Oracle EBS Community: Get Future-Ready with Latest Upgrade

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Arshad Imran, Head of Oracle Solutions, Aspire Systems

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The Oracle EBS Community using an on-premise version have their own set of concerns to resolve. Amidst this, Oracle announced the end of premium support by December 2021 for EBS R12.1.3 and below. Additionally, Enterprises willing to upgrade are not sure of where to start. The road ahead is long, and you will need guidance. Time is running short and before considering the upgrade, you need to answer some key questions like; a.Evaluating the high costs & skilled resources involved in for the upgrade b.Support for existing custom objects c.Urgency to resolve the issues with the existing EBS version d.What are the timelines for this upgrade? In this webinar, Arshad Imran, Head of Oracle Solutions at Aspire Systems addresses the above-mentioned concerns of Enterprises as well as gives us an overview what lies ahead. Key Takeaways: 1.Top Concerns of Oracle EBS Community 2.Why you should upgrade to latest EBS R12.2.9 3.Reference Guide to Upgrade Roadmap & Recommendations 4.Lessons learnt from Real Stories of Customers 5.Reduce go-to-market time with Upgrade Automation Tool

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Aspire Systems is a global technology services firm serving as a trusted technology partner for its customers. The company works with some of the world's most innovative enterprises and independent software vendors, helping them leverage technology and outsourcing in Aspire’s specific areas of expertise. Aspire System’s services include Product Engineering, Enterprise Solutions, Independent Testing Services and IT Infrastructure & Application Support Services. The company currently has over 1,400 employees and over 100 customers globally. The company has a growing presence in the US, UK, APAC, Middle East and Europe. For the 6th time in a row, Aspire has been selected as one of India’s ‘Best Companies to Work For’ by the Great Place to Work® Institute, in partnership with The Economic Times.