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Transforming London Waltham Forest Council’s finance, procurement and HR
We spoke with Simon Copsey and Ghan Varsani at the London Borough of Waltham Forest Council discussing the council's cloud move with Oracle.
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Achieving day-to-day automation with EventSense
Remaining agile and adaptable in today's modern world requires a business that's built on a backbone of robust and versatile technology. EventSense takes care of the less consequential events while you can focus on more strategic work.
People-First
IBM Institute of Business Value
Developed in partnership with Oracle, this new paper explores how HR leaders can facilitate a generative AI-empowered culture. Our action guide outlines 10 ways HR can serve as a strategic advisor to develop a people-centric model that best positions the enterprise for the future.
Government, commercial industries to get AI boost from Oracle and Palantir partnership
Oracle and Palantir have joined forces to deliver mission critical AI to businesses and governments around the world
CloudWorld: the key takeaways from Oracle UK leader and users
CloudWorld saw Oracle UK set out its agenda for 2024 - what's the message from VPs and customers?
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Galliford Try: Building up to the HCM clouds
Stephanie Ball speaks to Galliford Try to hear of the company’s shift from EBS to Cloud HCM and payroll with Oracle and eAppSys.
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Confessions of a retail technologist
Oracle, KPMG and Google Cloud retail experts discuss the technology saving the day for customer experience.
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An open door to STEM
Richard Pepper speaks with experts on nurturing the next generation of enterprise talent and increasing diverse perspectives in STEM.
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Oracle CloudWorld Tour: new GenAI capabilities and Microsoft partnership
Announced at Oracle CloudWorld Tour in London, Oracle has added new GenAI capabilities within the Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite.
ERP Today Live! with IBM and Oracle
IBM’s Chacko Thomas, Nirmal Assudani and Oracle’s John Barcus discuss how companies can use a new Oracle-IBM solution in the aftermarket sector.
Oracle’s CEO, Safra Catz | Oracle’s Q1 2024 results reveal slower cloud sales, but AI optimistic
Oracle’s Q3 results see OCI as “the largest driver of revenue acceleration”
Oracle has announced its fiscal 2024 Q3 results with the success mainly driven by the company reinforcing its AI offering to customers.
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Elevating the automotive and industrial manufacturing value chain with IBM and Oracle
No equipment can last forever, but what do businesses do when their purchased equipment needs aftercare? IBM and Oracle discuss.
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Third-party support for Oracle
Read this paper from Spinnaker to learn how you can find cost predictability, architectural freedom, and increased service quality for your Oracle investment.
Cut the cord from Oracle-provided EBS support
This paper by Spinnaker explores the advantages of cutting the "support cord", when appropriate, and how to identify what changes are in your best interest.
Take control of your Oracle roadmap with third-party support
This guide by Spinnaker will answer key questions Oracle customers may have about their IT roadmap and what options they have for their legacy Oracle systems.
Fudgelearn TNA Free Template
A Training Needs Analysis (TNA) is the cornerstone of a successful and meaningful training program, facilitating user adoption. It identifies and evaluates how training will be delivered and matches the right users to the relevant training courses based on their roles and daily tasks. Download the template by Fudgelearn.
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Oracle delivers new capabilities in SCM to help optimize supply chains
Oracle has introduced new capabilities in Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain to help organizations increase efficiency in supply chains.
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Blog: How to ensure a successful implementation of Oracle Cloud ERP
In this blog post, we will delve into the crucial elements that contribute to a successful implementation of Oracle Cloud ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) while also addressing common pitfalls that can hinder progress and result in project delays and even failure.
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Transforming the Aftermarket Supply Chain
Read the solution brief to learn how to enhance, optimize and streamline supply chains, meet your organization's KPIs with zero-latency solutions, and gain a competitive advantage in the aftermarket space.
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Whitepaper: Does your Oracle system need a health check?
For organizations still relying on legacy and on-premises versions of Oracle applications, Accelalpha offers the unique ability to perform a health check to assess how these Oracle applications are meeting the needs of the organization. A health check is a...
Video: Oracle Guided Learning Demo
This video shows you how OGL guides you through a process - allowing seamless use of Cloud (Fusion) Apps and continuous learning for employees.
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North Memorial Health, Indian Health Service and GDIT put patients first with Oracle
Oracle is to deploy solutions for North Memorial Health, as well as India Health Service, with the latter in collaboration with GDIT.
Chris Mason | From bedroom to boardroom
From bedroom to boardroom
Chris Mason started Namos Solutions from his bedroom 11 years ago. Today, it boasts 130 employees and has opened offices in Europe and the US
Oracle’s CEO, Safra Catz | Oracle’s Q1 2024 results reveal slower cloud sales, but AI optimistic
Oracle Q2 sees higher revenue amid GPU shortages
Oracle has announced its fiscal 2024 Q2 results with total quarterly revenues up 5 percent year-over-year in USD to $12.9bn.
AI letters in blue | IBM and Meta launch AI Alliance with over 50 collaborators
IBM and Meta launch AI Alliance with over 50 collaborators
IBM and Meta have announced the launch of an AI Alliance aimed at creating opportunities to shape the evolution of AI.
The Kent County Council building in Maidstone, Kent | de Novo and Embridge win Kent County Council transformation project
de Novo and Embridge win Kent County Council transformation project
de Novo Solutions and Embridge Consulting have been awarded a large local government contract by Kent County Council.
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Latest Oracle mobile additions are a fresh shot of adrenaline for healthcare organizations
Oracle has upgraded their mobile capabilities to help healthcare organizations reduce inventory errors, improve restock efficiency and gain the visibility needed to better predict demand and optimize stock availability.
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UKOUG is all for Oracle’s fresh face
At its 2023 user group conference, UKOUG has praised Oracle’s work to ‘freshen up’ its reputation, as Big Red continues to soften its approach to customer service, reacting to the rise in SaaS delivery requirements.
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Oracle Alloy selected by TEAM IM to launch TEAM Cloud
Oracle will provide TEAM IM with the opportunity to work with the public sector. In addition to this, PRS for Music has chosen to extend its relationship with Oracle.
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Oracle and Microsoft collab to support growth flurry of AI services
Oracle has announced a multi-year agreement with Microsoft to support the growth of AI services.