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Understanding Adoption Alternatives for Oracle Fusion Procurement
Oracle is offering guidelines to help organizations decide if and how Oracle Fusion applications fit into their IT strategies. The guidance starts by advising organizations to carefully analyze the business value that enterprise applications deliver to their organization. It then offers three scenarios to help organizations choose the right path.
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Procurement Grapples with Novel Challenges in a New Economic Environment
Recent headlines announce unprecedented fiscal policies, political unrest, and natural disasters. The impact on procurement is immediate—commodity and currency volatility. CPOs are deploying strategies to moderate the impact of inflation, take a proactive approach to managing suppliers, and support their organization’s return to growth.
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Oracle Virtual Tradeshow’s Procurement Sessions Now Available on Demand
Presentations featured at the Oracle Applications Virtual Tradeshow are available on demand for a limited time. Subtitled Spotlight on Customer Success, the virtual conference featured a number of sessions tailored specifically for procurement professionals.
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Oracle Supply Chain Management Blog

Spend Matters: For Your Business and Your Life
Editor Jason Busch explores the life expectancy of strategic sourcing.

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BMO Financial Group—Bank of Montreal Lowers Costs by Outsourcing

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Optimize Accounts Payable Through Automated Invoice Processing

Oracle Applications Strategy on Demand Webcast Series

Oracle Applications Virtual Tradeshow: Spotlight on Customer Success

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Charting Your Course with Oracle Applications

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Oracle Teams with Transcepta for eInvoicing and Supplier Enablement

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Oracle Procurement Applications—All Product Lines

Oracle Advanced Procurement

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The PO special interest group meets to network with other users regarding the installation, configuration, maintenance, and continued support of Oracle’s procurement solutions, including Oracle Purchasing, Oracle Sourcing, Oracle iProcurement, Oracle iSupplier Portal, Oracle Services Procurement, Oracle Procurement Contracts, Oracle Purchasing Intelligence, and Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics.

The group meets twice annually, at OAUG and Oracle OpenWorld. To get involved today, join us on LinkedIn.

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Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: Supply Management Application Training
Oracle University offers comprehensive training that provides your team with the skills and knowledge to efficiently and effectively implement, manage, and support Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne release 9.0 supply management business process. Training is available for topics such as item and supplies, procurement, and price management.

Request Your Personalized Course Catalog
Now you can request that your own custom, personalized course catalog to be sent to you automatically at the frequency you prefer, so you can see the upcoming Oracle University courses that might interest you.

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April 10–14
Orlando, Florida
There will be a full procurement track with coverage of Oracle Advanced Procurement, Oracle’s PeopleSoft supplier relationship management solutions, Oracle Fusion Procurement, Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics, and Oracle Procurement.

Enable and Accelerate World-Class Procurement
April 29
Burlington, Massachusetts

Join Oracle at ISM's 96th Annual International Supply Management Conference and Educational Exhibit
May 15–18
Orlando, Florida
Visit booth #306

Oracle OpenWorld
October 2–6
San Francisco, California

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