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Trianz

Trianz is a client-oriented organization that provides an integrated set of Consulting, IT and BPO solutions, each enabled by innovative and proprietary global execution models. Trianz firmly believes that the flawless execution of business, technology and operational initiatives is a key ingredient of business success. And our mission is to partner with business leaders, who share the belief that Execution Matters. We understand top management vision and objectives, visualize business results and translate these to the execution of strategy using relevant technology and process outsourcing. Trianz commenced business in the year 2000 and has maintained a CAGR of over 30%. We have three offices worldwide; Bangalore, India; California, USA, and Tokyo, Japan.

Our Website: http://www.trianz.com/


Whitepaper: Oracle Service Agreements Conversion

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

In today�s business world, change is inevitable. Whether due to changes in the business or in business applications, systems are continuously being upgraded. Oracle Enterprise Application solutions are the most widely used applications to manage various business needs. The Oracle Service Contracts (�Oracle SC� or �OSC�) module provides a complete contract authoring execution solution to manage warranties, extended warranties, usage, subscription services, and complex service agreements. With OSC one can sell multiple types of services; define pricing and billing schedules; ensure timely service entitlement checks; automate renewals for recurring revenue opportunities; simplify change management; and minimize service revenue leakage.


Whitepaper: Authentication And Access Control

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

What is an access control? It could be a way to manage access to enterprise resources. If we go with the literal definition, access control is a mechanism to control the flow of information between subject and object where subject is always an active entity while object is a passive entity. In its broadest meaning, access control is a three-step process that includes identification, authentication, and authorization. In this white paper, the term authentication is used to represent both identification and authentication, and access control is used for authorization.


Whitepaper: Establishing Home Interoperability With Universal Plug And Play

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

The Universal Plug and Play protocol extends the simplicity of the Plug and Play peripheral model to include the entire network, enabling discovery and control of devices, including networked devices and services, such as network attached printers, Internet gateways, and consumer electronics equipment. It is designed to support zero-configuration �invisible� networking, so a device can dynamically join a network, obtain an IP address, convey its capabilities and learn about the presence and capabilities of other devices--all automatically. UPnP uses standard TCP/IP and internet protocols, enabling it to seamlessly fit into existing networks. A distributed, open network architecture, it is independent of any particular OS, programming language, or physical medium. UPnP does not specify the APIs the applications will use, allowing operating system vendors to create APIs that will meet their customers' needs.


Whitepaper: Merits Of Qt For Developing Imaging Applications UI

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

The graphical user interface (GUI) for applications is getting more intuitive in terms of ease of use, attention to details, and the experience offered to the user. Although RAD tools like Visual Basic are capable of creating user interfaces in quick time, the flexibility they provide is very poor in terms of customizing the visual effects of the user interface. In the process, the user experience is diminished. The Microsoft solution Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), which is built over Microsoft Visual C++, offers considerable support in building applications in Windows. Although MFC is ideal for Windows application development, building a complex and visually appealing GUI is very time consuming. Qt is the C++ framework for developing cross-platform software. The framework of Qt is built in a manner so that it can seamlessly get integrated with several different development platforms like Microsoft Visual C++. The Qt C++ framework has been at the heart of commercial applications since 1995. Qt is widely used by organizations such as Adobe, Boeing, Google, IBM, Motorola, NASA, and Skype, as well as by numerous smaller companies.


Whitepaper: Oracle Data Sharing And Security

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

In today�s business environment, where division of labor is present all around and tasks are highly specialized, it becomes imperative for any organization to make sure that users have access to data that is relevant only to them to carry out their specified task. Businesses have to make sure that not only the relevant data is available to the users but the data is also secure. This can become quite a challenging and complex job to manage, given that there are users at different levels of organization who require different levels of access, and there can be multiple systems that can be used to access data.


Whitepaper: Unleash The Power Of Oracle Configurator

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

Oracle�s E-Business Suite changes the way complex configuration rules are written to fulfill the customer needs through Oracle Configurator. For many years, Oracle Applications has provided a VB-based configurator developer for creating configuration rules and java based rules through functional companions but this functionality is limited. With the latest release, 11.5.10, more complex rules can be written through Constraint Definition Language (CDL), and more options are available for running the Configurator Extensions, popularly referred to as CX (which replaces functional companions).


Whitepaper: Oracle In Hi-Def: Unique iStore Implementation Enables Intellectual Property Marketplace

by TrianzSep 11, 2009

Silicon Image, HDMI co-founder, and HDMI LLC, administrator of annual fees and royalties for the industry standard, faced the daunting task of automating the processes for calculating, tracking, invoicing, and receiving annual fee and royalty payments from HDMI adopters. After toying with the idea of a custom application, Silicon Image teamed up with Oracle to generate ideas on how its applications could be leveraged to address this business issue. After coming up with the initial idea for iStore and Service Contracts as a solution, Trianz � a preferred Oracle Integration Partner � was brought in to expound on and round out the solution. Added to the solution set were TeleService for compliance and Install Base for royalties.