Oraclis is a consulting company that specialises in the design and improvement of business processes.
We began our operations in 2005 as Prosperis and have grown due to excellent relationships with our clients. We strive for a deep understanding of how to create sustainable personal and organisational change. We achieve this by combining our experience in business with proven academic principles.
Victor Kotze, our Chief Operating Officer, has over 20 years of experience in all layers of the organisation. He was Managing Director of a number of companies and started his first in 1999. An electronic technician by trade, he has post-graduate degrees in Management Practice (UCT), Futures Studies (USB) as well as a Master’s Degree in Management Coaching (USB). You can read his founding story here. Victor joined his son Henco, who himself has a Master’s degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics. Although Oraclis relies heavily on reputable academic principles, we acknowledge that a business and the people in it cannot be reduced to spreadsheets and figures. We pride ourselves on our ability to look beyond the spreadsheets to the real complexities that eventually create the financial statements.
Oraclis is based in Cape Town, South Africa from where they serve Sub-Saharan Africa.
Oraclis continues to grow thanks to the confidence our clients have in us. We cover many industries such as financial, industrial, mining, tourism and business services.
Our logo represents our mission and core values:
- Our logo promotes the culture of Prosperity by visually resembling a tree that branches out.
- The three branches represent our core focus, being team-, process- and technology alignment.
- The root of the tree resembles our clients and our values, and a reminder that everything we do should link back to our clients and values.
- With the trunk of the tree being in the form of USB, we pay homage to the technology roots of our organisation.
- The logo also depicts the branches of a tree that form a complex network of sub-branches, symbolising the complexity of business.
- The top part of the tree resembles not only the leaves but also a cloud. This supports our willingness to embrace modern research and methodologies