Thursday, March 13, 2008

Oracle E-Business Suite Updates

From Profit Online Magazine

Oracle EPM a Natural Fit for Sustainability Reporting
More than ever before, companies are striving to demonstrate their commitment to creating a positive impact on the environment and their community. But the pressure to demonstrate good corporate citizenship is not only coming from investors, customers, and employees. Governments across Europe and Asia already mandate environmental restrictions and reporting—as in the case of carbon emissions—and the U.S. is moving toward such regulations as well.

Release 12 Financials at a Glance
An excerpt from Terrance Wampler's executive blog
Terrance Wampler, Oracle vice president of financial products strategy, is responsible for driving product direction and recommending business strategies for Oracle's financial products set. He blogs frequently about issues and challenges related to corporate financial management at

Oracle Financing: Speedy Return on Investment
- How customers are lowering acquisition and ownership costs and accelerating the benefits of Oracle-based solutions
Profit Magazine interview with Anil Vohra, global vice president of Oracle Financing, about vendor-provided financing and the role it plays in the new frontier of helping customers acquire, maintain, and evolve their business systems.


Oracle CIO Executive Summit
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 31–April 2
Keith Block, executive vice president, Oracle, will host this gathering for Oracle's top customers, exploring new ways to develop and capitalize on innovations that can transform businesses and promote growth over the next 12 to 24 months.

White Papers

An Executive Guide to Oracle Applications Unlimited
High level executive summary of Applications Unlimited

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