Tag: Emerging Technology

Presented at COLLABORATE 19 Session ID: 105280 Ahlstrom-Munksjo (previously Expera Specialty Solutions) needed more functionality than provided by the native scheduler inside JD Edwards. While the JD Edwards internal scheduler can manage native batch processes, it is not built to accommodate enterprise-wide scheduling environments. They implemented Tidal Workload Automation and the JDE Adapter which allowed their…

Digital business and intelligent transformation or optimization is a leading initiative among organizations across all verticals, but only a small percentage have been able to make progress to date. Tools such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be used to "supercharge" productivity, bolster generation of existing revenue streams all while boosting the overall customer experience.…

John Soat, a freelance writer for Oracle, wrote an article in Forbes about four emerging technologies that could drastically transform supply chain operations. Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning and predictive analytics, augmented reality, and blockchain have the power to change the way supply chains operate moving forward.

Learn in this session that want your users want, you already have. All you need is JDEdwards 9.2 tools! When you bring your AIS URL, we will make you leave with an abundance of mobile applications: Bar code scanning, CRM, Issue material, and many more.

Students’ expectations are forcing change in education. Today, pupils of any age can access immersive and personalized online learning experiences from any location. Technologies like Cloud and blockchain are also disrupting the industry. Cloud is lowering the barriers to innovation, and blockchain is democratizing opportunities for students. To meet these expectations, educators and campus leaders are reimagining what’s possible. Institutions that focus on blockchain research and development are cultivating information sharing opportunities through education and consulting programs.

Throughout cancer treatments, one question that often comes up is, “Is there a clinical trial that I should consider for my treatment?” Since there are tens of thousands of clinical trials throughout the world, it can be difficult to know if a patient is a good fit for a trial or if it will work out logistically. Chris Murphy, Director of Cloud Content at Oracle, wrote an article in Forbes about how AI and a chatbot can help patients and doctors can work together to decide if an experimental treatment is the right fit and if a patient is eligible for a clinical trial.

Chris Murphy, Director of Cloud Content at Oracle, spoke with Sarabjeet (Jay) Chugh, a Senior Director of Emerging Technology Products at Oracle, about how to determine if blockchain fits into a company’s project. Since there is so much recent excitement about emerging technology and the potential of blockchain, today’s workforce faces the risk of project planners applying this technology to problems that it doesn’t fit with. Chugh’s intention is to help organizations avoid that issue, sort out business use cases for blockchain, and decide if blockchain or a different solution, like a database, is the best fit.

Emerging business technologies can help solve both operational and strategic problems. These technologies represent a growing toolbox of opportunities to help solve problems, but there might not always be an obvious match between the problem and an emerging technology. Steve Andriole, the Thomas G. Labrecque Professor of Business Technology in the Villanova School of Business at Villanova University, laid out the executive’s guide to emerging business technologies in an article he wrote in Forbes. His guide laid out what executives need to know and five steps to help them find the answers to their questions.

Andrew Sutherland, SVP, Technology & Systems, EMEA, Oracle spoke at Oracle OpenWorld Dubai 2019 about technology innovations that have led to Oracle Cloud Generation 2, that drive businesses to evolve and improve.

Rob Preston, editorial director in Oracle’s Content Central organization, wrote an article in Forbes about Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s recent keynote at Oracle Modern Business Experience in Las Vegas.