Brian Ball, VP & Group Director, Aberdeen | Amrita Mehrok, VP of Sales Strategy and Business Dev Cloud Applications, Oracle
The pace of business continues to accelerate, putting tremendous pressure on companies to respond faster to customer and market demands with tailored support and business intelligence. To meet this challenge, Best-in-Class companies are implementing cloud solutions that connect their back-office, ensuring that the business operates seamlessly across critical functions - particularly interactions between Finance and HR.
In this webinar, we'll examine how a connected back-office impacts organizational performance, illustrating how Best-in-Class companies are leading the way by investing in technology that aligns their people, processes, and data.
Emma Hitzke, Senior Product Marketing Director of Emerging Technologies, Oracle | Di Seghposs, Senior Product Marketing Di
In partnership with CFO.com Oracle presents webcast "How AI, IoT, and Blockchain are Redefining Finance and Operations"
Imagine reducing finance and operations errors by 36% or reducing the time to close your books by 3.5 days. New research shows organizations incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) into their ERP systems are realizing these outcomes and are more likely to be high performers. And companies using three or more emerging technologies for finance and operations have grown their profit 80% faster.
Join this webinar as we discuss how:
•cloud provides the infrastructure for emerging technologies like AI/ML, IoT, blockchain and digital assistants to redefine finance
•finance teams are leveraging emerging technologies to gain a competitive edge
•practical first steps for incorporating AI into your ERP system
David Handy VP of Enterprise Data Management at Oracle | Matthew Savard, Director of Analytics at Adventist Health
In partnership with FEI, the Financial Executives International organization, Oracle presents "Adopting A Data-First Strategy To Drive Your Next Generation Applications"
Companies who have successfully become data-driven are successful because they adopt a data-first strategy that permeates their entire organization.
Today's economic climate is forcing companies to become more and more data-driven in order to compete and survive. Those companies who are data-driven are winning the day. But most companies are trying and failing at becoming data driven. Why is this? Because most companies think being data-driven is about AI and Analytics when in-fact companies who have successfully become data-driven are successful because they adopt a data-first strategy that permeates their entire organization. The good news is that adopting a data-first strategy is neither difficult nor expensive.
Join us to learn how to start your company on the path to becoming a data-driven organization by adopting a data-first strategy. You will learn what steps to take to get started, listen to customers discuss how they have begun to adopt a data-first strategy and the benefits they are realizing from this.
•All data is important, not just AI and analytics
•Enterprise data governance can decrease costs from marketing and sales to finance and operations
•Deploy a data-first strategy that is not difficult or expensive
Daniel Schoerner, Principal Product Strategy Manager at Oracle | Bryan Ball, Vice President and Group Director at Aberdeen
Abstract: Global Trade Management – Trends, Challenges and Best Practices With Oracle and Aberdeen
Changing global trade policies have altered the landscape, profitability, and risk of trade along specific routes. Companies must evolve by using existing technology, investing in new solutions, or partnering with 3rd-party providers.
This on-demand webcast examines new research on global trade management (GTM) and industry success stories that answer:
- What business capabilities drive the greatest success?
- What technologies support best-practice GTM solutions?
- Do companies have the organizational readiness to handle GTM?
Indy Bains, Head of ERP Product Marketing, Oracle | Andrew MacMillen, Research Analyst, Nucleus Research
In partnership with CFO.com, Oracle presents Strategically Connecting Finance and HR in the Cloud
Coordination between Finance and HR is critical to every enterprise but too often it’s blocked by organization and technology silos. In this webinar you’ll hear how Finance and HR organizations are increasing their strategic collaboration by identifying new organizational links and leveraging the cloud. Join Andrew MacMillen, Analyst at Nucleus Research and Indy Bains, Head of ERP Cloud Product Marketing at Oracle, as they discuss recent trends and new approaches for connecting Finance and HR organizations with cloud technology.
During the webinar, they will explore:
• How deeper collaboration impacts budgets, forecasts, talent, resource allocation, and more
• Why moving finance and HR systems to the cloud is a strategic necessity, not just a pathway to cost reduction
• How finance and HR are adopting transformational technologies like AI and Machine Learning for increased efficiency
Wayne Heather, Director EPM Product Marketing, Oracle | Scott Leshinski, Managing Director, Huron
The pandemic crisis has leaders in every industry preparing and making critical business decisions. Many organizations are taking swift actions to protect their employee base and assessing the impact on customers and vendors – all while quantifying how this uncertainty affects their balance sheet, cash flow and liquidity.
When market disruptions arise, there are actions that organizations can take today to position their business for success no matter what news tomorrow brings. Organizations must prepare to confidently respond to three critical questions:
• Can your organization rapidly model “what-if” scenarios across remote teams?
• Based on the range of scenarios, can you quantify the impact on your liquidity, capital structure needs and cash burn?
• Have you prepared contingency plans to address any financial, operational and cash flow issues for all potential scenarios?
The key to addressing these questions is having a strategic modeling and connected planning solution that provides real-time analysis and the ability to statistically analyze an unlimited number of “what-if” scenarios for contingency planning.
Many organizations have de-emphasized the strategic modeling process following a period of favorable economic conditions. While the “rising tide” of a 10-year bull market elevated all businesses, the rapid shift in the market trajectory has revealed the importance of proactive contingency planning and connected planning. Join Oracle, Huron and their customer panel to learn why now is the time to invest in the solutions and resources that help prepare your organization for what tomorrow may bring.
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Macerich Co.: Allan Gee, Assistant VP Analytical Applications
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