Friday Sep 21, 2012

A "First" at Oracle OpenWorld

The Oracle Music Festival is a first at OpenWorld this year, but the “first” that Adam May is talking about is having Fusion CRM customers at the conference in San Francisco. Last year they were planning their strategies and mapping out their new release uptakes. This year they’re live on Fusion CRM and deriving real benefits from the product. Watch for them! They’ll be the ones who have people waiting in line to talk to them.[Read More]

Great Expectations - Fusion HCM Highlights at OOW

We have an impressive play list of HCM customers speaking at OpenWorld next month. Lisa Conley gives you the who, what, and where so you'll know how to make the most of your OpenWorld experience. We expect the customer sessions and the ones on Oracle HCM Cloud Services to be SRO so pass the word to arrive early.[Read More]

Tuesday Sep 18, 2012

Orchestrating the Virtual Enterprise, Part II

Big companies with big supply chain challenges are using Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration. Jon Chorley, Oracle’s CSO and VP, SCM Product Strategy, has more to say about the brilliance of our Fusion fulfillment solution – and the investments we’re making on the supply side of the equation.[Read More]

Friday Sep 07, 2012

Orchestrating the Virtual Enterprise, Part I

Outsourcing is a common feature of our modern economy. Companies and their specialized suppliers become virtual enterprises, which require a fundamental shift in managing supply chains. Jon Chorley tells us why virtual enterprises should look at Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration to help them manage both the process and their trading partners with great results.[Read More]
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