We are in the midst of a massive change in the way all software, including supply chain software, is conceived, built, delivered and supported. While I am talking about the cloud, I’m also talking about what defines the supply chain applications of the future. What makes them broader, better and faster? What makes them modern?
To address these challenges, Oracle is delivering the largest set of new supply chain applications in our history--modern applications for the modern supply chain. And this Oracle OpenWorld, beginning on October 25 in San Francisco, is your chance to learn all about it.
There will be over 70 sessions covering both Oracle Cloud and on-premises SCM solutions. Make sure to attend these sessions that address all levels, from an overall Oracle SCM strategy and roadmap general session to detailed sessions on implementation and tuning. As always, we will showcase the real-world experiences and best practices of our customers and partners. Here are just a few highlights:
SCM On-Premises Applications
While we will be talking about the new SCM Cloud, this will be additional to the usual comprehensive set of strategy and roadmap sessions and detailed sessions on all our existing best-in-class supply chain applications, covering value chain planning, value chain execution, and the product value chain.
Meet the Experts
Do not miss the opportunity to meet with Oracle Supply Chain Management experts as we will be hosting two sessions, one for Oracle Cloud and one for on-premises SCM applications.
Oracle SCM will be showcased at 20 separate demonstration pods in Moscone West. Make sure to check them out so you can see what’s new and get your questions answered.
List of All SCM Activities
These are just some of the many SCM events that you won’t want to miss. Check out this Focus On document for a list of all SCM events.
Come learn what’s new in your existing supply chain applications, what new applications are available and planned, gain knowledge and share experiences with fellow supply chain professionals, view demonstrations, and of course, meet and discuss all of the above with folks in Oracle SCM Development.
I look forward to seeing you there! Register now!
A Guest Post by Jon Chorley, CSO and Group VP, SCM Product Strategy and PLM
Editor's Note: This blog post originally appeared on the Oracle Applications Blog, September 10, 2015