capabilities, we chose to move away from our previous IT strategy.
Thus, we chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to manage all our main local business systems for the management of drug inventories and logistics services. We chose the OCI taking into account its specialized support teams, built-in security policies and superior integration capability with different clouds.
Since we migrated our business-critical workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, we’ve achieved 40% more efficiency, and through OCI out-of-the-box services, we’ve achieved greater control over the infrastructure environment. This has helped us develop new services faster, as well as optimize our computing, networking, security and storage capabilities.
This increased control has also enabled us to better manage all associated costs and project deadlines. In this way, we can manage resources as a single unit with more immediacy, eliminating the need for numerous internal meetings and accelerating decision-making.
In addition, when we started the migration of the priority project, the first goal was to migrate the entire cross-sectional integration layer to the OCI. This project was completed in record time, with zero stop time. Overall, central migration took only two months.
“One of the biggest additional values that OCI brings is the ease with which it naturally interconnects, and with very favorable costs,”says Pedro Dinis, Unit Manager of Middleware and APIS management at Nexllence, powered by Glintt.
Because your OCI and Microsoft Azure environments are interoperable, at Nexllence we use both clouds to support tier-one drug and healthcare-focused projects with superior price and performance.
“We are much better at predicting oci costs, which helps our customers accelerate their decision making. Many times we had three, four, if not ten meetings on the price. It’s over.”
Pedro Dinis, Unit Manager of Middleware and APIS, Nexllence Powered by Glintt