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Technology, the secret sauce and missing ingredient for construction payments

10/20/20

Mike Antis, global vice president – Textura at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines in Builders & Contractors Magazine how the financial health of the supply chain depends heavily on payments and cash flow for the suppliers and subcontractors who rely on these funds to pay employees and other expenses – and simply put, to remain in business.

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Capital planning in an unpredictable world

10/19/20

Dave Bullard, senior director product and industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Construction Global for an article which examines how in a crisis, cost-cutting may seem like the intuitive reaction but it should be treated with caution. In this environment the importance of adequate strategic planning and portfolio management is paramount, and decisions shouldn’t be made solely on the basis of cost but should also consider additional factors not visible to the planning team.

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Oracle's integrated platform, a holistic view for teams

10/19/20

Geoff Roberts, director, global industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Energy Digital for an article which examines how niche technology solutions, which are often easy to set up and quick to establish, are tempting to business units and departments when facing a specific challenge. But these days with digitization at the strategic level, the proliferation of niche products only serves to undermine the establishment of holistic thinking within a business. It can impede the progress of broader digital evolution, which now more than ever needs to be fast-tracked, and ultimately of project outcomes.

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Humanise to truly digitise

10/14/20

Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines how the presence and impact of technology will undoubtedly increase in facilities management and people are key to its success in Facilities Management (UK). Processes and procedures will be enhanced as technology is embraced, and automating routine repetitive tasks allows facilities management personnel to focus on the more rewarding human aspects of delivering the services.

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Digital solutions: Building the worksite of the future

10/13/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Global Business Units, examines how the construction industry is learning to respond to the new and unprecedented era of disruption in Construction & Civil Engineering. While COVID-19 related challenges around health and safety has brought further delays to construction sites, it has only revealed what the industry already knows – it remains one of the least digitized industries.

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The global 50: Open innovation across continents for buildings and infrastructure’s digital transformation

10/01/20

Oracle Construction and Engineering was recognized by BuiltWorlds in their annual “The Global 50 Innovators” list. The Global 50 is the publications list of the top change agents in the construction industry, companies driving innovation at home and also in places well beyond their headquarters.

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3Q Tech Report: New Ideas for a Strange Era

09/30/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Global Business Units, was interviewed by ENR Magazine for their Q3 Tech Report, an article which focuses on the emergence of the technological solutions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Kaplanoglu discusses how the industry has seen an acceleration of technology adoption and digitization over the past few months and how some tools are evolving from “nice-to-have” to “must-have” in the new environment.

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5G - The Great Construction Site Modernizer

09/28/20

Sherief Elabd, industry strategy & innovation at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by MODUS magazine for an article detailing how 5G will deliver an exponential leap in speed, opening the way for a new generation of construction technology. This increased speed will lead in improvements in productivity, costs and quality, and enable quicker project decision-making to address issues sooner.

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Humans and Robots: Building the Future Together

09/23/20

Oracle’s Virtual Road Trip made a stop at the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab, where influencer Bill Kleyman received a tour from Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, and his sidekick Spot (the robot dog) of the innovations Oracle is working on to promote safer construction during COVID-19.

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FEATURE: 'Humanise to digitise', says Oracle2020

09/15/20

Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines how the presence and impact of technology will undoubtedly increase in facilities management and people are key to its success in Logistics Middle East. Processes and procedures will be enhanced as technology is embraced, and automating routine repetitive tasks allows facilities management personnel to focus on the more rewarding human aspects of delivering the services.

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Innovation Lab Showcases the Construction Industry’s Tech Future

09/10/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Global Business Units, was interviewed by Oracle Connect for an article detailing how the work being done at the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab is ushering in the future of the digitally-enabled construction site that both improves efficiency and worker safety.

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The Promise and Benefits of IoT in the Construction Sector

09/07/20

Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines what the Internet of Things (IoT) mean for construction, facilities, and asset management in the healthcare space in Planning, BIM & Construction Today. Connected devices are touted to have great benefits, but can stated benefits like ‘early warning’, ‘remote monitoring’ and ‘continuous data collection’ be quantified to the extent that they warrant change or investment?

