Tuesday Apr 19, 2016

Essentials of Oracle PLM for Retailers

With new competitors, trends, regulations, business models, markets and technologies, rapid change defines your industry. Disconnected systems cannot support how fast your retail organization needs to anticipate, respond, and adapt to new product-and service-related challenges.

Oracle PLM gives you an integrated innovation platform with the speed, oversight, and control to deliver higher quality products to market sooner. By enabling modern PLM processes for retail, you can achieve faster growth, competitive differentiation, and profitability. 

Here's a quick overview of the Essentials of Oracle PLM for Retailers:

  • Private Label Management
    Managing the innovation and commercialization of your own product lines as a retailer is no easy task. Oracle PLM provides a single version of the truth for product information, giving you greater control over costs, quality, compliance, and efficiency.

  • Menu Management
    Stay ahead of evolving consumer preferences—such as taste, variety, local sourcing, sustainability, and nutrition information—while balancing cost and value. For quick-serve, casual, and fine dining restaurants, a single innovation hub allows you to centralize product and supplier information to efficiently develop new offerings, change menus quickly, experiment with variations, and keep consumers informed.

  • Innovation
    Tap social networks—a primordial soup of ideas—to select the best ones, capture requirements, and funnel the meaning behind all that big data directly to product development. Oracle PLM provides a seamless solution in the cloud to elegantly navigate this massive amount of data to identify and translate the right ideas into profitable products.

  • Artwork and Packaging
    Make sure your product’s packaging is superb. Visualize and collaborate on the artwork, packaging, and labels in a secure, web-based system that’s accessible from anywhere. Oracle PLM simplifies, automates, accelerates, and tracks packaging changes—so that you can reduce time to market, eliminate errors, and control risk.

  • Portfolio Optimization
    Innovate strategically by establishing a systematic approach to manage innovation investments. Optimize your product and service portfolio by balancing sustainable, iterative innovations with bolder, more experimental offerings. Standardize the proposal process and collaborate securely with team members. Model what-if scenarios, analyze each potential innovation investment, and select your optimal go-to-market portfolio.

  • Analytics
    Make more informed product decisions with role-based, actionable insight at any stage of the product lifecycle. Embedded analytics empower decision-makers with relevant information so that they can proactively take steps to improve product performance.

  • Cloud
    Choose the right deployment model that fits your business requirements. Oracle PLM Cloud uniquely offers world-class PLM backed by all the innovations, efficiencies, and cost savings of Oracle Cloud.

    Oracle is committed to providing best-in-class PLM solutions in the right deployment option for your business: PLM on Oracle Cloud, managed cloud, or on premises. Trust Oracle to help transform your product development processes to fit your business needs and ROI expectations.

    Find more details, customer case studies, reports, and brochures on the Oracle PLM for the Retail Industry website.

    Kerrie Jordan is Director, PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Follow her on Twitter @KerJordan.

Thursday Jan 07, 2016

Agile Product Lifecycle Management 9.3.5 and Oracle Product Lifecycle Analytics 3.5 are available

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We are pleased to announce the general availability of Agile Product Lifecycle Management 9.3.5 and Oracle Product Lifecycle Analytics (OPLA) 3.5 release. Both are now available on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud website.

Oracle’s Agile Product Lifecycle Management solutions enable businesses to accelerate product innovation and maximize product profitability by managing the information, processes, and decisions about their products throughout the product lifecycle and across the global product network. With a broad suite of enterprise-class product lifecycle management (PLM) applications and time-to­-value-focused implementations, Oracle provides the most comprehensive PLM solution in the industry. We continue to deliver on our Oracle Applications Unlimited commitment to continuously innovate in current applications while also delivering the next generation of Cloud applications.

Agile PLM

Agile PLM 9.3.5 extends the value and flexibility of Agile PLM with the addition of a Multi-Project Gantt, a Gantt editor that supports multi-project program and dynamic portfolio assessment. Additionally we have added single and multi-project Gantt resource risk assessment and custom filtering, as well as other user driven enhancements. In Agile PLM 9.3.5 Engineering Collaboration, we have added a new process, Design Release, that extends the reach and control of Agile workflow management directly to the engineers for the review, markup incorporation, release, and publication of CAD design files into PLM, directly from the CAD client and/or in the Web client. Finally the implementation of AutoVue 21, with Agile PLM 9.3.5, continues to improve performance and extend markup management.

