A unified solution for SCM and HR improves front-line and operations employee experience and retention and provides visibility and insights across your supply and demand plans, logistics operations, recruiting, and workforce management. The result is improved supply chain performance and customer satisfaction.
See how Oracle can help companies like yours minimize supply chain disruption and increase employee retention. This recent ebook explores the benefits of connecting SCM and HR processes in a single cloud with built-in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies. These benefits include getting a clear view across your operations and workforce, engaging employees with personalized experiences, and improving supply and workforce planning accuracy.
As SCM front-line labor shortages intensify global supply chain disruptions, meeting customer demands is increasingly difficult. In a new report, Bob Ferrari, a well-known analyst, explains why SCM and HR team partnerships can tackle worker turnover.
Bob Ferrari addresses the impacts of supply chain worker shortages on managers, staff, and technical positions. His findings amplify the need for SCM and HR leaders to innovate their HR practices together to increase worker retention.
Learn how to turbo boost talent in trucking.
Oracle Cloud connects SCM and HCM on one cloud platform with a common data model. Having a single worker record across the supply chain and HR streamlines processes, eliminates redundancy, improves workforce capacity planning, and reduces errors across workforce planning, time and labor, supply and demand planning, procurement, logistics, and more.
A connected, cross-functional analytics view eliminates data silos with a single extensible data model for analytics across Oracle Fusion Cloud SCM, ERP, and HCM. Monitoring business performance across different departments is easy with prebuilt KPIs that leverage ML. Further enrich your analytics with more than 50 native, self-service connectors to access other Oracle and non-Oracle datasources.
A unified view of your financial, operational, and workforce planning applications improves planning accuracy and makes your company more agile. Using AI, ML, and predictive analytics, you can enable finance, SCM planning, and HR teams to make quick decisions with real-time data. By building a supply chain that’s prepared for any global change, your business can stay resilient and plan for success.
By using AI-driven analytics across your back office, you can connect workforce and operational data to identify critical labor areas that are underperforming, detect and resolve issues, and predict business outcomes. Cross-functional analytic views can foster synergistic partnerships between the COO and CHRO to improve decision-making, predict more accurately, plan more intelligently, and reduce costs.
Best-in-class companies are
more likely to have an end-to-end SCM application spanning multiple systems creating a holistic view1
of organizations adopt an approach of strategic workforce planning, examining required skills, competencies, and costs2
Analytic-leader firms are
more likely to make at least moderate use of predictive analytics3
Discover how cross-functional analytics provide data-driven insight into operational and workforce bottlenecks to help mitigate labor constraints and rebalance the production and distribution networks.
This report examines several case studies of HR analytics in 2021, including blending HR data with operational data for holistic workforce insight, and comparing to other organizations’ best practices.
Moving its supply chain and HR systems from SAP to Oracle Cloud ERP, SCM, and HCM has helped TTX to modernize their vital link in North America’s supply chain.
“The Oracle solution proved to be the most complete, modern suite of enterprise applications on a common platform. It allows us to concentrate on our business and not on the technology that supports it. That’s what we were looking for.”
—Bruce Schinelli, CIO and VP, TTX
MIT Technology Review Insights, in association with Oracle, surveyed and interviewed more than 860 executives to learn how companies worldwide conduct strategic enterprise planning.
Using sensor data from connected devices and wearables can enable you to proactively manage workplace safety and prevent supply chain workers from making critical missteps.
Put the power of skills to work by bringing together skills data from across talent processes and your organization to connect employees with growth opportunities.
Ensure regulatory compliance and identify causes of incidents with real-time visibility into workplace environments.
1,3 Aberdeen Strategy & Research report, “Retail Omni-intelligence: Leveraging Analytics to Combine CX Insights with Supply Chain Operations to Boost Satisfaction and Performance”