When it comes to your supply chain, you cannot afford any weak links. Are suppliers delivering on time or are you left scrambling to meet schedules? Can you electronically account for every screw in your inventory or do you need to rely on physical counts to ensure accuracy? Can you quickly identify and respond to new demand patterns?
With Oracle's PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse, you retain tight control over your entire supply chain while reducing costs. Combining a robust reporting and analysis tool with a comprehensive data repository, PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse provides a consolidated view of your entire supply chain, so you can analyze your performance-from procurement processes and inventory turns to production schedules and manufacturing efficiency-and make adjustments before problems impact your profitability and ability to maximize new opportunities.
A Powerful Foundation for Supply Chain Decisions: The PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse offers six seamlessly integrated but stand-alone data marts that deliver the maps, measures, and models required for running an efficient, cost-effective supply chain. Deployed together, the marts provide a single source of supply chain data for complete reporting and analysis. Deployed independently, the marts provide best practice analysis in a single discipline without requiring a complete warehouse implementation. Each of the data marts has been rationalized to accept and store content from PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and JD Edwards World product families, allowing you to bring data together from these source systems into one place for reporting and analysis.
Fulfillment and Billing Mart: Fulfillment and Billing Mart tracks customers, orders, invoices, returns, and shipping transactions to help you evaluate your order-to-cash processes and deliver high-quality products on time.
Inventory Mart: Inventory Mart enables you to analyze inventory accuracy, demand, movement, and turns, so you can shave excess without endangering your flexibility.
Procurement Mart: Procurement Mart captures information about buyers, requisitions, purchase orders, shipments, and product quality, giving you a complete picture of buyer and supplier performance.
Spend Mart: Spend Mart provides full visibility into the source-to-settle process to help you to drive down unit costs without sacrificing product and service quality.
Manufacturing Mart: Manufacturing Mart provides visibility into the cost, reliability, timeliness, and efficiency of your manufacturing operations so you always make the most accurate decisions on plant, equipment, and production investments.
Supply Chain Planning Mart: Supply Chain Planning Mart enables you to analyze how your actual order fulfillment, purchasing, production, interunit transfers, inventory levels, and capacity utilization aligns or deviates from your supply chain plan, so you can make the appropriate adjustments to keep your operations running efficiently.
Flexible Information Access: PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse delivers packaged reports for Oracle BI Standard Edition (Discoverer). PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse also supports third party BI tools, including those from Cognos, MicroStrategy, and Business Objects. With these flexible information access tools and PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse, knowledge workers, business analysts, and managers can perform sophisticated business analysis with ad-hoc querying and reporting, personalized scorecards and dashboards, multidimensional analysis and exploration, and formatted production-style reports.
Single, Analytics Framework: PeopleSoft Supply Chain Warehouse is built on Oracle's PeopleSoft EPM Foundation, a single analytics framework that provides IT organizations with one platform and toolset from which to manage and support your warehouse. PeopleSoft EPM Foundation includes best-in-class extract, transform, and load (ETL) tools, powerful metadata management tools, multi-currency and multi-language support, and built-in security features that enable unparalleled flexibility, openness, and modularity.