Expert Advice for High-Growth Businesses

Elevate your Supply Chain Management at Modern Business Experience 2019

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Supply chains are changing – increased buyer expectations, new regulations, shorter product lifecycles, and fluctuating demand are testing the limits of traditional supply chains. As a result, small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) must remain competitive and effectively handle these changes.

Modern Business Experience is the perfect opportunity to learn how to move your SMB from traditional, siloed processes into intelligent, connected, and agile business practices.

This year’s conference runs from March 19-21, 2019 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada and offers networking opportunities, educational sessions, and customer panels across core business functions such as supply chain, finance, and human resources.

Hear from our featured keynote speakers and choose from over 250 sessions across six main themes – Connected Enterprise, Cloud Heroes, Lead with Innovation, Predict the Future, Emerging Technology, and Get to Know Oracle.

Dedicated Supply Chain Track

If your business is looking to optimize your supply chain processes, be sure to take a look at our session catalog and the Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud track. Here are some of our most notable sessions that you don’t want to miss:

Tomorrow’s Supply Chain, Today

(Tuesday, March 19, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM)

Today, Oracle SCM Cloud is the premier enterprise-class supply chain management cloud solution on the market, built from the ground-up for the end-to-end digital supply chain. Tomorrow’s Supply Chain is one that leverages AI, Machine Learning, IOT, Blockchain. In this session explore all of these capabilities, hear real-world examples from customers of their cloud journey, and start your journey to Tomorrow's Supply Chain, Today.

Oracle Supply Chain Planning Cloud for SMB: Customer Success

(Thursday, March 21, 1:45 PM – 2:35 PM)

In this session, learn how your peers in small and midsize businesses (SMBs) have utilized Oracle Supply Chain Planning Cloud to unify forecasting, inventory, and supply planning, and interactively balance demand and supply. Hear from Mike Lavaglio, Director of Supply Chain Planning at Dexcom, and Pradeep Balebail, Product Strategy Director at Oracle.

The Business Value of Digital Transformation: Oracle SCM Cloud Customer Panel

(Wednesday, March 20, 10:30 AM – 11:20 AM)

How do you justify launching a cloud implementation and measure its success when it's done? In this session learn how three supply chain leaders moved beyond just counting cost savings to assessing the business value of digital transformation. See how they built a sound case for technology enablement, and increased agility and capacity for rapid growth into their Oracle SCM Cloud deployments. Take advantage of their value stories, methodologies, value and cost components, and results achieved to build a template for your own business value story.

Crossing the Digital Chasm: Digital Superstars vs. Digital Laggards

(Wednesday, March 20, 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM)

A chasm is growing between digital superstars and digital laggards, with the top 10% of high performing firms creating 80% of the world’s economic value and profits. In this provocative session, Crossing the Chasm author Geoffrey Moore breaks down the threats facing many companies today, then sits down in a question and answer session on how a modern cloud platform delivers the connected intelligence, end-to-end experiences, and continuous innovations needed to leapfrog the chasm and the competition. Hear from Oracle Cloud customers who are leading the charge in their companies' digital journey in a moderated panel by Inspirage.

Register today to attend MBX and save $500 off the onsite rate!

Learn more about Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud.

By Evelyn Tao, Product Marketing Manager, Supply Chain, Oracle


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