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Oracle OpenWorld Shanghai 2013

Infosys is an exhibitor at Oracle OpenWorld Shanghai 2013

Oracle OpenWorld Shanghai 2013

Oracle OpenWorld is a premier Oracle Corporation event that brings together Oracle technologists, partners, and customers. The event features multiple keynotes, technical sessions, hands-on labs, and demos.

Infosys is an exhibitor at the Oracle OpenWorld Shanghai 2013. We are showcasing our cutting-edge and innovative offerings and demos to address pressing needs of clients. Our focus areas in this event are:

  • Customer experience
  • Engineered systems
  • ERP revitalization
  • Supply chain innovation
  • Oracle Fusion Applications
  • Human capital management

Join us at booth number B16 to learn more about these offerings that help create the future of enterprises.

Focus areas

Join us at booth number B16 to learn more about the following focus areas and our offerings:

ERP revitalization – derive value from your ERP investments

  • What are the key factors for a successful ERP implementation? How do you measure ROI on your ERP implementation?
  • Are you utilizing the full potential / features of your ERP system? If not, what are the reasons?
  • What is the key benefit you have gained by implementing an ERP system as compared to your legacy system?
  • What industry best practices have you implemented as part of your ERP?

Supply chain innovation

  • Is your company able to handle demand and supply volatility through integrated sales and operations planning, demand management, and operational planning processes?
  • Are you able to extend your supply chain to a global partner base seamlessly without introducing additional complexity?
  • Do you know how to tap the hidden margins available in your end-to-end value chain planning and execution?
  • Is your planning process robust enough to react to sudden disruptions in demand, supply and capacity constraints?
  • Are you able to effectively de-risk your supply chain through collaborative supplier management strategies?

Unleash the power of your human capital

  • How aligned is your current HR installation to the nuances of your HR business like global recruitment and deployment of employees, increased shift to talent management functions?
  • How optimized and scalable is your current HR application landscape with respect to the current disruptive technologies like SaaS or PaaS? Do you believe that cloud-based offerings like SaaS or PaaS give you cost advantage and efficiencies?
  • Does your current HR application provide you with the required HR metrics data (e.g., cost per training, cycle time of hiring etc.) to support your decision-making?
  • Does your current HR application support HR transactions using mobility solutions? Do you believe your employee efficiency will increase by using HCM mobility solutions offered for various HR business functions?

Customer experience

  • Is customer experience today simply a buzzword or a real game-changer?
  • Is customer experience relevant for both B2B and B2C businesses and how does it differ?
  • How is cross-channel customer experience different from channel management and why is it gaining importance?
  • How can an enterprise get started with customer experience and redesign its CX strategy?
  • What are the key success factors for an effective customer experience program?

Engineered systems

  • Is your IT infrastructure optimally utilized? Has it provided return on investment?
  • What kind of performance can I expect from engineered systems?
  • What is the upgrade track for engineered systems?
  • How can I migrate to the Exadata box and what are the various activities involved? How are performance targets met?

Oracle Fusion Applications

  • How can process and data standardization be brought about without replacing multiple applications that currently enable order capturing and fulfillment?
  • How can enthusiasm, commitment, and loyalty be inspired among employees?
  • How can schedules, progress, risks, and costs for your projects portfolio be managed?
  • How can organizational productivity be prevented from being affected by the lack of an enterprise-wide single view of customers?
  • How can challenges in consolidating and controlling disparate financial applications be tackled?
  • How can you equip procurement managers with a complete enterprise-wide insight?


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Published with the permission of UK Oracle User Group OracleScene magazine


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Published with the permission of SearchOracle


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Published with the permission of UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG)