Sunday Aug 24, 2014
Thursday Aug 21, 2014
By Kerrie Jordan -Oracle on Aug 21, 2014
How do you make innovation happen at your organization? If whiteboards, spreadsheets, point solutions or complicated systems are involved, you'll want to watch this new video! See how Oracle Innovation Management can make it easier to know which ideas to pursue. Remove guesswork and turn innovation into a structured, consistent and effective business process. Become an innovation hero! Watch in HD for supreme viewing experience, and learn how you can build your innovation discipline into a scaleable, repeatable, and strategic business process.
Wednesday Aug 20, 2014
By Terri Hiskey-Oracle on Aug 20, 2014
Registration has opened for the Oracle Value Chain Summit, taking place January 26-28 in San Jose, California. Register now and take advantage of the Super Saver rate of only $495 (a $400 savings from the regular registration rate), good through September 26. Click here to register today, or to check out further information about the Summit. Keynote speakers to the 2015 event include former 49ers quarterback Steve Young and leading green business expert and author of the best-selling Green to Gold, Andrew Winston.
Friday Aug 15, 2014
By Pam Petropoulos-Oracle on Aug 15, 2014
Ever wonder how Oracle’s Value Chain solutions can deliver end to end value?
Check out this demo video which outlines how Oracle solutions can improve business processes from product development through planning and across logistics for flawless execution.
Click here to watch the video.
Click here to learn more about Oracle Supply Chain Management solutions.
Thursday Aug 14, 2014
Wednesday Aug 13, 2014
By Paul Homchick-Oracle on Aug 13, 2014
Data is the lifeblood that powers the supply chain in today’s highly connected and competitive marketplace. Accurate Information has replaced inventory as the means to provide exceptional service in a cost effective manner. Planning Data has become a critical component of the supply chain, a valuable asset that must be carefully managed to avoid the risk of data quality problems negatively impacting the customer.
Timely, Reliable, Accurate and Complete planning data
can provide your business with a competitive advantage. Learn How Oracle Sun
leveraged these principles to achieve results like:
- More than 90% of planned orders released without manual intervention
- Over $100M reduction in manufacturing WIP
- Finished good reduction of 9.7%
- Spare parts inventory reduced 50% ($400 M)
- Service backorder reduced by 50%
- Standardized and accurate lead times
- On-time shipments improved to 100%
Friday Aug 08, 2014
How a TMS Can Help Reduce Costs and Improve Operations - Register for SCMR Webcast - August 14, 2 pm Eastern
By Ginger Conroy-Oracle on Aug 08, 2014
Join us for a complimentary webcast to learn the results of a recent study conducted by the Supply Chain Management Review and Logistics Management. Over 500 logistics and supply chain managers gave their input on their current supply chain technology infrastructures, addressed how they tackle the transportation component, and revealed the gaps that still need to be filled in order to attain end-to-end visibility of a streamlined supply chain.
During this webcast you will gain insight on where companies are in their adoption of TMS systems, and how improving the use of technology can reduce costs and improve operations. You will also hear from AdamCloues, Logistics Specialist at Land O'Lakes on how Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) can support shippers' business objectives, and how Land O'Lakes has benefited by implementing OTM.
Adam Cloues, Logistics Specialist, Land O'Lakes
Ginger Conroy, Senior Director, Value Chain Execution Product Marketing,Oracle Corporation
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review
Can't attend the Webcast? Register anyway! We'll send you a link to the recorded session after the event.
Tuesday Aug 05, 2014
By Ginger Conroy-Oracle on Aug 05, 2014
Schneider is featured as the cover story of the current issue of Profit Magazine in an article titled "Vehicle for Change: Data Drives Schneider's Strategy for Employee and Operational Excellence." The article discusses Quest, a five year transformational initiative, which truly changed every aspect of their business. The central tenet of Quest was simple: give drivers, customers, and business partners convenient access to the information and services they need while improving back-office processes to drive operational efficiency and profitability. Oracle Transportation Management was an integral part of that transformation. Judy Lemke, executive vice president and CIO at Schneider states “We have not only realized the goals we set out to achieve but have surpassed the benefits we anticipated going in. The foundation laid over those five years of transformation has now become an outstanding platform for current operations and a springboard to even greater possibilities in the future.” Read the full article here.
Friday Aug 01, 2014
By Kerrie Jordan -Oracle on Aug 01, 2014
We’re living and working in the 21st century marketplace, where innovation has become the engine of growth. Although innovation is generally perceived as a good thing, it means change which can be difficult for people to accept or act upon. That means that making innovation happen still boils down to being an effective leader of people, one who inspires a vision and lays a path to get there.
Companies have developed sophisticated marketing and sales processes to help customers embrace innovation. Think of all the personalized emails, social outreach, customer reviews, product comparison charts, and mobile apps you’ve encountered. But those companies who are getting really good at innovation aren’t just helping their customers embrace innovation, they’re helping their employees be innovative too.
Helping employees embrace being innovative has its advantages. In a March 2012 article featured in...
A Blog about how Oracle helps organizations transform their supply chains into more holistic and integrated value chains that cover the three key operational pillars; Demand, Supply and Product.
- Internet of Things Event in Las Vegas
- OTM SIG Conference Interview: Niagara Bottling
- Improve Asset Monitoring and Maintenance with Infosys and Oracle eAM
- OTM SIG Conference Interview: Dow Chemicals
- OTM SIG Conference Interview: Derek Gittoes, Oracle
- Demystifying the Cloud: Cloud Adoption Webcast from Inspirage
- Gartner Market Guide: Trade Promotion Management
- Innovation Management Cloud Reception in LA
- Putting the "S" in S&OP Webcast
- New Oracle Transportation & Global Trade Management Releases
- /Oracle Supply Chain Management
- /Product Lifecycle Management
- /Value Chain Execution
- /Value Chain Planning