Monday Mar 23, 2015

Oracle Innovation Management Cloud at JDSU

At the recent Oracle Value Chain Summit, Francis Blackburn, Senior IT Manager at JDSU discusses their use and vast footprint of Oracle PLM solutions, as well as their recent purchase of Innovation Management Cloud

You can find the video here

To learn more about Oracle Supply Chain Management applications, visit www.oracle.com/scm

Monday Feb 23, 2015

Exclusive WebCast - Oracle Innovation Management Cloud

76% of companies view product innovation as a key strategic business priority, but 90% of them admitted they are slow to market and often over-budget.

Join us on March 6, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 p.m. ET for an exclusive live webcast to see how Oracle Innovation Management Cloud can help you optimize your portfolio, drive top-line revenue growth, and innovate at lightning speed. 

For more details on upcoming Oracle Innovation Management Cloud webcasts click here

To learn more about Oracle Supply Chain Management applications visit www.oracle.com/scm


Wednesday Oct 01, 2014

New Oracle SCM Cloud Solutions for PLM and Innovation Management

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is in full swing this week, and there’s some exciting news for the PLM and SCM communities coming out today – Oracle announced new Oracle Product Value Chain Cloud solutions, including Oracle Innovation Management Cloud and our first PLM cloud application called Oracle Product Development Cloud. These new solutions work together with Oracle Product Hub and Oracle Project Portfolio Management to provide a collaborative, connected, and disciplined approach to manage the entire value chain.

That means you get faster, more cost-effective access to an integrated innovation, development and commercialization solution than ever before, with the security, connectivity and personalization benefits of the Oracle Cloud!

Read today’s press release: New Oracle Product Value Chain Cloud Solutions Enable Organizations to Rapidly Deliver Higher-Value Products

Too often organizations have to search for product data lost among disconnected...

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Thursday Aug 21, 2014

New Video: How Innovation Happens Today

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.

Friday Aug 01, 2014

Don't Just Help Your Customers Embrace Innovation - Help Employees, Too

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...

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Tuesday Jul 08, 2014

Transform Your Traditional Supply Chain to Achieve Superior Financial Performance

 

An efficient, integrated value chain can be your key to gaining and maintaining competitive advantage and boosting profitability.

Download your copy of the joint Managing Automation and Oracle whitepaper, Value Chain Innovation: Transforming Traditional Supply Chains to Achieve Superior Financial Performance, and see what leading companies are gaining from the transformation.

 

Discover how you can:

- Speed time-to-market for new product innovation
- Align demand, product, and supply processes for increased value
- Reduce risk with improved agility to cope with changing environments
- Deliver greater customer value and achieve higher profit margins

See how a value chain approach can transform and optimize your traditional supply chain. Checkout this infographic and download the whitepaper.



Monday Jul 07, 2014

PLM, Product Value Chain, and My Backyard Garden

It’s July and as the temperatures rise here in the US, I’m looking forward to summertime cook-outs, vacations, and sipping a cool beverage poolside. Summer is my favorite season, so every Spring I enjoy the anticipation by trying my hand at gardening. But looking in the backyard now, while all my neighbors’ gardens are flourishing, mine only shows a handful of green tomatoes, unhealthy squash, and fist-sized watermelons. This happened last year, too. After all that springtime effort and investment, this is maddening!

My Fruit & Vegetable Development Problem

My garden can be described with one word: meh. My frustration reminds me of the challenges that product development executives share with us in early meetings – unable to achieve their expected return, inconsistent product information, can’t produce the final product on time nor on budget, not sure what caused defects, no way to tell if a project is bad and needs refocusing or abandoning, and so on.

What’s Happening?

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Tuesday Apr 22, 2014

Product Compliance Should Not Impede Innovation

Depending on severity, product compliance issues can cause all sorts of problems from run-away budgets to business closures. But effective policies and safeguards can create a strong foundation that promotes innovation rather than stifle it. The right solution for your business should foster productivity, market penetration and competitive advantage. If you’ve been putting off a systematic approach to product compliance, today’s increasingly regulated market has made now an important time to reconsider that decision, or indecision.

Why now?  No matter what industry, companies face a litany of worldwide and regional regulations that require proof of product compliance and environmental friendliness for market access. For many companies in several industries, complying with the changing Conflict Minerals Law is...

