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SVP Cindy Reese Slated to Speak at the First Oracle Value Chain Summit

Oracle Senior Vice President for Worldwide Systems Operations, Cindy Reese, is slated to present a keynote address at the Oracle Value Chain Summit 2013, which will run February 4–6 in San Francisco. More than 1,500 value-chain professionals, Oracle partners, and industry thought leaders are expected to attend the inauguration of this annual conference.

The wide-ranging conference will include almost 200 sessions across all supply chain management solution areas. A series of general sessions and other events will highlight how Oracle is helping companies transform supply chains into value chains to gain a competitive edge. The conference will also focus on key industry issues and feature hands-on workshops and solution demonstrations.

General sessions will consist of tightly focused gatherings that key-in on specific aspects of successful value chains, including individual summits for

  • Product lifecycle management
  • Procurement
  • Manufacturing
  • Maintenance
  • Value chain execution
  • Value chain planning

Presentations recently added to the agenda include a session in the value chain execution summit titled “Building a Supply Chain Control Tower.” The presentation will explore practical solutions for leveraging Oracle’s value chain execution suite to support cross-functional supply and fulfillment processes.

Attendees can also choose “Global Visibility of Transportation Cost, Service, and Performance: Extend the Value of Oracle Transportation Management with Proactive Business Intelligence.” The session will provide an overview of Oracle Fusion Transportation Intelligence, which allows Oracle Transportation Management customers to analyze and continuously improve their transportation operations.

The manufacturing summit includes the session “Distributed Manufacturing,” which looks at new capabilities in Oracle Fusion Applications and how organizations can use them with Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne manufacturing applications.

Register today for Oracle Value Chain Summit 2013.

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