By Evelyn Tao, Product Marketing Manager, Oracle SCM
Starting today, leaders of finance, operations, supply chain, human resources, marketing, and IT from around the globe are coming together at Oracle OpenWorld 2019.
As a supply chain professional, OOW19 is the perfect occasion to adopt best practices, hear of the latest transformative technologies of today, and learn how businesses like yours can leverage this innovation for the future.
For our current Oracle SCM Cloud Customers, we will also be hosting an exclusive SCM Focus Group where we will be discussing your transformation to the cloud and diving into how transformational tech is helping to build more predictive and agile business operations.
This year’s conference is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from September 16 – 19. Hear from our featured keynote speakers and choose from over 2,000 unique sessions.
If you’re interested in optimizing your supply chain, here are some key sessions to get you started:
(Wednesday, September 18, 03:45 PM - 05:15 PM)
The goal for any supply chain initiative is to bridge the widening gap between business expectations and operational performance, and to do this not just against the present challenges but against the challenges of the future. That is, to be future-ready and to outpace change. This is the capability that Oracle has delivered though its supply chain cloud solutions. In this session hear how Oracle’s evergreen technology, continuous adaptability, and frictionless deployment is helping customers respond and thrive in the face of fast-changing requirements. Learn about key recent product innovations, Oracle’s vision for what’s coming next, and how to map out your own road to Oracle Cloud.
(Tuesdat, September 17, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM)
Leading high tech customers are early adopters of Oracle’s integrated business planning (IBP) solution to improve end-to-end business performance. This session explores customer best practices and benefits of Oracle’s IBP solution, which blends sales and operations planning, ERP/EPM, and predictive analytics with AI/ML, intelligent process automation, and other advanced technologies to help customers plan their future profitable growth. Trinamix customers also use Oracle’s IBP solution to monitor execution of their business plans and proactively manage unexpected events to achieve company goals.
(Tuesday, September 17, 03:15 PM - 04:00 PM)
As omnichannel businesses become complex and customer demands increase, it's important to understand how supply chains will optimize to perform the functions necessary to meet those expectations. Supply chain organizations have been on a long journey to improve customer fulfillment and collaboration, especially in logistics functions such as transportation and warehousing. Advancements in IoT, machine learning, and AI now offer an opportunity to bring significant digital transformation across the integrated logistics functions. In this session learn how you can define and develop the right digital strategy that can use Oracle IoT applications with Oracle Transportation Management and Oracle Warehouse Management to lead your organization into this bold new era.
(Tuesday, September 17, 04:15 PM - 05:00 PM)
Oracle Manufacturing Cloud is gaining traction with discrete manufacturing customers around the world. Come to this session to learn how the first manufacturing product built specifically for and deployed in the cloud is helping customers improve their operations and their bottom line performance. Titan International, Inc., a global leader in the manufacture of industrial wheels and tires, shares its experience leveraging both Oracle Manufacturing Cloud and Oracle Internet of Things Production Monitoring Cloud, along with the rest of the Oracle Supply Chain cloud suite of products to drive continuous improvement. And get a sneak peek at the latest features, along with the exciting features on the near-term roadmap.
(Thursday, September 19, 01:15 PM - 02:00 PM)
Today's supply chain professionals need real-time access to their systems at any time, regardless of where they are. From checking on the status of critical customer orders to submitting maintenance requests, common tasks that were once desktop-oriented are migrating to digital assistants. In this session see live examples of how you can control Oracle SCM Cloud using Oracle Digital Assistant, increasing productivity and responsiveness.
Check out these Program Guides to learn more about specific Supply Chain tracks and to help build out your schedule:
To learn more about Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud, visit our page.