New technologies such as Cloud, the Internet of Things (IoT), automation, robotics, mobile, 3D printing and big data are changing the way organizations are doing business. By leveraging these new technologies, leading companies modernize their maintenance processes and gain competitive advantage. Maintenance has increasingly become a more strategic part of the end-to-end demand-driven Supply Chain and connecting maintenance to other enterprise systems can lead to greater visibility into operations, higher productivity, cost savings and better insights.
Are you getting what you expected from your modern maintenance applications?
If not, take a look at this infographic and start your journey to better Maintenance at the 11th Annual Oracle Maintenance Summit, which is taking place at the Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience, Feb 13-15, 2017 in San Jose, CA. Join fellow customers, partners, and Oracle experts and consolidate months of meetings and research into just three days filled with Maintenance sessions, case studies, technology options, best practices, expert implementation and process advice.
Registration is well underway and if you haven't signed up yet, do so before Feb 12th to save $500 off the on-site registration price. Register here and use the promo code IHeartSCM.
Here is a short video on the Top 5 Reasons to See Maintenance at Modern Supply Chain Experience 2017. Interested in everything maintenance at the Summit? Here is your guide with all the details to prepare for the best experience possible!
Maintenance Sessions: The Maintenance Solution Area includes four general sessions that provide a strategic overview of the solution area delivered by Oracle leaders, customers, and partners and two session tracks: Join the Maintenance Cloud Track as we debut our new Oracle Maintenance Cloud application — a modern, integrated maintenance management system. Or join our E-Business Suite Track to make sure you are taking full advantage of all that Oracle eAM has to offer.
Here are some speakers in the Maintenance sessions to get excited about: Doug Stretton with Potash Corporation, Peter Ducci with Wonderful, Jay West with EAM Masters, Maria Conreras with Cervecera, Netanel Adhoch with Nesher Cement, Ravi Venkatraman with Hamiltionian USA, Mary Jane Van Hoesen with Alcoa, Chris McIntosh with Viziya, Brent Lowe with STR Software, Alecia Burwell with ATI Metals, Paul Jasperson with Boart Longyear, Charles Farnell with Ventureforth and Jamie Symmonds with Sunflower Electric.
Take full advantage of all the high-value educational and networking opportunities at a single event. Sign up now for the below sessions. Some of these sessions are open to the public and some are by invitation only. To register, please contact the Modern Supply Chain Experience registration office at MSCEregistration@emp1.com.
Maintenance Cloud Strategy Council - Monday, February 13 | 12:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m. (Invitation Only)
Oracle E-Business Suite Supply Chain Management Forum / Meet the Experts - Monday, February 13 | 12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. (Open to All MSCE Attendees).
Birds-of-a-Feather roundtable discussions - Tuesday, February 14 | 1:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m and Wednesday, February 15 | 12:45 p.m.–2:00 p.m
Supply Chain of the Future exhibit: Learn how you can develop an IoT strategy to modernize your processes and manage assets, connect plants and deliver predictable quality products.
Demo Kiosks: Visit the demo kiosks in the Maintenance area of the Solution Pavilion for a one-on-one view of our solutions.
Join us at Modern Supply Chain Experience, get connected to one of the largest Maintenance communities in the world and learn what a modern maintenance strategy could do for you. Register here today!
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Julia Vagdati is SCM Product Marketing Manager at Oracle. Connect with her on LinkedIn.