SPL Consulting Makes Associate Director Promotion, Names Him Employee of the Year

The company said Prabhakara Srinivas Malladi's promotion and award acknowledge his significant expertise in enterprise project management, focused on designing and implementing Oracle- and Cloud-based technologies to improve business functions and enhance efficiency.

SPL Consulting Inc., a Southlake-based global business solution and enterprise resource planning systems provider, announced the promotion of Prabhakara Srinivas Malladi to associate director and recognized him with the company’s 2022 Employee of the Year Award.

“Prabhakara Srinivas Malladi exemplifies the outstanding character, dedication and leadership SPL values in an employee. He’s the standard by which all other SPL employees are measured,” Phillip Schweichler, director of sales and operations at SPL Consulting, said in a statement. “Over the last year, he’s been the bedrock of our delivery practice. Day in and day out, he’s always there to support all our SPL employees and clients, 24/7, and he is generous in sharing his vast knowledge to mentor our junior employees.”

The company said Malladi’s promotion and award acknowledge his significant expertise in enterprise project management, focused on designing and implementing Oracle and Cloud-based technologies to improve business functions and enhance efficiency.

Since joining the firm in 2014, Malladi has developed and completed numerous complex project implementations for clients representing diverse industries worldwide, including energy (oil and gas), supply chain, logistics, manufacturing, maintenance, retail, semiconductors, technology, and communications, the company said.

Malladi began his career specializing in Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for the manufacturing and supply chain industries, and previously worked at Oracle and IBM. He is a recognized subject matter expert in Oracle and cloud-based tools that streamline business processes and optimize cross-functional applications for an organization’s operational, information technology (IT), and external stakeholders.

Malladi holds multiple Oracle certifications—including Oracle SCM Cloud, a broad suite of integrated applications for automating processes inherent to supply chain management, and Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), an integrated set of business applications that automate customer relationship management (CRM) systems.

In June 2023, Malladi was certified as an Oracle Implementation Professional in the highly specialized Oracle Order Management Cloud Order to Cash application.

Malladi has worked with clients onsite in a variety of countries such as Kuwait, Oman, Kenya, and others.

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