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Headquartered in the US, GoSaaS Inc. enables high-tech manufacturing, life sciences and CPG companies to create value for their stakeholders. Our intelligent technologies and consulting portfolio encompasses Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Internet of Things (IoT) and Supply Chain Management solutions. As a top Oracle partner, we specialize in on-premise to cloud migration, implementation, training and value-added apps development and integration services. GoSaaS has deep technical expertise in Oracle PaaS and IaaS. Learn more, www.gosaas.io
GoStart are best practices industry templates developed by GoSaaS to speed up the cloud implementation process. GoSaaS provides a predefined application configuration that can be loaded quickly into the customer's cloud environment.
There are 2 editions of GoStart, the Basic edition and the Enterprise edition.
To learn more about the product, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/gostart#
The GoSaaS Read-only portal enables your company's allied group and key internal users to view current product data in a secure and searchable portal. The portal allows for referencing to real-time data entities like BOMs, documents, change records, and CAD drawings to ensure fruitful collaboration and top-notch product quality at minimal cost and time.
To learn more about the Read-only portal, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/read-only-portal
The GoSaaS Archiver allows you to store your historical product data in a secure and searchable portal. The portal enables navigation of the historical data in a context-aware fashion that maintains references to all related data entities like BOMs, documents, change records, and CAD drawings.
To learn more about the GoSaaS Archiver, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/gosaas-archiver
GoSaaS Power Tools are a set of functionalities created especially for Oracle Product Lifecycle Management Cloud to fasten and optimize workflow. There are 3 versions of this functionality:
- Workflow Manager: It is used in assigning a particular change to particular users in a firm. The approval of these users is essential for the workflow.
- Security Manager: It is used to ensure that a particular item is visible to restricted personnel.
- BOM Manager: It ensures that the change orders with correct updates can be created to make mass changes in item structures.
To learn more about the product, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/power-tools
GoSaaS Inspection Management (GIM) provides an enhanced experience for creating and managing inspection plans as well as creating individual inspections from those plans. It helps our client to thoroughly inspect all their products, its parts and subparts.
These inspection plans are structured plans created in PD which consist of inspection plan characteristics. To ensure inspection of the products at every step, GIM has three types of inspection plans:
- Receiving Inspection - The inspection that is used for the subparts received to build the final product
- Work In Progress Inspection - The inspection performed during the process of the manufacturing of the finished product
- Finished Goods Inspection - The final inspection performed on the final product
To learn more about GIM, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/inspection-management
The GoSaaS Migrator is deployed on-premise and automates the tedious and expensive process of transferring your information, configurations or data such as change order details, from legacy systems such as Agile PLM to Oracle PLM Cloud. The GoSaaS Migrator guarantees utmost accuracy so you can make the right decisions with the right information at all times.
To learn more about GoSaaS Migrator, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/migrator
Synchronize your system’s data for a smooth business workflow between all systems.
To learn more about GoSaaS Integrator, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/gosaas-integrator
Track and record employee training in a centralized platform to ensure your employees are well-trained & up-to-date with company essentials.
To learn more about GoSaaS Employee Training System, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/employee-training-system
Comply with health & environmental regulations in an easy and systemized manner while keeping your team and the suppliers in the loop throughout.
To learn more about EG&C, download our datasheet. https://www.gosaas.io/oraclecloudplm/environmental-governance-compliance
“GoSaaS hit the project timelines and the budgetary estimates that we agreed on in the beginning.”
GoSaaS helped a telecommunications company implement Oracle Agile PLM into their system. They added new attributes to the tool for automation and functionality, and they provided expert consultation.
“GoSaaS hit the project timelines and the budgetary estimates that we agreed on in the beginning.”
Apr 28, 2021
GoSaaS finished the project on time and on budget. The system was fully functional after the implementation. The team was a subject matter expert, and they offered open communication about the development. Clients can expect a savvy and accommodative partner with great development skills.
A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.
Introduce your business and what you do there.
I’m a quality assurance manager for an inflight telecommunications company. We primarily focus on inflight connectivity and entertainment options.
What challenge were you trying to address with GoSaaS?
Our engagement with GoSaaS was mainly focused on implementing the Oracle Agile product lifecycle management (PLM) application into our system.
What was the scope of their involvement?
GoSaaS helped us with the scripting automation needs for our system. They implemented Oracle Agile PLM and helped us add 10 new attributes to the tool. They also provided answers to our questions and insight into the background functionality.
Now, the Oracle Agile PLM application allows us to automatically assign and process workflow tasks through the system. This helps us eliminate the manual redundancies and resource constraints that are part of the system’s administration.
What is the team composition?
We worked with four people from GoSaaS on this project. One was an account manager who handled our account. This person was our main point of contact for whatever we needed to work on. The other three people were our support for programming, and they helped us with architectural and design development.
How did you come to work with GoSaaS?
I took over this role almost 12 months ago. Before that, GoSaaS had been working for our company on other projects. My predecessor worked with them in the past and had a good experience.
Additionally, as the Oracle Agile PLM is a relatively unique system, it doesn’t have a lot of users, and it isn’t hugely deployed. Other people within the industry that use the tool recommended GoSaaS for the project. They were also recommended to us by a third-party provider.
How much have you invested with them?
We spent around $15,000 on this project.
What is the status of this engagement?
This project began in September 2020, and it was completed in December 2020. Currently, we’re standing at a new Oracle Agile PLM environment, and GoSaaS is being subcontracted through our third-party supplier to do data extraction and to clean and populate the new database.
What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
The two greatest goals were accomplished: the time and the budget. GoSaaS hit the project timelines and the budgetary estimates that we agreed on in the beginning — that was good.
We had a cross-functional team that tested and reviewed the end product. We didn’t have any issues with the work that GoSaaS provided — everything was perfect.
The attributes they added have helped us meet regulatory requirements. As we work in the aerospace industry, we work under the guise of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). GoSaaS was able to set up, within the Oracle Agile PLM, some additional attributes that allowed us to identify which software needed to be certified through the FAA and which one didn’t.
How did GoSaaS perform from a project management standpoint?
When the project kicked off, we were provided with a resource that worked with us on a weekly basis. They provided us with updates and helped us move along — they were considered a subject matter expert. In a lot of the project’s areas, we didn’t have the skill set within our company to think about the big questions. I was impressed with GoSaaS' capacity of facilitating and anticipating the questions that we needed to ask and the items that we needed to consider to make sure that the end product met our expectations.
What did you find most impressive about them?
GoSaaS stands behind their work. When I stepped into the role, I was trying to bring myself up to speed with the development work and the customization that had been done to the tool, and there was a lot of internal research within the company that could provide that information. However, I reached out to GoSaaS to see if they could explain to me some of the implementations, help me understand what had been done and what hadn’t, and told me what was in the pipeline. They were really open and took me in to explain some of the activities and customizations they’d done — I was really grateful for that. They helped me understand the system and bring myself up to speed a lot faster than if it would have been just me trying to figure out the information I had available.
Are there any areas they could improve?
If GoSaaS was based in the Midwest, it would be a lot easier to work with them because the time difference sometimes complicated our work. However, I don’t think that’s a realistic request. Other than that, there’s nothing they could improve on — they fully met and exceeded our expectations.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
When you go through the project, a lot of the internal stakeholders change some of the requirements. Even though GoSaaS was very accommodating with that, I recommend taking the time to make sure you have internal alignment and be clear about the requirements before engaging with them.