Tag: PeopleSoft Supply Chain Management

Nov 5

PSFT Supply Chain SIG Meeting

SIG Meetings & Calls
Aug 6

PSFT Supply Chain SIG Meeting

SIG Meetings & Calls

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Moving ERP applications to the Oracle Cloud can be a significant undertaking. Many factors must be considered in the decision-making process such a cost, performance, resources, schedule, security, modules and support.

May 12 @  12:30pm

Shrinking resources, cost-cutting measures and a need to leverage more modern tools are factors that may cause your organization to evaluate how it can best serve your Suppliers. Buying Organizations are implementing self-service solutions that provide trusted Suppliers with 24/7 access to their Procure-to-Pay system.  Enabling a Supplier self-service solution frees up your own resources…

Feb 6

PSFT Supply Chain SIG Meeting

SIG Meetings & Calls

Linda Peel, Industry Lead for Consumer Goods and Retail, spoke about Oracle capabilities that can help Consumer Goods companies generate and evaluate forecasts, provide a base volume that shows trend and seasonality impacts, and evaluate each element of the trade spend across price, merchandising, special store placement, consumer incentives, etc. 

PeopleSoft FSCM Update Image 34 was recently released, and it contains a long list of helpful new features. Check out the highlights in this post.

Nov 14 @  2:00pm

Southcoast Health's footprint includes PeopleSoft FSCM, HCM and Kronos. This presentation presents an overview of Southcoast’s journey to the cloud, their process of migrating to the public cloud, and some of the benefits of running PeopleSoft in the cloud with an MSP. Presented by Derek Tomei,  Director of PeopleSoft Line of Business at Velocity Technology…

Bob Block, PeopleSoft Product Strategy Director at Oracle, gave a presentation about how to utilize PeopleSoft procurement contracts to the full capacity.

In today's consumer landscape, many Millennials are more concerned than ever with supporting brands whose business practices have a positive impact on the environment, employees, and the regions from which they source their materials. People want organic, grass-fed goods when they shop. Accenture's 2018 global consumer pulse report surveyed over 30,000 consumers to find out why they purchase certain brands over another. The results showed an emphasis on what a brand says, does, and stands for, which is why Oracle Chief Sustainability Officer Jon Chorley explained that transparent supply chains improve brand integrity and ultimately get people to shop from that brand.