Speaker Details

Over 23 years of Oracle Release 10.4 through 12.2.3 systems implementation, upgrades and Project Management experience (General Ledger including Financial Statement Generator, Web ADI, Multi-Currency, Consolidations, Eliminations; Receivables; Payables; Subledger Accounting; Cash Management; Incentive Compensation, Trade Management, Internet Expenses, System Administration, Fixed Assets, Alerts & Business Process Re-engineering). Technical skills include SQL, SQL Loader, SQL Tuning, Oracle Discoverer, SQL Developer, PL/SQL, UNIX, and Hyperion Interactive Reporting Studio / Noetix. Excellent understanding of how the subledgers book data into the General Ledger. Involved in more than 16 full life cycle implementations including the Business Requirements, Design and Analysis, CRP, Testing, Implementation, Training and Post Production support phases. Published three times in the OAUG proceedings. Over 8 years of finance and accounting experience including financial analysis, general accounting/financial reporting, revenue accounting, general ledger management and accounting supervisory roles. Involved in several Global Implementations in a Project Management and Senior Consultant Role.

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Paper Title and Abstract


Stream: EBS:APPS

Numerous organizations are caught in a dilemma regarding decisions on keeping an Oracle E-Business Suite solution or implementing a cloud based solution. There are many convincing reasons for implementing a cloud-based solution; however, many more persuasive reasons to stay with Oracle E-Business Suite and upgrade to Release 12.2.5. Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.5 focuses on a Modern User Experience including mobilization of many features. Oracle E-Business Release 12.2.5 is a reliable, fully integrated suite of Manufacturing, Human Capital Management, Procurement, Projects and Financials products. Upgrading will most likely be much more cost effective than a new cloud based implementation.

Pre-requisites: Just an interest in the topic.