Innovative Partnerships Through Joint Venture Management in Oracle Cloud

When:  Nov 19, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)
Abstract:
Joint ventures have been a popular way of doing business in capital intensive industries like Oil and Gas, Engineering and Construction, etc. but with the ever so high accelerating pace of change, Joint Ventures are no longer limited to these industries. Businesses across the board need to explore innovative ways to penetrate new markets and differentiate from the competition.

While Joint ventures have proven to be an effective strategy to win in the marketplace, access new markets, knowledge, capabilities, and other resources, yet they can be challenging to manage, largely because they are owned by two or more parent companies.

With the introduction of Joint Venture Management in the Oracle Cloud, customers can now manage their joint venture-related accounting processes seamlessly in a single cloud, reducing and eliminating the need to maintain other bolt-on systems.

At Projects Expert, we strive to deliver sustainable, robust and business-friendly Oracle solutions for Projects driven organisations and therefore we look at every solution/functionality from the lens ‘Projects’. In this session, you will not only get an overview of the Joint Venture Management solution but will also get to know how it can be a great add on for a projects centric business.

Learning Objectives:
- Learn about the Joint Venture Management (JVM) Solution in Oracle Cloud.
- Understand how JVM can be a great tool for Project Centric Organizations.

Educational Tracks:
#CloudERP 
#Projects 

Presented by:
@Yugwan Mittal, Projects Expert UK Limited, Managing Partner and Founder ​​​

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