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Traditional, on-premises business systems weren’t designed to manage the complexities of launching and scaling global products and services. That’s why today’s most innovative organizations connect product lifecycle management, supply chain and manufacturing processes, and data in the cloud. Oracle has the strength and stability to always be here for you. With Oracle Cloud we deliver unified business processes with all the capabilities you need to support resilience, agility, innovation, and growth across your entire business. Like to know how you can fuel growth while staying ahead of customer demands? Register now to:
The last few years have brought significant challenges to manufacturers. Those that have already digitized their businesses are now in a better position to increase their market share. And companies that have not are now racing to catch up. The clear benefits of digitization are convincing manufacturers to go digital—enabling automation and collaboration to reduce latency and increase flexibility across the business. Digitizing in the cloud further supports resiliency, new business models, continuous innovation, and faster time to market. Join this live stream to learn how Oracle can help you accelerate your own business transformation and quickly realize the advantages of a smart, unified digital platform.
Group Vice President, Manufacturing Industries and Emerging Technologies
Manufacturers are faced with the demands of changing customer needs, accelerated delivery times, the faster pace of innovation, and the demand for product excellence. And most manufacturers still operate from multiple manufacturing sites, many of which specialize in different operations using different systems. But fast-changing disruptive technologies like IoT, AI/ML, robotics and cloud computing are shaping the factory of the future. Hear first hand stories from Noble Plastics and Titan as they share how a unified digital approach enabled them to seamlessly inter-connect their manufacturing operations. See how more visibility and better collaboration resulted in optimized designs, processes, and production, with improved core processes and better quality control. Come and learn about smart manufacturing in action from Oracle Industry 4.0 Lab.
Leaders around the world are putting a stake in the ground in the race to leverage alternative energy and achieve carbon neutrality. Hear about how supply chain operations are critical to these efforts and how Oracle Cloud is helping organizations build more sustainable businesses.
Chief Sustainability Officer and Group Vice President, Supply Chain Management Product Strategy
With today’s seismic volatility in market demand and supply constraints, manufacturers and shippers are faced with logistics challenges to meet customer demands. Customers want their complete orders to arrive in perfect condition, delivered on time, to the right place. Meeting and exceeding these expectations require the need for real-time end-to-end visibility, and better understanding of data to make faster and actionable decisions. In this session, learn how you can achieve consistent and on-time deliveries through Oracle’s transportation and warehouse management solutions, integrated with intelligent applications, including IoT fleet and cargo monitoring, yard management, machine learning, scenario modeling, and digital assistants.
Join us for this Q&A and learn how DP World rapidly opened new facilities, integrated acquisitions and reduced transportation spend by revamping its patchworked, disparate back office and operational systems to Oracle Cloud Logistics, a unified global suite in the Cloud.
Manufacturers are undergoing a transformation within their businesses to meet the requirements of the digital age. Service is the new battleground for driving sales, capturing and retaining customers and service offerings are reshaping business models. Everything from music to complex products such as vehicles and jet engines can be delivered as a service. However, making these business models profitable is not easy. It requires a “new operating model” that provides the flexibility needed for new revenue models such as offering “products as a service”, “pay-as-you-go” and subscription-based models. Join us to learn how to make new, service- oriented business models profitable.
Director, Discrete Industry Solutions
Innovation through new products or services or adapting your existing product mix to market changes requires flexible and rapid integrated business planning. It also requires timely insights from supply chain execution systems from order management through logistics, manufacturing and procurement. The Oracle Cloud offers an Integrated Business Planning and Execution solution that provides high level planning features supporting strategic decision making and tightly integrated execution data to manage real time operations. New features like the Oracle Planning Advisor, uses artificial intelligence to provide recommended actions, reducing planner data management tasks and driving execution toward company objectives for managing costs and improving customer service. Increasingly large planning and execution data environments can also benefit from Planning Advisors recommendation engine as it highlights plan to actual variance in real time, helping planners fully understand changing trends and disruption and reduce decision making latency.
