Tag: Oracle Cloud Applications

Nov 12 @  3:30pm

Whether your organization is still in the evaluation phase or has already made the leap to the cloud, it is imperative to understand its potential danger and pitfalls. In this session, we will cover the five types of cloud risks and explore methods organizations can use to analyze and manage those risks. Presented by Bert…

Join us next week for Quest Experience Week (QXW), a four-day, free, online event that features digital education that is designed to provide both strategic insight and how-to-education for Oracle users of all levels. QXW will take place November 12-15, 2019.

John Soat, Oracle BRANDVOICE brand contributor, wrote in Forbes about how smart technology in HCM Cloud makes HR more personal. Oracle has added a range of new features to its Cloud-based human resources applications, including extensive self-service functions, "smart" controls, and expanded point-to-point connectivity - all facilitated by a mobile-device-oriented, voice-enabled digital assistant powered by artificial intelligence (AI). The new features derive from Oracle's overall application strategy - characterized by voice recognition through a mobile interface, an intuitive and pervasive digital assistant, and a recommendation engine whose machine learning algorithms allow it to constantly improve. 

Nov 22 @  1:00pm

  BPM focused on optimizing the Item Master, New Vendor Onboarding processes provides significant business value. Companies want to remove complexities, manual, duplicate entry and shorten the timeline. They utilize Excels, Emails and Shared or Dropbox Folders without the necessary workflow logic. This best practices EASYCreate/JDE demo will review: Real-time JDE integration with MBFN, Table,…

Alan Zeichick, Oracle BRANDVOICE contributor, wrote in Forbes about how Cloud provides both maximum flexibility and security.

Nov 19 @  2:00pm

Application deployments are often delayed when related SQL Server changes are required because they have traditionally followed manual processes that often result in defects which can lead to application downtime. What if you could accelerate your DevOps pipeline by converging database CI/CD with application changes, automate performance testing, monitor the performance impact of changes and…

Margaret Harris, Oracle BRANDVOICE contributor, wrote in Forbes about four back-office concerns about moving to Cloud. Recent conversations have shifted away from why companies should move to the Cloud and more toward how they will get there. However, there are still a few back-office concerns about moving to Cloud that keep companies on edge. Industry veteran Juergen Lindner, Oracle Senior Vice President of Cloud Applications Marketing, said that many of these concerns are on a tactical level. Lindner identified four of the top back-office concerns about moving to Cloud. 

Nov 19 @  12:00pm

The core of every organization’s success lies with its people. Therefore, it is extremely critical for organizations to sustain an engaged and collaborative workforce in an increasingly digital economy. Leveraging cloud technology, Arthur J. Gallagher underwent a complete digital transformation of its HR applications suite and brought common processes to more than 32,000 of its…

In this session learn how Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse can help customers: Rapidly extract any data and transform the data into valuable insights Empower business users to make data-driven decisions that can fuel innovation or even disrupt the market Automate manual tasks, virtually eliminating human error and drive productivity. Learn how the latest advancements in…

Nov 20 @  12:00pm

  Yes, Workflow is about automation. Yes, Workflow is about eliminating paper. Workflow should REALLY BE about measuring the business. Workflow should show management how assets are deployed across the enterprise and how to correctly redeploy them to positively affect the bottom line. Do you know how long each business process takes? Do you know…