Tag: Oracle SCM Cloud

Apr 23 @  2:00pm

UC San Diego needed a platform to automate AP processes and facilitate 100% straight-through invoice processing. The platform also needed to be flexible and accommodate future ERP migrations without disrupting the supply chain. UCSD selected Transcepta because of their proven supplier onboarding process, and Transcepta’s status as the only P2P solution with an Oracle Validated…

Last month we told you about Modern Business Experience (MBX) in Chicago, March 23–26, 2020. This is a conference for CX, finance, HR, and supply chain professionals – a showcase for Oracle’s cloud applications. Each of the four product areas has its own targeted programs where attendees can focus on their specialty or choose to sample several content areas. Many of us have already registered to attend.

Angela Wilson, Senior Solutions Architect at CSS, wrote an Oracle blog about three considerations for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) to keep in mind when looking into Cloud procurement systems.

Quest has secured a number of discount passes available only to our members for $995—which is a $1,000 savings off the onsite rate. Register with code QUEST. We’ll look for you near our booth at the MBX Hub.

As part of Quest Experience Week (QXW) 2019, Manish Somani, Senior Director of Product Development at Oracle, and David Scott, Director of Product Strategy at Oracle, presented an overview of the plans for a solution to help companies manage their joint ventures in Oracle Cloud. The pair shared an overview of the Oracle Fusion Joint Venture Management Cloud and the planned features and benefits throughout the lifecycle of a joint venture. 

As part of Quest's 2019 Cloud Webinar Series, Phil Newman, Product Manager for OCI Platform, presented five ways to help control Cloud costs on an ongoing basis.

At COLLABORATE 19, Vikash Goyal, Vice President of Product Strategy for Oracle SCM Cloud Applications, spoke about how to enable supply chain innovation with emerging technology - including the Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, blockchain, and digital assistants. 

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As part of Quest’s 2019 Cloud Webinar Series, Joshua Stauffer from HarbisonWalker International, spoke about how HarbisonWalker International (HWI) made the move to Oracle SCM Cloud, Oracle ERP Cloud, and Oracle EPM Cloud in order to implement integrated order fulfillment and demand planning companywide. HWI now provides faster quotes, fulfills inventory from multiple service centers, and greatly reduced inventory requirements – all due to the visibility of Oracle Cloud. Stauffer covered how HWI approached this journey to the Cloud and how HWI plans to leverage Oracle Cloud in the future.