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Worthington Industries Case Study

Worthington Industries is a global, multi-site industrial manufacturing organization. As North America’s premier steel processor for the last 60 years, they provide customers with a wide range of capabilities, products and services for the automotive, construction and agriculture industries.

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Worthington Industries acquired an Engineered Cabs division that lacked a sound technology solution. To maintain safety and supply chain visibility, Worthington needed to integrate their existing E-Business Suite solution (EBS) to the newly acquired division. The advanced integration platform of EBS R12 ensured that the newly acquired division would be folded in seamlessly and provides much needed visibility to global supply chain activities.

The CSS Approach

CSS leveraged out-of-the-box functionality within EBS along with standard best practices to quickly get the new division up and running. By deploying Worthington’s 21 modules within EBS throughout their three business units, CSS provided them solutions footprint they needed. Minimizing customizations using standard functionality in EBS R12 provided them a fully leveraged solution that will grow and scale if additional acquisitions are in the future. And with release 12, Worthington has a robust platform to add Cloud solutions to their footprint.


Integrating EBS R12 allowed Worthington to solve their technology issues and gave them visibility to inventory, supply chain, purchasing, planning and transportation within their new division.

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    21 modules across three business units

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    Prepared for Cloud integration

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    Zero customizations

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    Critical supply chain integration and visibility

CSS brought expertise and capabilities that we didn’t have. They didn't come in with a cookie cutter approach, they listened to us and made this project successful.

- Matt Schlabig, Vice President and CIO