Agile Product Lifecycle Management 9.3.5 is available on Oracle Software Delivery Cloud for download under the respective licensed products. The Agile Product Lifecycle Management Documentation Library Release v9.3.5 (Part Number E69230_01) is available on the OTN. TOIs for Agile PLM 9.3.5 will be available shortly after release on My Oracle Support.  Search in the Knowledge area for Article ID 1962485.1. Also check Support's MOS announcement Now Available: Agile Product Lifecycle Management 9.3.5 (Doc ID 2093968.1). For a more detailed description of the release, refer to the release notes available with the release software and documentation.

Oracle Product Lifecycle Analytics is a comprehensive solution which provides Integrated Performance Management to establish priorities and measure business objectives, Operational Analytics to proactively address issues as they arise and Reporting to provide stakeholders a consistent view of progress - enables companies to develop and launch innovative products that deliver on key performance metrics. With pre-built best practice analytical capabilities, Oracle Product Lifecycle Analytics turns large volumes of product lifecycle data into insights to quickly identify and mitigate product risk, monitor metrics and optimize resources to execute in line with key business objectives.

Oracle Product Lifecycle Analytics 3.5 certifies OPLA with the new capabilities of OBIEE 11.1.1.9,0 extends the operational schema to align with new content added in Agile PLM 9.3.1 to Agile PLM 9.3.5 enabling new analytics such as Intellectual Property Analytics and Time Sheet Analytics, extends OPLA configurator to include Page 2 fields and provides additional performance improvements.

New capabilities of the OPLA 3.5 release includes certification with OBIEE 11.1.1.9.0 which offers several new capabilities, such as Mobile Application Designer, Treemap visualization which is useful when charting percent contribution such as Number of Quality Events based on Failure Modes & Product lines / Change Orders by Product lines and Reason for Change, Search for a column within a Subject Area, Save Calculated Items in a Web-Catalog, or Global variables to save intermediate calculations and make them available to other analysis. The Operational Data Schema (also referred to as Staging layer in previous releases) has been enriched with selected additional tables added in 9.3.3, 9.3.4 and 9.3.5 releases including PPM calendar, time sheet tables, new attributes from file folders, and Innovation Management dedicated attributes from Item Page 2. Additional Page 2 Fields introduced in 9.3.3 and 9.3.4 have been made available in the OPLA Configurator. Performance Improvements (for Agile PLM A9) have been achieved: The overall cycle time of the ETL load times have been improved using tuning and parallel processes, and the ability to select data by module has been introduced for Operational Data Schema.

OPLA

OPLA 3.5 is certified with sources Agile PLM 9.3.5, 9.3.4, 9.3.3, and PLM for Process 6.2., 6.1, 6.1.1, and technology stack Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11.1.1.9.0, Oracle Data Integrator 11.1.1.9.0, Oracle Database Server 12cR1,(version 12.1.0.1+), Oracle Database Server 11gR2, (version 11.2.0.3+).

OPLA 3.5 is available on Oracle Software Delivery Cloud for download under the following licensed product: ‘Oracle Product Lifecycle Analytics’. The OPLA 3.5 documentation library is available on OTN (part number E70337-01). Documentation updates are continuous and posted to OTN as they are completed.  Please always reference OTN for the latest guides. For a more detailed description of the release, refer to the release notes available with the release software and documentation.

Tuesday Jan 05, 2016

What to expect in the biggest PLM event of the year at the Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016

The biggest PLM event of the year is almost here! Come January 25-28, 2016 we'll be celebrating our 4th annual Modern Supply Chain Experience (previously Value Chain Summit), in San Jose, CA with over 2,000 PLM and Supply Chain leaders, partners, experts and students.

