Focus-On Manufacturing at the Value Chain Summit, San Jose CA Feb 3~5'14

Are you ready to take the next step to modernize your manufacturing plants but not sure what tools are available? Look no further! The Value Chain Summit, Feb.3-5'14 in San Jose, CA, is the top Oracle supply chain event of the year, and the most effective way to build your team’s knowledge, network, and excitement around production.

Overview

The Oracle Value Chain Summit brings together more than 1,500 business professionals to learn how smart companies are transforming their supply chains into leaner information-driven value chains. This unparalleled experience will give you the tools you need to drive innovation and maximize margins. Choose from more than 200 sessions offering deep dives in every aspect of supply chain: Manufacturing, Procurement, Maintenance, Manufacturing, Value Chain Execution, and Value Chain Planning.

Manufacturing Solution Area

With executive goals to modernize the shop floor by removing paper through automation and operator entered real-time transactions, today’s manufacturing companies are focusing on initiatives to drive shop floor agility and improve information visibility. These inititives are resulting in real-time analytics to drive overall cost reductions and improve delivery times from their operations, as well as satisfy regulatory requirements. There is also a need to bridge the gap between ERP, Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) systems to satisfy these information requirements.

The Manufacturing  Solution Area features three tracks of sessions - (Discrete,Process JD Edwards Mfg) hands-on workshops, and user experience labs followed by industry groups for more focused discussion.  The most recent copy of the Focus-On Doc is availalbe from Karen Theel (karen.theel@oracle.com).

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