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Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference

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Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference
January 25–29, 2015
San Jose Convention Center
San Jose, CA
www.oraclemsce.com/

The Modern Supply Chain Experience, is the event where you can learn about all things supply chain—strategy, best practices, the latest trends and products including new cloud offerings, your organization’s path to the supply chain cloud, social capabilities, mobile applications, and analytics. At this event, you’ll receive the information and expert advice to help you transform and modernize your supply chain. O2Works will be an exhibitor at this event.

How Custom Code Affects Upgrades and Patching

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As part of the OAUG Pro Tips: Take Five video series, Mark Clark, Senior Partner of O2Works discusses Oracle EBS Upgrades, Patching and Custom Code. This 3:20 U-Tube video provides tips and best practices for working with the custom code to facilitate your Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) upgrade and patching efforts.

Podcast – Enhancing and extending the Oracle EBS User Experience without customizations

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The latest Oracle Technology Network (OTN) ArchBeat series is a 3-part discussion of the various options for customizing the Oracle E-Business Suite user experience. The discussion centers around the different options EBS customers have to customize and tailor the EBS user experience. Some customers prefer Application Express, others are most productive using Excel. Still others prefer tradition Forms or Oracle Business Intelligence to work with their EBS data. We look to discuss the benefits of each option. No longer does EBS need to be a ‘one size fits all’ solution.”

Podcast show notes can be found at https://blogs.oracle.com/archbeat/entry/podcast_show_notes_customizing_the and This 3 part podcast can be found at:
Part 1 – APEX? Forms? OBI? Excel? The panel debates the relative merits of various solutions for customizing the Oracle EBS user experience

http://streaming.oracle.com/ebn/podcasts/media/20265835_ebs-pt1_12_2014.mp3

Part 2 – Each member of the expert panel lays out a scenario in which theirs is the ideal solution for customizing the Oracle EBS user experience. http://streaming.oracle.com/ebn/podcasts/media/20265832_ebs-pt2_12_2014.mp3

Part 3 – Members of the expert panel make final arguments for their respective solutions for customizing the Oracle EBS user experience. http://streaming.oracle.com/ebn/podcasts/media/20265828_ebs-pt3_12_2014.mp3

Panelists included Mark Clark: Founder and Senior Partner, O2Works; Board of Directors, OAUG; Monty Latiolais: Senior Consultant, Insum Solutions, President, ODTUG; Joe Leva: Founder and President, V1.0 Systems, Inc., Board Member & Summit Conference Chair, Oracle Business Intelligence Warehousing and Analytics SIG; and Tiffany Newkirk: Solutions Specialist, Excel4apps.

Working with Custom Code in E-Business Suite Upgrades

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This article was published in the OAUG Insight Magazine and provides valuable real-life advice on how to handle custom code remediation for an Oracle R12 upgrade. It delivers strategy advice as well as tips and best practice recommendations. Portions of this article were also published in Tech Target.

https://o2works.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Working-with-Custom-Code-Mark-Clark2.pdf

Primavera P6, Oracle Projects, and Agile for Integrated Project Manufacturing

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A large manufacturing firm uses an integrated model of Primavera P6 EPPM, Agile and Oracle Projects to facilitate engineer-to-order project manufacturing. P6 is used for project management, financial forecasting and progress reporting; Agile is used to report progress on engineering activities and Oracle’s native Project Manufacturing functionality is used to create demand to drive the supply chain. How these systems were integrated, lessons learned and phase 2 goals will be discussed.

https://o2works.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Jon-Moll-Collab-14-White-Paper.pdf