PT. Tira Austinite Tbk. was established at Jalan Museum No. 13 Jakarta. TIRA was one of the subsidiary company of PT Tigaraksa that owned 50% of TIRA shares. The other 50% was owned by Santoso. TIRA was managed bySantoso as the Commisioner and Andi Mulja as the owner representative of PT Tigaraksa, as the Director.
The main business activities of TIRA at that time were as a distributor, representative and a licensed sole agent of a high quality technical product of machinery from Europe. TIRA also had several branches spread in main cities outside of Jakarta.
On November 15, 1977 TIRA established subsidiary company named PT Alpha Austenite, a manufacturing company.
On July 27, 1993 TIRA went public and listed its shares at Jakarta Stock Exchange ( now Indonesian Stock Exchange ).
On April 26, 1996 TIRA expanded its business activity to industrial gases by buying 20% of PT Aneka Gas Industry shares and at the same time Messer Griesheim, a leading industrial gases company in the world, also bought 30% of PT Aneka Gas Industri shares.
On April 4, 1997 TIRA established a new subsidiary company that distributed industrial and medical gases in a cylinders named PT Mitra Guna Gas which was exclusively supplied by PT Aneka Gas Industri.
Many things have changed in 38 years of TIRA establishment. Not only in the shares ownership but also changes in the Board of Directors, management, Vision, Mission, and Values of the company.
Those changes made in TIRA basically lead to improvement. Since 2010 TIRA had a motto ofCommitted To Change. The motto emphasized TIRA commitment to become better and better. The initiative began by signing off the Integrity Pact by all of Directors and employees in end of 2009 annual meeting held in Bandung. The Pact stated that TIRA rejected any kind of bribery, either taking or giving bribery.
Today the main shareholders of TIRA are PT Mulia Darma Sarana, PT Widjajatunggal Sejahtera, and PT Martensite Unggul.
Currently TIRA has two Strategic Business Units (SBUs) for its business activities.
First , SBU Industrial Products, business unit that focuses on selling imported technical products such as various specific steel, welding electrodes, and welding machine. This SBU has 13 branches outside of Jakarta and 1 office such of located at Tangerang that sells technical products representative.
Second, SBU Industrial Gases, business unit that focuses on selling industrial gases, medical gases and specialty gases. The gas products of this business unit is well known as TIRA Gas. This SBU has 10 Filling Station and 20 customer service branches spread in the strategic cities in Indonesia.
Oracle Application implementation for Oracle Financials Module.
Oracle General Ledger is a comprehensive financial management solution that enables you to:
- Record and Review Accounting Information
- Import data from subsidiary ledgers, or enter journals to record actual or budget transactions directly into Oracle General Ledger.
- Enter encumbrance journals to track encumbrances through the purchase process and to control spending against budgeted amounts.
- Review account balances online or through reports.
- Analyze, correct, and adjust accounting information.
- Correct actual, budget, and encumbrance information.
- Revalue and translate balances denominated in foreign currencies.
- Consolidate balances from multiple ledgers.
- Analyze Accounting Information
- Integrate Oracle General Ledger with Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting, Oracle Discoverer, or Web Applications Desktop Integrator to simplify the budgeting and forecasting process.
Once you’ve received goods or service from your supplier, you’ll also receive an invoice. Using Payables you can record invoices in a number of different ways.
With Payables you can:
- Import/Enter invoices manually, either individually or in batches.
- Use Quick Invoices for rapid, high-volume entry of standard invoices and credit memos that are not complex and do not require extensive online validation.
- Automate invoice creation for periodic invoices using the Recurring Invoice functionality.
- Use iExpenses to enter employee expense reports using a web browser.
- Record credit card/procurement card invoices from transactions the credit card issuer sends to you in a flat file.
- Import EDI invoices processed with the e-Commerce Gateway.
- Import lease invoices transferred from Property Manager.
- Import XML invoices.
Match invoices to purchase orders or receipts to ensure you only pay what you’re supposed to be paying for.
- Receivables can generate transactions from data imported using AutoInvoice from Oracle Order Management, Oracle Projects, Oracle Service, Oracle Leasing, and legacy systems. You can also create transactions manually in the Receivables application. After the transaction is completed, it is ready for transfer to General Ledger via subledger accounting. Receipts entered and remitted against a transaction are available to Cash Management to reconcile bank statements. Receipts are available for transfer to General Ledger via subledger accounting after they are entered and saved. Any open receivables are available for collection activity by Advanced Collections.
Oracle Cash Management is an enterprise cash management solution that helps you manage your liquidity and cash position.
- Manage and control your cash cycle: track closing ledger and available balances as well as month-to-date and year-to-date averages.
- Create all bank accounts centrally
- Transfer funds funds between bank accounts manually or automatically.
- Reconcile bank accounts
- Use cash pools to optimize funds
- Forecast your cash needs
Oracle Application implementation for Distribution Modules
Procure to Pay (Purchasing)
- Oracle Purchasing supports four types of purchase orders: standard, blanket, contract and planned. There are several methods that can be used to create purchase orders. You can manually create purchase orders or search approved requisitions and add them to purchase orders. Standard purchase orders can be imported through the Purchasing Documents Open Interface in a status of Incomplete or Approved. You can automate purchase document creation using the PO Create Documents workflow to automatically create a blanket purchase agreement release or a standard purchase order upon approval of a requisition.
- Once purchase orders are created, they may be submitted for approval. The approval process checks to see if the submitter has sufficient authority to approve the purchase order. Once the document is approved, it may be sent to your supplier using a variety of methods including: printed document, EDI, fax, e-mail, Oracle iSupplier Portal and XML. Once the purchase order or release is sent to your supplier, they are authorized to ship goods at the times and to the locations that have been agreed upon.
- With Oracle Inventory Management you can improve inventory visibility, reduce inventory levels and control inventory operations. All of your material in each line of business and stage of the inventory lifecycle can be tracked in a single system. Increased transparency will reduce the need for local buffer stocks, and inventory will be located where it previously wasn’t known to exist.
- Oracle Inventory Management is part of the Oracle Value Chain Execution solution and integrates seamlessly with other Supply Chain Management applications, including Oracle Warehouse Management, Oracle Mobile Supply Chain Applications, Oracle Order Management, Oracle Purchasing, Oracle Discrete Manufacturing, Oracle Process Manufacturing, and Oracle Cost Management
- You can get orders from various sources, process and fulfill them in e-Business suite.
- You can manage your orders by restricting the organization(s) your order(s) can be created and viewed/updated in.
- With Pricing and Shipping Execution integration, you can ensure that the order gets progressed to the state where it can be fulfilled, which means, all the conditions that satisfy the order completion are met.
- The complete Order to Cash flow involves cycles like Order Entry to Fulfillment, and Order Fulfillment to Invoicing.
Implementation Time Frame
April 2011 – April 2012