Tag: Oracle ERP Cloud

As enterprises move the cloud, they are forced to rethink many of the traditional concepts they have used to control costs in their on-premise IT estates. In this session learn about how the cloud gives enterprises more freedom and has the potential to offer more savings than on-premise. Learn about a wide range of scenarios…

Oct 15 @  3:30pm

As enterprises move the cloud, they are forced to rethink many of the traditional concepts they have used to control costs in their on-premise IT estates. In this session learn about how the cloud gives enterprises more freedom and has the potential to offer more savings than on-premise. Learn about a wide range of scenarios…

Nov 12 @  2:00pm

ATCO Group is a US $21 billion enterprise with 6,000 staff worldwide in diverse industries such as gas, electricity, pipelines, liquids, energy, and construction. ATCO realized that in order to remain an industry leader, it had to embark on a transformative journey to simplify and standardize processes while also creating an efficient shared-services model. Join…

Join us for a webinar, as we reveal five ways that manual processes for managing T&E spend are costing businesses big money and how automated web-based solutions plug these leaks.

Sep 26 @  2:00pm

Business travel is critical to winning new business, maintaining and strengthening customer relationships, developing strategic partnerships, training staff, and much more. It is no wonder that U.S. businesses spent more than $327 billion in 2018 on sales meetings, events, incentive programs and other travel, according to research from the U.S. Travel Association. But businesses could…

Oct 23 @  11:00am

When you’re deciding how to invest precious capital, there are often difficult decisions to make. For IT investments one important decision is whether to obtain Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems as a capital expense (CapEx) or as an operating expense (OpEx). This webcast will demystify commonly-held beliefs regarding capital to help you obtain the following…

When running a high-stakes project, IT leaders know that they will need a lot of sign-offs before going live. When the City of Atlanta was about to go live with its new all-Cloud ERP strategy, it had to get a blessing from a surprising source - the National Football League. Atlanta was hosting the Super Bowl in February 2019, and the city wanted to go live with its Cloud project before then in order to help the city through the demands of that event, which draws hundreds of thousands of people to the city. 

Considering a move to the cloud requires more than an understanding of the capabilities that cloud ERP solutions offer. You will also need a broader awareness of migration approaches, industry trends, and technology considerations. As part of Quest's 2019 Cloud Webinar Series, Mukesh Baldua and Kishor Pawankar of World Wide Technologies discussed the reasons behind choosing Oracle ERP Cloud and the ERP Cloud migration approaches to help you get there.

Linda Currey Post, Human Capital Management Cloud content strategist for Oracle Content Central, wrote about how colleges and universities see the possibility of Cloud in higher education helping keep college affordable for students.

Jim Maholic, Business Value Services, Oracle, wrote about how to align ERP Cloud benefits with business drivers when building a business case for why your organization should implement ERP Cloud.

When building a business case for ERP Cloud, project managers should look beyond the standard ROI and TCO calculations that IT teams have historically relied on. One of the biggest challenges for project managers is thoroughly identifying all of the benefits of a proposed project and ascribing credible, tangible, financial and business value to those benefits. This is critical to a successful business case.

Lynne Sampson, Managing Editor of Oracle’s The Modern Finance Leader, wrote about how a gaming-entertainment company recently leveraged Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle HCM Cloud to combat manual processes, customizations, and legacy systems that were preventing them from operating more efficiently and effectively.

Moving to the Cloud for core business operations is seen as risky. But Cloud may eventually become a competitive necessity. Learn from our experience of evaluating Oracle cloud ERP as an end to end solution spanning supply chain and finance. The presentation would provide a compelling case study of how a highly customized on-premise ERP…

Navigating the Cloud journey can be daunting. Regardless of where you are in your Cloud journey, seize the opportunity to learn from peers, catch up on the latest hot topics surrounding Cloud technology and walk away with actionable insight to help you drive your business forward with Oracle Cloud technology. Our 2019 Cloud Webinar Series can help you do exactly that. This series will feature free, online education about Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle EPM Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, and Oracle SCM Cloud. Join us tomorrow for part one – ERP Cloud Day!

