Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Oracle Supply Chain News

Supply Chain Best Practices at Oracle OpenWorld 2011
Oracle senior vice president Rick Jewell outlines the overall direction for Oracle supply chain management strategies in a keynote session at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 on Monday, October 3. Additional sessions focus on key business issues and solutions for manufacturing companies in today's uncertain business environment, along with supply chain best practices in complex global business environments.
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Oracle Slated to Introduce New Electronic Kanban Capabilities
Oracle is expected to announce that new electronic Kanban, or eKanban, features will be included in an upcoming version of Oracle E-Business Suite designed to improve the flow of resources in manufacturing operations.
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New Safeguards Protect Workers in Hazardous Areas
An upcoming release of Oracle Enterprise Asset Management is slated to include additional controls for protecting maintenance and technical workers against accidents in hazardous environments.
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