Thursday, July 9, 2009

Oracle Procurement News

New Oracle Sourcing On Demand Enables Rapid Cost Cutting
Oracle’s widely used Oracle Sourcing application is now available in an Oracle-hosted version, offering an alternative for companies that want to jump-start sourcing programs while avoiding up-front capital expenses.

Oracle Set to Release New Tool for More Accurate Spend Analyses
Oracle is planning a summer release for a new product to help organizations more accurately analyze their procurement activities to find opportunities for reducing costs and negotiating favorable contracts with suppliers.

Top 5 New Features in Oracle Procurement 12.1.1
With the new release of Oracle Procurement 12.1.1 and new analytical capabilities in Oracle Business Intelligence Applications, procurement managers now have a wider variety of tools for improving sourcing, contracting, and compliance.

OpenWorld Preview: New Supply Management Tools Offer Dramatic Cost Reductions
Sourcing and procurement professionals are currently grappling with unprecedented economic pressures—and opportunities. This year’s Oracle OpenWorld will explore the wide range of new technologies that can help them cut risk and maximize value.

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