Monday, April 21, 2008

Oracle Procurement News

Oracle Procurement Experts Answer Your Questions About ... Oracle Advanced Procurement Release 12
In this second in a series of columns featuring answers to customers' most frequently asked questions about Oracle Procurement products, Oracle sourcing expert Bill Tokheim offers details about R-12's new features and provides tips on how to successfully prioritize upgrade projects.

Two New Tools Save Time and Money in R12 Training and Documentation
Two interactive tools with a track record for saving training time and money for Oracle procurement applications are becoming available for the iProcurement module in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 for Advanced Procurement.

Oracle Sourcing R12 Soon to be Available Through Hubwoo
Look for details in the coming weeks about a plan to combine Oracle Sourcing with Hubwoo's global sourcing expertise and hosting services. The strategy calls for Hubwoo to implement an instance of Oracle Sourcing 12 (R-12) and make it available to customers that prefer on-demand.

Join the Discussion About Oracle Advanced Procurement
Check out this forum that allows you to share information and insights about Oracle iProcurement and read what other users have to say.

Oracle will be participating in a number of industry events for procurement professionals this spring. Venues where Oracle will be sponsoring, presenting, or exhibiting include the following:

May 4-7 Institute for Supply Management's Annual Conference in St Louis, Missouri
May 6-9 Sourcing Interests Group's Global Conference, Newport Beach, California

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