Every day, supply chains are disrupted by new partnerships, expanded collaboration, non-traditional players — as well as business forces, such as the expanding expectations of today's customers.
Right now, you can register — and secure the early bird rate — for Oracle's Value Chain Summit being held in San Jose in February 2014. There, you will learn how smart companies are transforming their supply chains into information-driven value chains.
Here, get ready for this exciting event by hearing from Oracle thought leaders and customers who know how smart, flexible, and IT-driven processes add value to supply chain functions.
How Do You Optimize a Knowledge- and Service-Based Supply Chain?
“Integrating the value chain will help with the synchronization of processes and functional silos, drive compliance, and optimize sales fulfillment and service delivery,” says Genevieve Mbama, director of Customer Strategy and Insight at Oracle, focusing on Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
The Untapped Potential of Strategic Supply Chain Management in the Services Industry
“With the ability to better analyze categories of spend, services and project costs, and execution results, services companies are starting to find that supply chain management can be the same powerful strategic enabler that manufacturing companies have always seen it to be," says Javier Perez, director of Oracle Industry Strategy and Insight.
Keeping Pace with the Game Changers
The rise of new players means new rules for supply chain leaders.
Statoil Fuel & Retail automates planning and distribution operations in eight countries.
Amway’s expansion connects international demand to a global supply chain.
Doing Their Share
Supply chain for social change.
Increasing pressure on manufacturers means riding out new go-to-market challenges.
Datawatch: Play to Win
Executives are tired of rolling the dice with traditional supply chain
Leveraging Big Data across the Value Chain
Leveraging the vast amounts of data in the hybrid data ecosystem can transform the operational and industrial landscape. Three important factors determine the success of a big data initiative in operations.