We have so many reasons to be excited this year about the Modern Supply Chain Experience. Watch this short video on the Top 5 PLM reasons to attend the event, for the rest 100 reasons, please keep reading:

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Monday Dec 07, 2015

Top 5 PLM reasons to attend the Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016 [Video]

Join us at the annual Modern Supply Chain Experience, January 25-28, 2016 in San Jose, California.  Watch this short video on the top 5 PLM reasons to attend the most important Oracle PLM event of 2016 and register today.

Product development best practices have changed dramatically in recent years, join us at the conference, speak with our experts, ask questions and learn how you can transform your product value chain to deliver superior results.

Click here for the PLM agenda. 

Tuesday Dec 01, 2015

Oracle Innovation Management Cloud Live Demo - Friday, Dec 4

The best supply chains have a great product at the core. However, the biggest challenge for companies is selecting the right idea and converting it to a great product. Complex supply chains, alignment with corporate strategy, time and budget pressures, and fragmented processes exacerbate the problem.

Oracle Innovation Management Cloud can help companies ensure each idea is evaluated from a 360 degree perspective, prior to investment, to align within a balanced portfolio of growth strategies and confirm it can be delivered within time, budget, resource constraints.

Register now for the upcoming live webcast and see how Oracle Innovation Management Cloud can help you optimize your portfolio, drive top-line revenue growth, and innovate at lightning speed. 

Friday, December 4, 2015: 12:00 p.m. ET Register

For more details on Oracle Innovation Management Cloud please click here

Friday Nov 06, 2015

Oracle Value Chain Summit 2016 Renamed Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016

The Oracle Value Chain Summit 2016 got a new name for 2016 - Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016.  Now in it's 4th year, the Modern Supply Chain Experience hosts over 2,000 PLM and Supply Chain leaders, partners, students and experts.  With roots in the legendary Agility User Conference for Agile PLM customers, this event has been specifically asked for by customers, and has welcomed more Oracle PLM users than any other.

Immerse yourself in four days of PLM sessions, training, exhibits, demos, advisory boards and workshops. Get the education, ideas and know-how you need to revamp your PLM infrastructure with unmatched access to PLM customers, experts, partners, and the product management team behind Agile PLM and PLM Cloud.

The Early Bird Registration Rate has been extended to November 15, but time is running out.  Don't miss this opportunity to attend the biggest Oracle PLM event of 2016!

Kerrie Jordan is Director, PLM Product Marketing at Oracle.  Follow her on Twitter @KerJordan. Learn more about Oracle PLM Cloud, Oracle Agile PLM, and Oracle Agile PLM for Process at www.oracle.com/plm

Friday Oct 16, 2015

Harmonize your enterprise processes with Oracle Product MDM Cloud [Video]

 Many companies are increasingly feeling the pressure to deliver timely, accurate and targeted product information to customers in order to deliver higher sales revenue, superior customer satisfaction and efficient omni-channel commerce.

However, fragmented and inconsistent data causes significant operational inefficiencies throughout the enterprise, delays product launches, affects trading partners’ collaboration and creates supply chain inefficiencies. Are you also struggling with similar challenges?

Oracle Product Hub Cloud can help your organization overcome product data fragmentation by providing a single repository where product and catalog data can be consolidated, standardized, enriched and shared within the enterprise and beyond.

Watch this short video to see how you can accelerate your product launches, drive superior customer experience, optimize omni-channel commerce and streamline trading partner collaboration with Oracle Product Hub Cloud, a best-in-class Product Master Data Management (MDM) system for your enterprise, delivered via Cloud for lower cost and faster deployment.

To learn more about the Oracle Product MDM Cloud solution please visit: www.oracle.com/ProductMDMCloud



Tuesday Oct 13, 2015

Oracle PLM Cloud: Innovate, Develop, Commercialize [Video]

Remarkably,  a recent survey showed that 90% of companies’ products are slow to market and often over budget. 84% of business leaders reported no time to make sure they are investing in the right product ideas in the first place. The pressure is on. You need to develop and deliver successful, profitable products on time.

Watch this video to see how the new Oracle PLM Cloud solution can help you innovate, develop and commercialize profitable products fast. It’s designed to speed time to market, lower costs, and give you the insight you need to invest in the right opportunities for your business.

Click here to watch the two-minute video.