Senior Director SCM Product Marketing
Oracle’s approach for future supply chain and factories of the future encompasses an array of intelligent applications and embedded technologies. We can help you demystify and easily assimilate IoT, blockchain and AI concepts and technologies into your digital strategy to create innovative services with less risk. Managing and analyzing the enormous amount of real-time data generated by the multitude of IoT-connected devices demands a multi-faceted robust IoT solution that incorporates the latest innovations such as digital twins, machine-learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing. Multi-enterprise visibility can be achieved with blockchain embedded within supply chain applications.
As hyper-globalization continues to shrink our global village at a rapid pace, we must collectively embrace the fact that our global workforces should reflect the diversity of our customers. We all know that “representation matters” and yet many multi-national corporations still have a long way to go when it comes to the representation of women, people of color, and other under-represented communities within their respective workforces. Countless studies have proven that global workforces that embed diversity and inclusion into their culture are more financially profitable. As multi-national corporations race to expand their employee workforces to represent the true diversity of their global customer base, many companies like Oracle understand this ever-evolving business imperative.
In this panel, Oracle executive leaders will share their thought leadership on the value to build a more diverse and inclusive culture.
John Barcus is an experienced Vice President of Manufacturing and emerging technologies with a demonstrated history of working in the manufacturing and information technology and services industries. He is a strong business development professional skilled in Industry, Business Process, Applications, Professional Services, Management, and Software as a Service (SaaS).
Jon Chorley is group vice president of product strategy for Oracle’s supply chain management (SCM) applications and leads the team responsible for driving the business requirements and product roadmaps for these applications. Oracle’s best-in-class SCM applications support value-chain transformation through the enablement of the information-driven value chain. These solutions include product lifecycle management, transportation and logistics, manufacturing, asset lifecycle management, value-chain planning, and order fulfillment.
Chorley is also the chief sustainability officer for Oracle. In this role, he drives and coordinates all initiatives, both internally and externally, related to environmental sustainability. This responsibility covers all areas, from IT infrastructure and business operation to corporate reporting and risk management. Oracle is committed to developing practices and products that help protect the environment.
Chorley has more than 25 years of experience in the software industry in a broad set of roles including sales, implementation, and development. He began his career with IBM, selling and deploying systems and application software. He was also a principal at Modular Systems, a consulting company specializing in supply chain applications for midsize companies. In addition, Chorley has led software development at Synon for a CASE development tool, and was vice president of National Envelope, a major paper company. He has been with Oracle for 15 years. Prior to his current role he was responsible for the development of Oracle’s supply-chain logistics applications.
Chorley graduated summa cum laude with a joint BA in physics and geophysics from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Terri Hiskey is the Vice President of SCM and Manufacturing Product Marketing for Oracle Corporation. She came to Oracle from Epicor, a global provider of ERP solutions for small and midsize manufacturers and distributors, where she led the manufacturing product marketing team. Previous to that, Terri spent nearly a decade leading various SCM product marketing efforts to promote Oracle’s product lifecycle management, manufacturing, maintenance and order management solutions. Terri has over twenty years of technology marketing experience focused primarily on helping customers efficiently design, build and service innovative products for the right markets at the right time. Based in Austin, Texas, she holds a BA from The George Washington University and an MA from Suffolk University.
Surya Kommareddy is the Director of Industry Strategy at Oracle. Surya has over 20 years of experience in developing and promoting digital solutions for discrete manufacturing. At Oracle, Surya leads Smart Manufacturing solution development, thought leadership, partner ecosystems, and experience demo creation. Before joining Oracle, Surya worked for DMG MORI, a globally renowned CNC machine tool manufacturer. At DMG MORI, he contributed to various technologies such as CAD/CAM, enterprise applications, automation, asset monitoring, and Industry 4.0. He also has diverse leadership experience in software engineering, product management, business strategy, and partnerships. He has a master’s in Mechanical Engineering from University of California, Davis, and an MBA from University of California, Berkeley. Surya’s current focus at Oracle is on AI for manufacturing, enabling factories of the future, and connected digital innovation.
Joan Lim leads product marketing for Oracle Cloud Logistics solutions, covering transportation, global trade, and warehouse management. Prior to Oracle, Joan held product marketing and strategy positions at Unilever, Qualcomm, Amadeus IT Group and various start-ups focusing on cloud applications and supply chain. Joan has a master’s degree in digital marketing strategy from Georgetown University, and a master’s degree in business from ESSCA Business School in France.
