Right now, you can register for the Oracle Value Chain Summit, taking place in San Jose from January 26-28, and join value chain leaders as they gather and share how they are supporting new opportunities and enabling extraordinary results.
Here, take advantage of the deep discount you can get by registering by October 31. Plus, start studying up by reading about companies who are streamlining their supply chains to shrink their budgets and serve their customers more effectively. Also, learn more about the Oracle solutions that can help supply chain leaders earn big results.
Healthcare: Kaiser Permanente Transforms Their Supply Chain
Kaiser Permanente executives have been on a multi-year journey to transform their supply chain from being an afterthought to a critical player in the organization’s competitiveness—central to reducing costs and improving patient outcomes.
Regulatory Compliance: Hologic First To Meet New Affordable Care Act Requirement
“Since we already use Oracle and specifically Agile to run our business, that’s what we are using to track the information needed to meet the UDI requirement,” says Dave Rudzinsky, senior vice president of information services and chief information officer at Hologic.
Follow the Fleet
Oracle Fleet Management helps move freight efficiently and economically.
IoT and the Modern Value Chain
By implementing modern best practices and architecting a digital, IoT-driven supply chain, organizations will be able to realize a number of benefits.
Five Ideas: Value Chain
Here, read about why supply chain management matters more than ever, plus get insight from Oracle customers who have leveraged Oracle solutions to modernize their supply chains, improving performance and saving money.
Vehicle for Change
Data drives the employee and operational excellence behind Schneider’s business strategy.
Eyes on the Prize
Oracle’s JD Edwards team stays focused on incremental innovation.
Doing Their Share
“For the solution economy, analytics, cloud computing, collaborative technologies, and mobile have dramatically reduced the transaction cost of scaling up—and made it possible for regular citizens to participate in all these different ways, from crowdfunding to ridesharing to impact investing,” says William D. Eggers, global director at Deloitte Research and coauthor of The Solution Revolution.