To learn more about Oracle Product Lifecycle Management applications, please visit www.oracle.com/plm

Monday Oct 05, 2015

Innovation Management Cloud live webcast - Friday Oct 9th

Businesses still struggle with product innovation, too often missing the market or launching the wrong product. 76% of companies view product innovation as a key strategic business priority, but 90% of them admitted they are slow to market and often over-budget.

It’s time to make innovation your core competence and fuel your innovation pipeline with a winning portfolio of offerings. Oracle Innovation Management Cloud can help you better decide which ideas to select and convert into products, improving your profitability and returns.

Register now for the upcoming live webcast and see how Oracle Innovation Management Cloud can help you optimize your portfolio, drive top-line revenue growth, and innovate at lightning speed. 

Friday, October 9, 2015: 12:00 p.m. ET Register

For more details on the upcoming Oracle Innovation Management Cloud webcast click here

Thursday Sep 17, 2015

Registration Opens for "OVCS 2.0" - The Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016

We are delighted to announce that registration is officially open for the next Oracle Value Chain Summit, this time with a new name and fresh look - the Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016!

The Modern Supply Chain Experience 2016 takes place January 25-27 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California.  PLM is front and center this year, with a huge emphasis on the revolutionary new Oracle PLM Cloud offering including Innovation Management Cloud, Product Development Cloud, and Project Management Cloud. You will also find plenty of educational and thought-provoking content on Agile PLM, Agile PLM for Process, PLM Analytics, social development, mobile apps, Internet of Things, and Product MDM Cloud.

It’s all geared to helping companies transform their Product Value Chains to innovate, develop, and commercialize profitable products.

This has been, and continues to be, the #1 must-attend Oracle PLM event of the year. Don’t miss it in 2016!

Learn more at www.modernsupplychainexperience.com


 Kerrie Jordan is Director, PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Follow her on Twitter @KerJordan

Thursday Jun 04, 2015

Frustrated Yet? Here's a Simpler Look at Innovation Best Practices

Your newsfeeds are probably just as full as mine of articles and comments about brilliant new innovations. Now is an exciting time to be a product and supply chain professional. But it can also be pretty aggravating, especially if those articles are written about your competition. Even worse, if you failed to get the same idea off the ground two years ago!

PwC reported five-year growth projections for top innovators run beyond 60% but sit around just 20-35% for average innovators, so it’s no wonder most CEOs are pushing their organizations to figure out how to make better innovation happen more effectively.

Therein lies the struggle: Although the benefits of being a top innovator are well documented, how to become a top innovator… not so much.

Oracle recently launched a new Modern Best Practice for Innovation website designed to educate professionals on the latest methods of managing innovation according to modern best practices, enabled by Oracle Innovation Management Cloud. The website provides a clear and simple, step-by-step guide to transform fragmented product development processes into a universal, objective Innovation Management competency.

You’ll find the Innovation process divided into 5 core functions:

Take a moment to explore how Oracle can help you select and translate a steady stream of innovative ideas into a predictive product portfolio and go-to-market strategy.  You'll also find plenty of helpful resources like white papers, videos, and reports to better understand how you can increase innovation-driven revenue with Oracle Innovation Management Cloud. Happy innovating!

Kerrie Jordan is Director, PLM Product Marketing at Oracle.  Follow her on Twitter @KerJordan

Thursday May 28, 2015

Free Demo of Oracle Innovation Management Cloud on June 5

The Oracle team will host a free, live demo for anyone who's interested in learning more about Oracle Innovation Management Cloud.  Register now for the webinar on June 5, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. PT.


See what analysts, bloggers, and innovation visionaries have been buzzing about - a way to systematize innovation that closes the gap between executive strategy and executing development.  Only Oracle Innovation Management Cloud can provide insight into the business outcome of every idea, giving you the information to make better decisions about investing in new innovations. Learn how to influence top line revenue by innovating strategically.  Register now for the webcast on June 5, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. PT.

Tuesday May 26, 2015

Oracle PLM Mobile App 3.0 Now Available for iOS and Android

Oracle Product Lifecycle Management Mobile App 3.0 recently became available for iOS and Android devices.  So if you haven't yet, download the app for free from the Apple AppStore and Google Playstore.