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The Worksite of Tomorrow, Today

08/21/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, explores in the article "The Worksite of Tomorrow, Today," how the construction industry is responding to industry disruption through innovation on UK Construction Online. With the unpredictability around job sites, project managers must consider innovative but dependable solutions to achieve project delivery success in this new reality.

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Eliminate Siloes in Construction With Integrated Project Delivery

08/20/20

Frank Malangone, senior director product & industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, explores in the article “Eliminate Siloes in Construction With Integrated Project Delivery Systems,” the need for construction businesses to fully embrace modern project delivery technology in Construction Executive. Modern project delivery technology enables project teams and other stakeholders to leverage common tools to drive automation and process improvements across their project activities.

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How the Pandemic is Teaching Tech Some Crossover Moves

08/07/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by eWeek for an article titled “How the Pandemic is Teaching Tech Some Crossover Moves.” The article explains how this pandemic will come to be seen as a moment when industries were forced to look outside their boxes and borrow ideas from one another to stay afloat and adapt to new ways of doing business. Kaplanoglu explains that “We can change the course of our industries and how we live; we’ve always adapted to world-historical events in the past, and we can do it now if we put our minds to it.”

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Machine Learning: It’s all About the Data

08/06/20

Construction and Engineering was interviewed by International Construction for an article titled “Machine learning: It’s all about the data.” Venkatasubramanian explains that “Data is the lifeblood for any AI and machine learning strategy to work. Many construction businesses already have data available to them without realising it. Models can use this existing data repository to train on and then compare against a validation test before it is used for real world prediction scenarios.”

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How Data Analysis in Construction Improves Sustainability

08/05/20

Frank Malangone, senior director product & industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, explores in the article “How Data Analysis in Construction Improves Sustainability” was picked up Green Building & Design Magazine. The article goes on to say “As people look for ways to lessen their impact on the environment, sustainable construction is becoming much more in demand. Many construction organizations are placing a much bigger focus on baking sustainability into their practices, and even their corporate social responsibility initiatives as governments and customer’s alike call for more sustainable building options.”

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Oracle Connecting Construction

08/01/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Construction Global (Pages 36-47) in an article titled “Oracle Connecting Construction.” Kaplanoglu explains why connectivity is the king when it comes to enabling the digital technologies transforming the construction industry. “Necessity is the mother of innovations. Things have changed in terms of how fast companies are looking to scale solutions,” says Kaplanoglu. “Collaboration with customers, partners, and industry institutions – especially at a time like this – is really important to help us build a better future.”

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Q&A: Oracle’s Burcin Kaplanoglu – Innovation in the Pandemic

07/25/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, spoke with was interviewed by BIM+ in an article titled “Q&A: Oracle’s Burcin Kaplanoglu – Innovation in the Pandemic.” Kaplanoglu explains how when the pandemic hit Oracle reconfigured its Industries Innovation Lab to test new approaches to remote progress monitoring, materials tracking and social distancing, and details the results. “The world is in a different place, necessity is the mother of invention, as they say, and it’s pushing everyone to a new place where these technologies will gain wider adoption,” said Kaplanoglu.

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Acquisition of Work Planning System Captures Tech Leaders' Interest

07/01/20

Frank Malangone, Senior Director Product & Industry Strategy at Oracle Construction & Engineering spoke with ENR magazine for an article titled “Acquisition of Work Planning System Captures Tech Leaders' Interest.” The article details the acquisition of Grit Virtual by Construxiv Technologies, a construction scheduling and management software that allows for detailed activity planning by general contractors and subcontractors. “Up until now, all of the products I am aware of have used relational databases, but what [Construxiv Technologies] is doing with graph [databases] is connecting one object with another and creating this [unlimited] hierarchy of relationships—parent, child, grandchild [etc.],” said Malangone. “When you think of trying to connect a complex schedule with submittals and procurement and all the rest, graph is a natural. It’s very extensible. That’s why I think it’s important to the industry. It can make those connections.”