Tom McDonough is responsible for Oracle Cloud Supply Chain Planning and Collaboration Product Marketing at Oracle. He has 10 years of experience with cloud based SaaS products and product marketing and Supply Chain Software and Business Process Design.
Evelyn Mei is a Senior Product Strategy Manager at Oracle. She has launched two AI-based products for the enterprise - the Oracle Logistics Digital Assistant and the Oracle Machine Learning Capability for Transportation Management. She is a Professional Mentor at TechWomen, where she provides one-on-one support to the next generation of women leaders in STEM from the Middle East. She is also a Mentor at AI4ALL, where she coaches underrepresented US college students on the frontiers of AI and AI ethics.
Aniello Pepe is an Oracle Automotive Innovation Advisor with more than 25 years of experience in leading transformational propositions for Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), including CNH Industrial and Ferrari, Volkswagen Group and for SGS, the worldwide leader in the T.I.C. (Testing, Inspection, and Certification) industry.
He has been working in the discrete manufacturing, automotive and A&D industries for more than 25 years, as a business consultant, complemented by a deep knowledge of enterprise applications as director of product development and product marketing.
As an industry expert, he is frequently invited as a speaker to events and conferences. He worked in several innovation projects financed by EU Commission programs.
Michael Richter’s career has included senior marketing roles at News Corporation, MGM, Turner Entertainment Networks Asia, Inc., Yahoo!Inc.,Setanta Sports, Media Zoneand for the past 7-years, at Oracle. He led the pioneering roll out of cable and satellite TV in Asia and lived in Hong Kong for a10-year period in the 90'sthen transitioned to digital media and product management roles headquartered in the United States. After implementing Salesforce systems for a period of five years, he joined Oracle in 2013 as a CX strategist. In 2019, he moved to the Product Marketing team to launch Oracle’s first purpose-built application for supply chain management employing blockchain and IoT technologies. Demystifying complex concepts, producing compelling video assets and orchestrating global campaigns and virtual events is his passion. He holds an MBA in International Management from Thunderbird Global School of Management in Alliance with ASU, and a BA in Psychology from the University of Saint Thomas. A native of Minnesota, he is also a Luxembourg citizen and since 2000 has resided in San Francisco, California.
Traci Wade has been employed with Oracle for over 16 years. She had the pleasure to work as an Oracle Talent Advisor where she assisted with building diverse pipelines of talents. In 2009, Traci had an unique opportunity to launch the diversity and inclusion team as the Senior Diversity and Inclusion Consultant.
In July 2018, she was promoted into the Senior Director, Diversity and Inclusion role. In this role, Traci is responsible for leading a team that is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture within Oracle. She is leading this initiative by engaging our executive leaders in creating strategies to increase awareness of the business impact and value of diversity and inclusion.
Traci serves on the Advisory Council for Cal Poly, School of Business and Board Advisor to Advancing Minorities Interest in Engineering.
Joseph Clay is a VP of Human Capital Management supporting the NA market for Higher Education and Healthcare on Oracle’s Transformation team. He brings over 25 years of experience driving HR strategies across complex domestic and multinational organizations. Prior to joining Oracle, he was VP of Global Talent Management for Apollo Education in Phoenix, Arizona where he led talent acquisition, management and development for 16,000+ employees in global locations, including the Americas, Western Europe and Asia.
As an influencer and thought leader, he thrives in partnering with leaders to leverage smart emerging and cloud technology to address the toughest people challenges. He is a knowledgeable and enthusiastic advocate for driving sustainable process reengineering to improve HR service delivery, reduce costs and create more agile organizations.
Stefanie Kemp has been Country Leader Germany at Oracle since June 2020. Before joining Oracle, Stefanie held various positions as Vice President for Business Transformation and Digitalization. Her 30-year IT career also includes CIO positions at RWE and the Vorwerk Group. She received the CIO of the year and the Global Exchange Award. In addition to her role at Oracle, she sits on various committees such as a member of the non-executive committee of the eco association. She also advocates more femininity in information technology and in leadership positions. She is particularly proud of the "Ladies in Tech" special award for her commitment.