What's New in 3.0: you'll get the latest look and feel, a modernized platform, and defect fixes.

If you're looking for a demo of the Oracle PLM mobile app, here's a pretty comprehensive video on YouTube.

Thursday Apr 09, 2015

From Farm to Table: How PLM Serves Up Your Chicken Sandwich

Ever wonder how your lunch was made? How did that meal end up on the plate in front of you?  Given all the ingredients, equipment, data, processes and players involved, few can tell the whole story. But one type of enterprise software has recorded every detail – Product Lifecycle Management.

John Kelley, Vice President of Product Value Chain Strategy and Kerrie Jordan, Director of Product Value Chain Marketing, Oracle discuss PLM's many roles in your chicken sandwich. Read the full article in Food Manufacturing magazine by clicking here

To learn more about Oracle Product Lifecycle Management applications, visit www.oracle.com/plm

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Wednesday Apr 01, 2015

European Value Chain Summit 2015 - A Retrospective

On March 10th and 11th 2015, we have completed the 3rd annual Oracle European Value Chain Summit with great success! Over 520 attendees, coming from 20 different countries, found their way to the Twickenham Stadium in London, for a great 2-day program with more than 50 excellent presentations provided by Oracle’s executives, external guru’s, partners, Oracle experts and many customers! With this, it was the largest European supply chain event we have ever hosted! All direct and indirect comments we have got from customers, partners and also from our Oracle colleagues are extremely positive.


Content

We provided a very interesting program for prospects and for current customers, also highly praised by our partners. The event featured more speakers than in the event in previous years. We started in the morning with plenary sessions, and continued a very interesting program with breakouts and product deep dive workshops for 360° Innovation, Customer Centric Value Chains, and Compliant Networks, as well as specific Industry focused sessions, covering Value Chain for Retail, Electronics & High Tech, Consumer Goods, and even a specific Product Value Chain Roundtable for Life Sciences (Pharma), as well as Solution Lab sessions.

We enjoyed great support from our customers: Without you this great event would not have been possible, thank you so much!


Oracle Value Chain Awards

Oracle awarded three Value Chain Excellence customers and partners in the three categories: 360 Degree Innovation, Compliant Networks, and Customer Centric Value Chain. Oracle Vice President Karen Clarke took pride in handing over the trophies to the winners.

DragonWave, a leading provider of high-capacity packet microwave solutions that drive next-generation IP networks, is the winner of the Oracle Value Chain 360 Degree Innovation Award 2015. A key to Dragonwave´s success is their ability to quickly integrate new companies and new technologies in their global product development and their strategic weapon to execute is Oracle’s Agile PLM platform. The core team of Yaniv Pichoto is supported in Tel Aviv by Oracle Specialized Partner Top Group.

SORIN GROUP, a global medical device company and a leader in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, is the winner of the Oracle Value Chain Compliant Networks Award 2015. As a leading implantable Medical Device company, Sorin has to be compliant with Unique Device Identification (UDI) regulations. Sorin Group was the first company in Europe and the second company in the world to become UDI compliant. The Oracle UDI solution, based on Agile PLM, was deployed in less than four months, with the help of Inspirage, an Oracle Platinum and Oracle Agile Specialized partner. The Award was received by Mr. Cesare Varzi, Sorin and Mr Kevin Creel, Inspirage.

Mazda Motor Corporation is the winner of the Oracle Customer Centric Value Chain Award 2015. Mazda has embarked on a strategic transformation of their supply chain to improve responsiveness and levels of service to their customers for aftermarket support. By implementing Oracle Transportation Management and Oracle Warehouse Management System, Mazda were able to regain full control over their Transportation Services previously outsourced to a 3PL. This not only provided far more supply chain visibility but also saved significant overhead cost. The key implementation partner was Oracle Specialized Partner Mavenwire. The Award was received by Kris Van Vossel, Mazda Logistics Director (Europe), and Barry Hayes, Mavenwire.

