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Easy-to-use extensibility helps tailor Oracle Applications Cloud Release 12


Natalie Martinez
Senior Market Research Analyst

The Oracle Applications Cloud Release 12’s extensibility options continue to deliver a tailored user experience (UX), with a focus on consistency and simplicity. 
Customers can personalize the cloud to reflect their corporate culture and organizational needs with a few easy updates. Visual changes using the appearance and theme editors quickly roll out throughout the cloud, so the experience is consistent no matter how or where work is being done. 

Modern entry experience: This release’s clean and contemporary design encourages efficient navigation and task completion. The new large icon style on the home page quickly draws attention to what users need to do.  


Release 12 introduces options to tailor the springboard to hide and show what you need on the home page.

R12 arrives with seven pre-formatted themes that can be used out-of-the-box. But it also has the flexibility to easily configure with your own color palettes, icon shapes, logos, images and more. These changes go live fast and permeate throughout the product suite for consistency. 

 
R12’s expanded branding and theming controls also give customers increased flexibility to mold the cloud to best fit their unique corporate cultures.


Appearance Editor: Start with the out-of-the box visual style or adjust it with a few simple clicks to reflect your company’s visual look.

Make the most of infolets: These small containers of information provide users and executives with an instant picture of the business, giving them just the right amount of information at the right time. Infolets elevate important and relevant pieces of data as well as provide gateways into more details and work areas. 


R12 allows you to choose which infolets to display and in which order they appear. 

Find out more 

To learn more about this release, visit Customer Connect or check out these links:   

Will you be at Oracle OpenWorld 2017 in early October? Swing by the demo grounds to see the Oracle Applications User Experience Team (OAUX) team show the R12’s extensibility options in action. 

 

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