Thursday Sep 06, 2012

Only One Month to OpenWorld-San Francisco!

Oracle OpenWorld-SanFrancisco is less than one month away. Request a Focus-On document to better schedule your time and select the best sessions.  Oracle Supply Chain will have about 100 sessions highlighting new capability and benefits of the latest R12 release.  You won't want to miss the Roadmap session.[Read More]

Oracle SCM at APICS Denver Oct 14-16

Oracle is a major sponsor at APICS Denver October 14~16, 2012. Be sure to stop by our booth to see the latest R12 supply chain capabilities and enter your name to win a series of prizes.[Read More]

Monday Jul 30, 2012

What your competition is doing with their supply chain may surprise you!

A new white paper by Managing Automation/Manufacturing Executive documents what firms are doing to convert their traditional supply chain into high-performance and results oriented value networks.[Read More]

Monday Jul 16, 2012

Supply Chain Executives Exchange Their Best Practices at The Executive Edge@OpenWorld, Oct 1-3, 2012

 The Executive Edge for COOs will be held at Oracle OpenWorld Oct 1-3, 2012 at Union Square SanFrancisco.  Supply Chain executives can share best practices with their peers.[Read More]

Friday Jul 13, 2012

Oracle Manufacturing's Customer Advisory Board Meeting in Redwood Shores, Aug.21-22'12

 Oracle Manufacturing users will hold their annual Customer Advisory Board (CAB) meeting in Redwood Shores, August 21-22. Technical product features and functions will be presented along with valuable case studies and user experiences.

.[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.

[Read More]

Wednesday May 23, 2012

Be as strong as your weakest link —especially in your supply chain!

On Wednesday, May 30, 8am PT/11 am ET, join experts from Toshiba, MIT, and Oracle to learn about “Value Chain Transformation,” the fine art of transforming traditional supply chains into value chains.[Read More]

Tuesday May 22, 2012

Supply Chain Management Apps Revenues Grow Double Digits

Leading organizations continue to shift to a Collaborative Value Chain, integrating the capability of a wider series of ERP functions. The Apps market for this grows at double digits plus according to a major analyst firm.[Read More]

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]

Tuesday May 08, 2012

Oracle Supply Chain Wins President's Award at Manufacturing Leadership Summit

Oracle Supply Chain Management Wins the President's Award at the Manufacturing Leadership Awards Summit, held at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Apr 29-May 3, 2012. The award was presented by Heather Holst-Knudsen,  President of Manufacturing Enterprise Communications at the awards gala.

[Read More]

Thursday Apr 12, 2012

Hardware and Software Working Together - What Does LJE say?

Larry Ellison says hardware and software can work better together when designed together.  He used Apple as the ideal model. Oracle will continue to focus on high-end servers that add a Billion dollars to the top line.  Ellison spoke at the OpenWorld Event in Tokoyo via webcast[Read More]

Thursday Apr 05, 2012

Can Near Field Communications (NFC) Benefit your Supply Chain?

Near Field Communications (NFC)  is an emerging technology that will gain wider use in the future as producers look to more efficient electronic transactions to close the sale. Smartphones will become our powerful payment tool or portable/mobile bank as items are pulled from the supply chain and directed to consumers. CIO manazine covers this topic (Apr 1'12, pg 30, Lauren Brousell article).[Read More]

Wednesday Mar 21, 2012

It’s On! Oracle Open World 2012 Opens Call for Papers is Open

Oracle OpenWorld is among the world’s largest industry events for good reason. It offers a vast array of learning and networking opportunities in one of the planet’s great cities.  And one of the key reasons for its popularity among procurement and supply chain professionals is the prominence of presentations by customers.


If you’d like to deliver a presentation based on your experience, now is the time to submit your abstract for review by the selection panel. The competition is strong: roughly 18% of entries are accepted each year from more than 3,000 submissions. Review panels are made up of experts both internal and external to Oracle. Successful submissions often (but not exclusively) focus on customer successes, how-tos, or best practices.

What’s in it for you? Recognition, for one thing. Accepted sessions are publicized in the content catalog, which goes live in mid-June, and sessions given by external speakers often prove the most popular. Plus, accepted speakers get a complimentary pass to Oracle OpenWorld with access to all sessions and networking events─ that could save you up to $2,595!


Be sure designate your session for inclusion in the correct track by selecting  “APPLICATIONS: Supply Chain Management” or “APPLICATIONS: Sourcing and Procurement” from the Primary Track drop down menu.


We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

Monday Mar 19, 2012

There’s a New Blog in Town

New information on FUSION available!  Hear from this new sheriff.[Read More]

Wednesday Mar 07, 2012

What it takes to be in the Fortune Top 50?

Companies need to work both hard and smart to get into the Fortune Top 50. Does Luck count? New tools and technologies are being adopted to assume this admired-leadership position. What can other firms do to move to the top of the list?[Read More]

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.


« April 2014