Tag: Oracle Cloud Applications

Jun 26 @  11:00am

In a world where your enterprise landscape extends both overhead in the clouds and scattered across the ground, it can be difficult to understand how you might integrate all of these disparate solutions with ERP Cloud. This session explores how Caesars Entertainment tackled this challenge and provided a solution that seamlessly automates 50+ ERP Cloud…

Jun 25 @  2:00pm

  We know.....the thought of moving off your EBS, PeopleSoft, JDE, or Hyperion On-Prem solution is the stuff of nightmares....maybe you just completed an upgrade. Maybe you're still scarred from your last project. Or possibly, you have reached certain efficiency gains and you don't want to mess with a good thing. In this session, we…

Nothing New, but if you are new to Cloud Apps, or looking at them for the first time, this is a whistle stop history trip, how did we get here? What’s different than EBS? Design Principles, Analytics available, all the things Oracle assume you know.

Kem Butler, Senior Principal Customer Success Manager for Oracle, wrote about whether having a SaaS knowledge strategy is a necessity or a luxury for organizations. Many customers aren’t aware of the many capabilities available with Software as a Service (SaaS) that could benefit their business. This can lead to the wasting of time, money, and resources to try to address business needs that aren’t being met by current enterprise applications. When a software solution is assumed to not meet a specific need, organizations can respond in several ways with varying implications.

Oracle Security Alert for CVE-2019-2729 was released on June 18, 2019. Oracle strongly recommends that customers follow the recommended actions in the Security Alert.

Nancy Swanson, Senior Director of Product Marketing for the Oracle Database Appliance Portfolio, wrote about how companies can move to a new stage of competitiveness and growth when they transform their organizations on-premises or in the Cloud.

An increasing number of businesses are discovering that infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a catalyst for digital transformation, accelerated application development, and increased customer engagement through mobile applications and social interactions. Gartner forecasts that IaaS spending will grow 27.6 percent and reach nearly $40 billion in 2019. That would be a nearly $10 billion increase from last year.

Jun 13 @  11:00am

  Nothing New, but if you are new to Cloud Apps, or looking at them for the first time, this is a whistle stop history trip, how did we get here? What’s different than EBS? Design Principles, Analytics available, all the things Oracle assume you know. Objectives: Understanding SaaS Understanding Options Presented by Debra Lilley, Assoc…

Jun 11 @  2:00pm

Caltech extended their Jaggaer e-Procurement Platform to accept vendor invoices and to expose invoice Payment information to 1700+ end users of the Platform. Shopping, ordering, two/three-way matching and receiving all became enabled in a single Procure-to-Pay platform. To this, add Jaggaer's brand new PO Change Orders functionality and the integration challenges to Oracle are immense.…

Lynne Sampson, Oracle’s managing editor of The Modern Finance Leader, wrote a blog about Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s thoughts on the benefits of leveraging blockchain within Finance.

Consumer Goods companies continue to struggle on creating a clear demand picture inclusive of Weekly / SKU / Location specific forecasting netted against projected supply being driven by Trade Promotion spend generally between 25 and 37% of Gross Sales. Oracle uniquely provides capabilities for CPG companies to generate and evaluate their forecasts providing a base volume showing Trend and Seasonality impacts, as well as evaluating each element of the trade spend across price, merchandising such as Ads, Special Store Placement, Consumer incentives, etc. Being able to generate an “explainable forecast” across all of these levers and evaluate the volume, revenue and margin contribution of each lever is industry leading.

Presented by Linda Peel, Oracle