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Just Do IoT

07/01/20

Healthcare Facilities published a contributed article by Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering titled, “Just do IoT.” Roelvink discusses how the Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere these days, and how people they are planning for, talking about or developing for it. “With the prevalence of IoT, what does it mean for construction and property management in the healthcare space/facilities? Will it actually provide real benefits and efficiencies or is its value yet to become apparent?” said Roelvink.

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Three Essential Components for Successful Design-Build Project Management

06/26/20

Modern Contractor Solutions published the contributed article by Frank Malangone, senior director product & industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, titled, “Three Essential Components for Successful Design-Build Project Management.” Malangone discusses how owners are seeking more reliable ways to evaluate competing contractors’ credentials and make the best decisions based on time and cost considerations. “Ultimately, they must have the confidence that their contractors have the tools and experience to help them successfully deliver on a design-build project,” said Malangone.

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Here Comes 5G

06/26/20

Modern Contractor Solutions published the contributed article by Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, titled “Here Comes 5G.” Kaplanoglu discuss how every industry is looking to how 5G will impact their operations, and the construction industry is perhaps one that stands to gain the most from the technology. “A facet of 5G that could offer the most benefits is “network slicing”—which enables communication service providers to tailor connectivity services to the precise requirements of any user, device, application, or context,” said Kalanoglu.

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Oracle Lab Helps Social Distancing

06/17/20

Construction Equipment Magazine details how the Oracle team has used AI to monitor project progress and encourage social distancing during the current expansion of the Industries Innovation Lab in Chicago.

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5G Network Slicing for Construction

06/02/20

Builders & Constructors Magazine published the contributed article by Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, titled “5G Network Slicing for Construction.” Kaplanoglu discuss how as more stories come out about the potential use of 5G across different industries, the construction industry is one that could quickly see specific – and significant – benefits from the technology. “One such use case could be around the ‘network slicing’ capability of 5G, which enables communication service providers to tailor connectivity services to the precise requirements of any given application, user, device, or context,” said Kaplaoglu.

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How Construction Firms can Capitalise on Their Data

05/27/20

BIM Today published a contributed article from Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data and analytics at Oracle Construction and Engineering, titled ‘You Have Data—Here’s What to Do with It.’ Venkatasubramanian says, “Data continues to fascinate the construction industry. Where other industries are much more mature in terms of their ‘big data’ journey, in construction, it is still gaining traction. Construction is often considered being behind in its digitisation journey, but in this weakness lies a significant strength: the ability to innovate like never before. And the opportunities presented by technology are starting to justify the cost more than ever.”

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How Oracle”s Innovation Lab Could Help You Keep Your Social Distance

05/21/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering spoke with Built In Chicago about how the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab in Chicago is working with technology partners to adapt their systems to enable safe building and minimize disruption at construction sites. “Our industry was heading this direction of more digitization, more offsite construction, more remote operations, connected tools, and connected equipment,” said Kaplanoglu. “Now we’re in a place to increase the adoption of these tools that we all have been talking about and working on for a while.”

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How IT Investment Can Pay Off for Construction

05/13/20

Construction News UK published a contributed article by Steve Cooper, vice president of sales at Oracle Construction and Engineering titled ‘How IT Investment Can Pay Off for Construction”. Cooper discusses how the current health crisis has shown how crucial it is to use common cloud-based solutions along the supply chain. “Cloud effectively allows people to work together with the same information. When different organisations are making decisions on projects, they are making those decisions on the same information as everyone else. There is just better decision-making,” said Cooper.

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How Construction Firms Can Begin a Data Journey

04/28/20

Construction Executive published a contributed article by Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data and analytics at Oracle Construction and Engineering titled, ‘How Construction Firms Can Begin a Data Journey.’ The article provides keys to unlocking and extracting value from the piles of data organizations have accumulated over years of projects and activities, including defining goals, identifying and analyzing data, and applying analysis to current projects.

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Oracle On 5G “Network Slicing” for the Construction Industry

04/10/20

Construction Week Online published a contributed article from Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle’s executive director, innovation officer, “How 5G ‹Network Slicing’ Can Help the Construction Industry.” Kaplanoglu discusses how the construction industry is one that could quickly see specific—and significant—benefits from 5G technology.

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