National Sales Director
EBS Supply Chain users (MRP and ASCP) struggle to get information and answers quickly and easily…often waiting for the dreaded "hourglass" to deliver what they need. This session will provide those EBS supply chain users with insight and training on a modern, fast, easy-to-use information and navigation hub. The session provides tips on faster searching and drill-down capability, together with rapid mass volume exports from various Oracle modules, including a new horizontal planning tool. Users will gain access to a new HUB that will modernize and simplify the way they access their Inventory, Order Management, Purchase Order, Work in Process, and Bill of Materials data to address business issues. Why should you attend? 1) You will be introduced to a new approach for managing your supply chain information. 2) We will demonstrate how to access information easier and quicker than through Oracle standard forms. 3) You will learn how to customize the hub to your supply chain needs
Database systems running on modern hardware are no longer constrained by I/O or memory shortage as both of these historic performance bottlenecks have been addressed by hardware technology advancements. The biggest constraint to system performance can now be found in a little-noticed space….the single thread CPU Speed. CPU speed is often overlooked when considering Cloud infrastructure providers, and it can be the difference between a successful "lift and shift" or a migration that moves the company backward from a user experience with system performance. We will show a performance comparison of different cloud and on-premises systems, such as OCI, AWS or Oracle Exadata, and demonstrate the differences running Oracle EBS SQL queries on them. Objectives – Learn about the impact of single thread CPU speed on database query performance. Learn how to audit database performance and gather the metrics that pinpoint the problems. Introduce attendees to a public domain SQL library that can help to analyze Oracle EBS performance. Attendees will gain personal and professional growth by learning about performance monitoring and will get access to a library of SQL scripts that can help their business users work more efficiently with EBS on a day-to-day basis.
EBS native reporting and analytics is weak, and 3rd party alternatives are expensive and complicated, so most finance users spend hours working outside of EBS with Excel spreadsheets. They export the data, remove the headings and totals, resize the columns, then cut and paste to the desired template. If this sounds like your process, we have a better way. Let us show you this new functionality, which allows EBS data to be scheduled to automatically refresh an Excel workbook, with single or multiple worksheets, allowing tables, pivots and graphics to be automatically refreshed Best of all…this technology can be used for free for up to 30 reports and Excel templates