Dominic Regan is the Senior Director for Oracle's Value Chain Execution portfolio across Western Europe including Oracle Transportation Management, Oracle Warehouse Management, Oracle Global Trade Management and Landed Cost Management
Dominic is responsible for all Value Chain Execution sales development and business development activities. These include working with existing and potential customers in determining the business value and return on investment from deploying such solutions, as well developing Oracle's thought leadership position in this area.
Working Technical Advisor to Group COO for Logistics & Technology and Head of Projects & Solutions the DP World Group. He led large digital transformation projects using Oracle Fusion across DP World, established digital logistics platform, and implemented various technology solutions across 60+ countries.
Played a key role in developing strategy for acquisitions and managing post-acquisition integration with DP World network and has worked closely with business units in implementing the strategic objectives of the organization.
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Most firms cannot access the critical data needed for constant innovation. It needs a digital thread to align SCM and manufacturing data and connect processes and people on one platform to bridge the gaps, silos, and opportunities for failure within legacy systems. An integrated, and agile cloud platform lets you harness real-time data and insights to drive a strong and continuous ideas stream. So that you can plan, develop, and deliver faster innovation to serve customers’ changing needs.
Solutions: Product Lifecycle Management, Integrated Business Planning & Execution, Supply Chain Planning, Manufacturing, Maintenance, Service Logistics
When market needs keep changing you must respond, adapt, and innovate. Oracle Cloud helps you turn ideas into reality by unifying processes and connecting data end-to-end and at any scale. The world’s most advanced and adaptable cloud offers unmatched security and unparalleled cloud applications. With everything aligned on a single platform you can transform product, service, and business models to transform the value chain and drive a steady stream of innovative solutions.
Solutions: Analytics, Procurement, Customer Experience, Human Capital Management, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Innovation is about more than recognising great ideas. Connected digital innovation needs a powerful platform for collaborative and data-centric processes that enable you to collaborate effectively, progress ideas, pivot when needed, align resources and communicate effectively from start to finish. With Oracle every process in the innovation structure can be managed and controlled in a single system. Data is gathered and accessible, enabling you to progress product and service innovations dependably and successfully.
Solution: Product Lifecycle Management
Silos of information spread across legacy systems can only limit visibility, hamper collaboration, inhibit innovation and increase costs. Embracing integrated business planning and execution solutions transforms that visibility and enables united planning and action across all the development functions. Cloud planning enables you to create and align plans across the enterprise so that you can allocate resources, optimise performance, and promote profitable new product development.
Solutions: Supply Chain Planning, Integrated Business Planning & Execution
Today’s competitive marketplace requires fast responses and development of products that meet rapidly changing customer needs. It needs smart, modern, connected manufacturing models that can adapt dynamically to the changing environment and maintain manufacturing competitiveness. Oracle Cloud enables companies to streamline and synchronise manufacturing process to respond fast, boost efficiency and enable end-to-end visibility of the production process and costs.
Building services around customers is increasingly essential, and there are many ways that traditional products can be transformed and delivered ‘as a service’. Doing so effectively means you must be able to capture, analyse and act on what customers are saying. Companies that effectively capture the value of customer feedback can use it to drive new ideas, and develop, plan, and deliver them rapidly to create competitive advantage. They can keep designing and launching profitable products and services that keep customers returning and renewing.
Solutions: Maintenance, Service Logistics
Connected digital logistics can help you assure the perfect delivery on which you and your customers rely. Modern digital solutions can go a long way towards perfecting the path from order to delivery – and avoiding issues from poor inventory visibility, impact of capacity constraints and challenges of supply chain volatility. They can enable the reinvention of aspects of managing and fulfilling orders to streamline end-to-end processes, bring in greater flexibility, and manage the costs and practicalities around cross border trade.
Solutions: Warehouse Management, Order Management, Transportation Management, Global Trade Management
Today’s supply chain professionals need better insight to make fast and confident decisions. They need transparency, total traceability, and access to information with near-zero latency. Integrated cloud business applications and flexible access to information enable collaboration around a unified view of operations for effective monitoring and quick response to unplanned events. Oracle SCM solutions deliver insights that help users leverage all the advantages of connected data, IoT, AI and more to drive better supply chain performance.
Solutions : Intelligent Track & Trace, Intelligent Applications (IoT), Collaboration & Visibility
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