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Learn How to Transform Supply Chains at the Oracle Value Chain Summit 2014
More than 2,000 value-chain professionals, Oracle partners, and industry thought-leaders are expected to attend Oracle Value Chain Summit 2014. Slated for February 3 to 5, 2014, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, the upcoming summit will explore how to transform supply chains into powerful information-driven value networks.
Attendees who take advantage of early bird registration will save UD$200 off the standard rate.
"Oracle Value Chain Summit 2014 is geared up to be the must-attend supply chain event of the year," says Andy Binsley, Oracle senior director, manufacturing and asset lifecycle management product strategy. "Almost 200 sessions on best practices, customer success stories, and transformation strategies will provide an informative venue for the attendees. And the new product user experience area will contain a number of exciting, innovative hands-on opportunities to see the power of Oracle technology in participants' hands."
Supply chain professionals can choose from sessions that will explore every aspect of supply chain operations, including product design and development, procurement, maintenance, manufacturing, value chain execution, and value chain planning.
In addition, thought leaders from a range of industries will discuss firsthand secrets to success. Speakers include Geoffrey Moore, an author and consultant who specializes in business strategy and transformation challenges. His books include Crossing the Chasm and Escape Velocity: Free Your Company's Future from the Pull of the Past.
Hands-on workshops, partner booths, product demonstrations, and interactive hands-on user experiences will showcase new value chain solutions and best practices to help organizations
Register now to secure the lowest registration rates available, and get more details about Oracle Value Chain Summit 2014.
- Grow profit margins
- Launch products faster
- Expedite deliveries
- Increase customer retention