Tag: Oracle SCM Cloud

QXW 2019 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…

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.

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…

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.

As part of Quest’s 2019 Cloud Webinar Series – SCM Cloud Day, Shirley Lum, Product Marketing Director at Oracle, spoke about AI and other emerging technology for supply chain management (SCM). She also covered how Oracle Platform services can make it easy for SCM to adopt exciting innovations that transform traditional business models and add unique value for both customers and employees.

As part of Quest’s 2019 Cloud Webinar Series – SCM Cloud Day, Jeff Stiles, Vice President of Supply Chain Management Product Marketing, presented on strategies for successfully modernizing business functions and processes in order to develop more future-ready supply chain management.

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…

So you have decided to take the leap into the cloud – do you really know what you are signing up for? Come hear how a live customer is managing change in the new world.

The pace of change and volatility in global business and global trade places huge strain on traditional systems, business processes and business models, and organizations who are unable to outpace change run the risk of falling behind their competitors. This session will identify strategies for successfully modernizing business functions and processes and will also showcase…

You are what you do. A time study at my previous CPO role showed that my senior team was still mired in important, but not high level, strategic work. I now have the opportunity to build a brand new supply chain function, in a fast-growing company, with the target to be focused on supplier innovation,…

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 three – SCM Cloud Day!

Having worked with 50+ customers as they have made the move to Oracle SCM Cloud, we’ve heard a lot of advice on what our customers did (or wish they did) when it comes to migrating to the cloud. Join this session to hear the top lessons learned and Best Practices to implement from RF-SMART and…

Joyce Boland, Oracle's Vice President of Applications Global Marketing, wrote about Oracle CEO Mark Hurd's thoughts on the new wave of supply chain automation that is coming in today's workforce.

At COLLABORATE 19, Vikash Goyal, Vice President of Product Strategy for Oracle SCM Cloud Applications, presented the Oracle SCM Cloud roadmap, business value, and transformation strategies for a digital supply chain.

Christiane Soto, Senior Content Manager at Oracle, spoke with Charles Chamberlain, Director of IT at Srixon/Cleveland Golf, a golfing equipment manufacturer, about how his company leveraged Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud to improve on-time shipments. Chamberlain has been with the company for over 32 years and recently led the company’s implementation of Oracle SCM Cloud.

In this interview, Chamberlain discussed the challenges that they faced during the implementation, what the old process looked like before SCM Cloud, why they chose Oracle as their Cloud provider, the benefits they have noticed since implementation, and much more. Check out his answers below.

Sep 10 @  12:30pm

The pace of change and volatility in global business and global trade places huge strain on traditional systems, business processes and business models, and organizations who are unable to outpace change run the risk of falling behind their competitors. This session will identify strategies for successfully modernizing business functions and processes and will also showcase…

Sep 10 @  11:00am

You are what you do. A time study at my previous CPO role showed that my senior team was still mired in important, but not high level, strategic work. I now have the opportunity to build a brand new supply chain function, in a fast-growing company, with the target to be focused on supplier innovation,…

Oracle Transportation Management Cloud was named a 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader for Transportation Management systems. Multimodal domestic transportation management systems (TMSs) are a subset of the global TMS market. TMSs generically refer to the category of software that deals with the planning and execution of the physical movement of goods across the supply chain. This Magic Quadrant specifically focuses on holistic multimodal domestic TMSs for use by shippers (such as manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and wholesalers) or non-asset-based, third-party logistics (3PL) organizations. “Holistic,” in this context, means a TMS that incorporates all basic capabilities, as defined by Gartner, for a TMS, and “domestic” refers to movements within a region, mainly through domestic modes of transportation.

A recent report from engineering.com, which was sponsored by Oracle, explored the digital transformation of product design and how design teams are using and planning for design technology that is fueled by data.

CIMdata, a leading PLM research and analyst firm, recently released an eBook sponsored by Oracle that discussed how to digitally transform your business through Oracle Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Cloud. The eBook examines the evolution, strategy, and future vision of PLM, how PLM solutions are being rearchitected as product innovation platforms, and how companies can change from designing unsuccessful products to delivering winning offerings.

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.…

Sep 10 @  3:30pm

HarbisonWalker International (HWI), a brick refractories manufacturer, rebranded and needed to transform the organization under new ownership. The new leadership team had a bold vision to implement integrated order fulfillment and demand planning companywide. To achieve that vision it chose Oracle SCM Cloud, Oracle ERP Cloud, and Oracle EPM Cloud. HWI now provides faster quotes,…

Joan Lim, Product Marketing for Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, presented at COLLABORATE 19 about important considerations to keep in mind when moving to the Cloud and how Oracle Logistics Cloud enables customers to become future-ready through improving global visibility, optimizing operations, orchestrating processes, and achieving better business outcomes.

Michael Walker, global lead for healthcare in Oracle’s Industry Solutions group, wrote in Forbes about how a patient-centered supply chain plays a crucial role in the future of healthcare.