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Tuesday Apr 08, 2014

A Discussion with Oracle's Expert on Innovation Management

Gayle HayesA few weeks ago I had the opportunity to sit down with our resident expert on Innovation Management, Gayle Hayes. I picked her brain on what’s going on in the world of product and service innovation and how Oracle is helping. A new phenomenon is sweeping product development – thanks to an explosion of ideation tools and techniques such as crowd-sourcing, big data, mashups, customer immersion labs, etc, finding ideas is not the problem. With so many to choose from, the biggest questions are now “which idea?” and subsequently, “how do you translate the right idea into a profitable product?"

This is precisely the challenge the new Oracle Innovation Management is designed to address. To learn more about the idea glut and how the new solution helps organizations improve return on innovation investments, read the transcript of our discussion below or stream our podcast. You can even find us on iTunes!

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Thursday Oct 31, 2013

Join us! Oracle Manufacturing Industries Forum, Chicago Thurs. Nov.14'13

Attend the 6th Annual Manufacturing Forum at the Westin River North in Chicago, Nov 14, 2013. Hear from top executives on how they navigated the road to transformation.

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Monday Jun 10, 2013

Introducing Oracle Supply Chain Event Management

We're honored to publish an article from guest author, Steve Tonas... Enjoy! 

Introducing Oracle Supply Chain Event Management

By Steve Tonas, Vice President, E-Business Suite Development, Oracle

It’s no secret that managing a supply chain is an incredibly complex and risky process. Global competition, increasing customer expectations and shifting business models are just a few of the factors that supply chain management professionals have to navigate as they seek to build and operate world class value-chains that can support profitable growth.

To help customers tackle these challenges, we have introduced Oracle Supply Chain Event Management for the Oracle E-Business Suite. Based on Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Supply Chain Event Management helps organizations manage complexity and risk by providing visibility into events across every link of the extended supply chain. And this doesn’t just include events within your organization. With its advanced analytics, the new solution can also correlate external events to help organizations stay on top of all activities that could impact the supply chain process.

Managing risk and complexity is obviously important, but what if we could also simplify processes? Well, with Oracle Supply Chain Event Management, that’s exactly what we are able to do. The new release includes preconfigured event tracking templates for order fulfillment and spare part orders, while also allowing customers to take advantage of built-in extensions for Oracle JDeveloper. The extensions enable customers to quickly and easily design, edit and generate an end-to-end event tracking application with situation detection and targeted alerts.

By simplifying processes and reducing supply chain risk and complexity, Oracle Supply Chain Event Management helps organizations increase customer satisfaction, reduce costs and improve collaboration. Customers are happier as they have real-time updates into their order status and ultimately receive less late shipments, while end-to-end visibility into supply chain events reduces costs by supporting faster decision making and real-time action. Effective collaboration through context-aware responses and notifications help make all this possible by ensuring appropriate action can be taken to avoid any escalations.

Of course this isn’t the only solution Oracle offers for supply chain executives. In fact, Oracle Supply Chain Event Management builds on the existing Oracle Supply Chain Management applications portfolio, which provides a comprehensive solution to power information-driven value chains.

For more information on Oracle Supply Chain Event Management, please visit:
http://www.oracle.com/us/products/applications/ebusiness/event-management-1955590.pdf

Monday Feb 18, 2013

5th Annual Oracle Manufacturing Summit: Driving Innovation into Operations

The 5th Annual Oracle Manufacturing Summit focussed on Innovation in the Supply Chain. Participants heard case studies and best practice presentations from leading firms on their lean journey.

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7th Annual Oracle Maintenance Summit - Attendees Report Great Success!

The 7th Annual Oracle Maintenance Summit was held in San Francisco Feb 4~7, 2013. Attendees report that the event provided substantial content with customer success stories, best practices and networking. It's a 'must-attend' event for the maintenance community.[Read More]

Thursday Jun 07, 2012

We Found 100 Manufacturing Heros That Focus on Innovation!

Manufacturing leaders focus on innovation to remain competitive. The Manufacturing Leadership 100 Awards program highlighted several success stories whose consistent theme is on innovation. Ann Grackin of ChainLink research wrote this informative piece on the event.

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Wednesday May 09, 2012

Where are you on Transforming Your Value Chain? Attend this Webcast.

Attend this informative webcast on May 30th and learn how you can transform your traditional supply chain into a high performance realtime value chain. Have your business processes pack some punch![Read More]
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