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Whether you are running Oracle ERP Cloud today or plan to do so at some point in the future, it’s important to understand your options for financial reporting, as it can be difficult to choose from Oracle’s extensive offerings. For standard financial reports like income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements, ...
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This blog is an excerpt from a longer article by the same name published in the Winter 2020 issue of OATUG Insight magazine. Members can read the full-length article there. Auditing data in Oracle EBS Auditors are increasingly recommending high risk activities be tracked and reported. Oracle provides functionality ...
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There’s always been a need to make the order-to-cash process faster, more convenient, and just overall better. With the ERP at the center of order processing in the B2B sales realm, the mission to improve these processes often relies on the development or extension of these systems. One of the most common ways to enhance ...
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Oracle Financials Cloud is part of Oracle Fusion ERP Cloud and has extensive multi-currency functionality. Let’s take a look at the details of how this works, for transactions, balances, revaluations and translations. Ledger Configuration Balances for all accounts are held within a ledger, and are updated by financial ...
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For a long time, Oracle E-Business Suite users have known that moving to the Cloud isn’t a question of “if” but rather of “when.” And “when” is now . However, for many organizations moving your entire ERP footprint to the Cloud immediately isn’t feasible. Fortunately for Oracle E-Business Suite users, “Cloud vs. On Premise” ...
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Over the last few decades we’ve witnessed the release of 3 distinct “generations” of Business Intelligence (BI) technologies, each of which has advanced insights available to enterprise businesses – and each of which has led to new disruptions and advancements. THE PIONEERS The first generation of BI tools offered ...
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Considering Replacing Oracle Discoverer? Protect your investment by converting what you love into a platform built for your future needs If your current ERP is Oracle EBS and you’re using Discoverer, it’s likely you’re looking to move onto something new to manage your transactional reporting. Although Discoverer has been ...
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The Problem As many of you know, it can be difficult to get data in and out of Oracle E-Business Suite, and Oracle doesn’t provide easy to use, end user friendly interfaces for users to process their data across the board. This can end up costing the customer thousands of extra hours entering and correcting data. Anytime ...
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Data entry challenges concerning ERP Cloud customers are experienced in all ERP systems. Organizations can benefit from powerful spreadsheet-based integration options when demands overwhelm the snail’s pace of keyboard and mouse operated forms. Oracle ERP Cloud is “Open for Integration” with an extensive suite of public-facing ...
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A decade and a half ago, software-as-a-service providers like Salesforce.com introduced “SaaS” into the business applications vocabulary. Since then, “X”-as-a-Service (XaaS) solutions have gone forth and multiplied. Every time you turn around, someone is pushing a new “X” as a service solution. Yet, in the ERP space, XaaS ...
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Securing your Oracle Cloud applications is an ongoing challenge. Once implemented, like a new car, Oracle Cloud security must be maintained and checked periodically as users come and go, new company workflows are introduced, and governments adopt new or change existing data protection & privacy regulations. At times, ...
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Is data in the Cloud secure? In short, the answer is yes, due to the improvements that have been made in Cloud security. In fact, Cloud servers often have more layers of security to protect data than companies can independently provide for on-premise servers. However, that’s not to say that there are no security concerns ...
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Securing Oracle EBS can be a bit painful. Here are five quick tips to help you enhance Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) application security, prevent more SoD conflicts, and help alleviate the pain. Secure Your Oracle EBS Implementing an Oracle EBS system architecture is no small feat. It requires extra effort to ...
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The way organizations “consume” enterprise software has changed dramatically since the advent of cloud computing and the widespread adoption of SaaS propositions. Instead of a major, disruptive upgrade project every three to five years, software updates are released (and deployed) on a much more regular basis. With its ...
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