Solution Labs

The Solution Labs have added great value to the Value Chain Summit Customer Experience: As a perfect add-on to the Business and Industry tracks, participants could get a detailed view on the Oracle Value Chain Solutions. We offered sessions specifically dedicated to Value Chain Planning and Execution, Moving Order Management and Procurement to the Cloud, and Product Value Chain. Special thanks to Oracle partner Inspirage with Bob Hart, Vice President Logistics Management, and Shauna Hillier, Principal Consultant, for organizing the “Is OTM Cloud right for you?” Solution Lab!

The Product Value Chain Solution Lab consisted of 2 different sessions (each repeated), around the Oracle PVC Cloud Solution stack: Solution Lab 1 was dealing with Requirements Management & Concept Design, linked to Product Development. This Solution Lab was a deep dive into the Oracle Product Value Chain Cloud offering covering Innovation Management, with a specific focus on Ideation, proposal and Investment Portfolio Management under control of an innovation project. Solution Lab 2, Ideation, Product and Project Portfolio Management, was a deep dive into the Oracle Product Value Chain Cloud offering covering Innovation Management, with a specific focus on Requirements Management and Concept Design, leading to Product Development and Product Commercialization. The whole process is governed by Project Portfolio Management.

Innovation Management helps companies to build an innovation pipeline fueled by a steady stream of high-value ideas that can be translated into profitable offerings for customers, and analyze the impact of alternate investment scenarios against business objectives such as revenue, cost, profit and resources constraints to determine the best opportunities to commercialize, and to collaborate on product requirements and translate customer ideas into concepts and products that will achieve their business goals.

Networking

Our customers and partners enjoyed the excellent networking opportunities, and held deep discussions on Value Chain Transformation strategies in the summit as well as in the Customer Advisory Board sessions, which we organized on the day after the summit.

In the evening, attendees gathered for drinks pitch side and within the players changing rooms starting the evening networking at the heart of the amazing sporting stadium at Twickenham that was the venue. This was followed by the gala dinner held at the newly built “Spirit Of Rugby” where the networking experience continued.

With all this great content from first presentation to the final keynote we felt there was a palpable energy from the delegates in all the sessions, (partner) demo areas and networking breaks. Meeting rooms were occupied all day and lots of value chain topics have been discussed. The Twitter hashtag #vcsummit15 also saw lots of action throughout the summit.

Customer Advisory Boards

The Customer Advisory Boards on March 12th, the “3rd day” of the Oracle Value Chain Summit, rounded out the overall event. Oracle Customer Advisory Boards are a gathering of a small number of customers, per area of interest, to share our product roadmaps under confidentiality agreement, discuss mid/long term evolution, ensure coverage of critical business processes, identify possible gaps between our customer´s industrial needs and our plans, and then follow-up during the coming year. The Customer Advisory Boards (CABs) were a natural extension to the summit agenda. While the summit as such was focusing on Business and Industry Themes, the CABs were the ideal place to lead very detailed product roadmap discussions in a safe and collaborative setting. The CABs were managed by our Product Strategy and Development leaders from North America and Europe.

The Customer Advisory Boards are an integral part and a key element for success of our annual Value Chain Summit. All CAB participants are looking forward to meet again next year!

Partner View

The European Value Chain Summit also enjoyed a record partner support for the event, with 20 partners sponsoring at varying levels. We have clearly grown the footprint of the Value Chain Summit, compared to the previous events in 2013 and 2014 we have added new partners to the event! Now the growing Oracle Value Chain Solutions partner ecosystem consists of a variety of partners, ranging from local to global specialized partners to big System Integrators.

The partner exhibition on the event was very well attended. The atmosphere was very energetic and inspiring, so that the partners not only met a lot of customers, but also have taken the opportunity to discuss with other partners, and find areas for cooperation.

Presentations and Photos

All attendees and no-show end-users have received a Thank You email including a link to the retrospection page with presentations, and collateral. Photos from the event are also available here.

Conclusion

All direct and indirect comments we have got from customers, partners and also from Oracle colleagues are extremely positive. The alchemy we targeted with a mix of customers, partners and Oracle presentations, with Business and Industry Tracks and Solution Labs, with networking time during the event and dinner, worked beyond expectations. Overall, with this summit again we experienced a very strong and even growing community feeling among all attendees.

Thanks a lot to everyone who contributed to the success of the event. See you again next year!


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