About Us

About CaoSys CaoSys was formed in the early part of 1999 with the simple goal of helping businesses save time and money by providing software that can streamline and secure their enterprise applications, making their users and therefore their business more effificent whilst ensuring assurance and accountability. With this in mind our solutions have been designed so that almost any business, regardless of what type of business they are and what Oracle E-Business modules they use, then our solutions can bring huge and almost instant benefits.

Return on investment with enterprise level software is often measured in quarters or years, with CaoSys ROI can be measured in weeks or months. 

Here is a brief timeline of our company...

CaoSys timeline

Our MissionOur mission is simple, save time, save money.  Here is how we are achieving our mission...

  • Provide low cost, low risk and easy to use enterprise application productivity and compliance solutions
  • Improve end-user productivity through improved data access, reporting, application personalisation and security
  • Provide businesses with the ability to react quickly to ongoing end user and governance demands
  • Reduce the dependency and burden on IT development teams
  • Reduce the dependency on the more traditional, inflexible and expensive route of customisation/extension
  • Empower business process owners
  • Reduce audit time and cost
  • Simplify compliance
  • Reduce cost of ownership of Oracle E-Business Suite

Our unique range of solutions allow you to enhance Oracle E-Business Suite in a fraction of the time, at a fraction of the cost and using very little technical expertise. Solutions produced using CaoSys products are fully compliant with and seamlessly integrated into Oracle E-Business Suite.

Our solutions meet and exceed all of our aims and is helping us achieve our ultimate vision of becoming one of the leading players in the Enterprise Application complimentary software market.

CaoSys is a privately held company and based in Yorkshire in the North of England.