Abaris announces project launch of leading edge Oracle Technology at major fast food restaurant organization - San Diego, California, June 14, 2010
As a leader in Oracle technology and systems integration, Abaris completed its Oracle Applications, Release 12i, upgrade of technology for Jack in the Box, a leading Southern Californian fast food restaurant organization. Abaris continues to round out its portfolio of vertical technology experience, leveraged on new technology platforms offered from Oracle Corporation. Abaris proprietary methodology and approach for upgrading applications and databases allowed an aggressive roll out of new technology, while mitigating risk through its proven methodology. Included in the launch was Oracle's current triangle of enterprise business technology: Oracle Corporation's 11G Database, Real Application Clusters ("RAC"), and E-Business Suite Release 12i. This provided Abaris' client a technological foundation that will minimize the Total Cost of Ownership ("TCO"), while also providing a platform of scalability for future growth.
As Abaris completes this project, its portfolio includes branches of almost every major industry vertical. This allows Abaris to continue to grow its intellectual capital and competencies in an efficient manner. This experience across industry verticals allows increases in efficiencies and effectiveness in solution design. A wide breadth of industry experience also allows economies of scope, as solutions, ideas, and intellectual capital can jump across industry verticals through the one common denominator, Abaris.
About Jack in the Box
Jack in the Box Inc. (NASDAQ: JACK), based in San Diego, is a restaurant company that operates and franchises Jack in the Box® restaurants, one of the America's largest hamburger chains, with more than 2,200 restaurants in 18 states. Additionally, through a wholly owned subsidiary, the company operates and franchises Qdoba Mexican Grill®, a leader in fast-casual dining, with more than 500 restaurants in 42 states and the District of Columbia.
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