Many companies are understandably cautious about investing in new technologies – particularly back-office systems that are critical to their operations. However, a new report from MIT Technology Review showed that after a decade of companies moving to Cloud applications, those that hesitate put themselves at greater risk than in the past. The old ways of staying current won’t be sufficient enough to compete with companies that are truly modernizing their operations and even creating new business models with Cloud applications. Oracle Vice Chairman Jeff Henley said that reluctant company leaders and boards must be sold on the strategic advantages of Cloud applications, not just on their cost benefits. Three companies – AirAsia, Sportable Scoreboards, and TrueBlue – leveraged Oracle Cloud applications (HCM, ERP, EPM) to future-proof operations.

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.…

Once again, Oracle ERP Cloud was named a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites for midsize, large, and global enterprises. Gartner is a global research and advisory firm that provides advice and tools for leaders in IT, Finance, HR, and more.

Aug 6 @  12:30pm

Moving to the Cloud for core business operations is seen as risky. But Cloud may eventually become a competitive necessity. Learn from our experience of evaluating Oracle cloud ERP as an end to end solution spanning supply chain and finance. The presentation would provide a compelling case study of how a highly customized on-premise ERP…

Aug 6 @  2:00pm

In the fast paced world of commerce; time and focus are valuable to businesses large and small. The Oracle Cloud Expense module is a powerful tool designed to facilitate expense maintenance while streamlining workflows. Attend this session to learn how YUM! Brands applied their expense module to allow management to focus on what is most…

More and more organizations are moving their on-premises enterprise applications to Cloud solutions because they want to change the cost structure of their applications portfolios and reduce their risk for technological obsolescence while delivering growth, innovation, operational agility, and efficiency. There is more Cloud momentum today than ever before. In fact, 76 percent of finance leaders surveyed in Oracle's 2018 ERP Trends Report said they intend to run ERP in the Cloud within the next two years. Due to this growing momentum, Oracle released a five-step guide that can help users learn "how to Cloud" and complete a successful Oracle ERP Cloud project. It provides a high-level sequential summary of recommended steps based on actual Cloud projects and advice from leading partners for successfully executing the journey to Cloud. This document is not intended to be a substitute for engagement with Oracle or one of its partners. It is simply a starting guide. Oracle recommends implementing solutions with input from experienced project and technical professionals. 

No industry is immune from the current pace of technological change. While this acceleration presents radical opportunities for growth, analytics, and connectivity, it also brings real and pressing challenges to the adaptability of business organizations. At COLLABORATE 19, Chinam Kry, VP of Cloud Business Group at Oracle, shared with the Quest community how aligning HR and Finance through Cloud-based applications creates an agile, adaptable business response to navigate both the current business landscape and future innovation.

Jim Maholic, Business Value Services, Oracle, wrote about how to build a winning ERP Cloud business case that will win over your company’s executives and convince them to make the move to ERP Cloud. Whether you are planning to upgrade a departmental solution, move one or two solutions from on-premises to the Cloud, or embark on a full-scale digital transformation, your executives will likely expect you to explain how the company will benefit from investing in this initiative. This will require you to build a winning ERP Cloud business case to present to your organization’s leaders.

This session explores how Caesars Entertainment tackled this challenge and provided a solution that seamlessly automates 50+ ERP Cloud integrations. We’ll discuss several tools, including File Based Date Import, BI Publisher, Enterprise Service Bus/Integration Cloud Service, SFTP connectivity and SOAP Services. We will also illustrate how Caesars achieved a standard, yet flexible toolkit to connect their existing integrations with ERP Cloud.

A recent Oracle blog talked through the reasons to tackle your ERP/EPM and HCM systems together to create an integrated Cloud solution. It starts with a scenario: Imagine that you’re getting a promotion to a management position, which would impact your purchasing authority, approval workflows, travel allowances, and pay structure. On top of that, you’re moving to North America to Europe, where your company operates under a different legal entity. How long will it take before your new role is reflected in your company’s Human Resources system, you start getting paid at your new rate, and your new team can start submitting expenses to your for approval?

JP Saunders, Vice President of Business Value Consulting at Oracle, wrote about results from recent HCM Cloud and ERP Cloud benchmark reports from the Oracle Value Realization Program.

Lynne Sampson, Oracle’s managing editor of The Modern Finance Leader, wrote about Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s thoughts on why automation improves financial reporting across your company.