Oracle High Technology Forum 2011

Event Details | Event Overview | Session Details | Speaker Profile

Event Details

Date: May 10, 2011
Time: 10:00-17:00 PST
Hotel Sofitel, Redwood City, California, USA

Event Overview

Infosys is a sponsor of this year's Oracle High Technology Forum. The event comprises various sessions based on the following themes:

  • Smarter innovation decisions and go-to-market time
  • Sales channel efficiencies resulting in revenue and profits
  • Inventory turns and working capital
  • Improving agility by efficiently responding to demand or supply variability
  • Distributed manufacturing
  • Customer experience
  • Logistics and transportation costs
  • Warranty administration and management
Infosys will also address areas that encompass an all-important question how can the high-tech enterprise innovate and optimize to effect growth and inject efficiency in its operations? Join us at this much-awaited event as we showcase cutting-edge solutions at our booth. Our experts will also be available for discussions at the event.

Session Details

Topic: Demand to Deliver – Value Chain Innovation
Date: May 10, 2011
Time: 13:00-14:00 PST
Speakers: Colin Chummers and Rob Thomson, Cisco Senior Managers for Sales & Operations Planning
Jon Chorley, Oracle Vice President, Product Strategy for Supply Chain Management
Srinivas Shankar Dronamraju, Solution Architect, Infosys Technologies

Session Description
Hi-tech companies must reduce costs from their multi-tiered and complex supply chains. Hear from Cisco on how Oracle solutions help you integrate planning to reduce overall costs; from Oracle Product Strategy on managing distributed manufacturing; and from Infosys about event based rapid planning and variability mitigation.

Speaker Profile

Srinivas Shankar Dronamraju

Srinivas Shankar Dronamraju specializes in advising clients on industry best practices and the value chain planning stream of applications. He creates and implements generic and industry specific solutions for Industrial Manufacturing, Consumer Packaged Goods and hi-tech verticals. In his 15 years of experience, he has successfully executed several implementations of the Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), delivered business transformational programs, and addressed unique business needs such as retail sourcing strategies and age management for perishables. Currently, he is the lead solution architect for the demand-to-deliver solution, a joint initiative between Oracle and Infosys as well as a business transformation program for a coffee major.

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