Making plans for next year? Be sure to attend Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016, taking place from January 25 to 27 in San Jose, California.
This conference, previously known as Oracle Value Chain Summit, is designed specifically for supply chain professionals looking for current trends, best practices, and real-life stories on how to get products to market faster, increase profitability, and improve customer satisfaction. Here, find out more about this upcoming conference. Plus, hear from experts about how Oracle is helping companies streamline their supply chains with new cloud solutions.
Make Your Supply Chain More Efficient
With two new products in the Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud, Oracle now offers a complete cloud-based quote-to-cash order fulfillment system that can significantly improve supply chain productivity and help improve margins, revenue, and the customer experience.
Oracle Continues To Expand Supply Chain Cloud Capabilities
“What we’re announcing today is the complete supply chain cloud,” said Richard Jewell, Oracle senior vice president of application development during Oracle OpenWorld 2015.
Oracle Fast-Tracks New Cloud ERP Features
The entire suite of Oracle ERP Cloud solutions—which includes financials, procurement, enterprise process management, project portfolio management, governance risk and control, and supply chain management—are designed to work seamlessly together and with Oracle’s on-premises ERP applications.
Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud enables innovation and value in an ever-changing global market.
Never Stop Iterating
The pace of business is always accelerating, making supply chain visibility more important than ever. When Lyle Ekdahl, senior vice president and general manager of Oracle’s JD Edwards product family, thinks about what customers want in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, he thinks about streamlining Oracle’s offerings.
“The Simplot Company developed the frozen french fry and launched a value chain that stretched from the field to the table, which we continue to have today,” says Roger Parks, CIO and vice president of information technology at the J.R. Simplot Company.
How Oracle’s JD Edwards Labs finds the value in technology’s next big things.