Wednesday Sep 26, 2012

80 Years of Supplier Misinformation: How can Oracle Supplier Hub Help?

By Mark Peachey

Manufacturing: Component parts manufacturing worker

Well, we're down to the final week before this year's Oracle Open World conference kicks-off on Sunday and there's still plenty of work to be done to be ready in time.  One of the great benefits I think that attendees get from Open World is the opportunity to listen to other organizations talk about their implementation experiences.  Typically, these sessions provide hugely valuable insights that have been gained during a deployment, delivering a wealth of practical information on what it really takes to get an organization up and running with a new module or a revamped business process.

And I'm not just saying this because we're lucky enough to have one of our early implementers join us for this year's Supplier Hub/Supplier Lifecycle Management MDM session!  With a multi-phased deployment underway, this customer is working to fix a long, 80-year history without much in the way of formal processes or tools to manage all of their accumulated supplier information.  Faced with a mess of supplier details, they had been challenged to efficiently track supplier spend, monitor performance, maintain qualification information or carry out meaningful risk analysis.  Join us on Wednesday to hear how they are addressing these issues and the plans they have to evolve their supplier management techniques - it's a great story.

CON9242:Oracle Supplier Lifecycle Management and Oracle Supplier Hub for Better Supply Base Management 
Wednesday, October 3rd at 1:15 PM PT InterContinental Hotel, Sutter Suite 

 

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