VP Delivery Growth & Excellence
If you have business need to extend Oracle Fusion applications, how do you approach it? With the SaaS moving forward every 3 months, how have these extensions held up and what have they learnt? Lessons that you can use to help with your planning of extensions. This is one of my favourite subjects to talk about. Oracle have done a great job of making it easier by including most of the necessary components in OIC, but each requirement needs to be assessed not only against the tool box but also against the application roadmap. Inoapps have delivered many extensions, some are one offs for a customer specific requirement but they also have several industry solutions available on Oracle Marketplace. Some of these extensions have been around for a while. How have they stood up and what has been learnt?
I have always worked for Oracle Implementors (never for Oracle themselves). With the first one, they were EBS users and it was an added advantage to talk about the application from both the implementor and user dimensions. Now I work for an xxxxx, an implementor that was one of the first adopters of Fusion Apps. Not a single module, but full Finance and Procurement, PBCS, Core HR, Talent and Recruitment. This presentation will turn the tables a bit and give an honest appraisal of what I have found and ideas to capture some of that continuous improvement that Fusion delivers. How do the implementors take their user experience into their customer projects?
Is Oracle Integration Cloud a ‘nice to have’ or almost mandatory for SaaS projects? Well, you guessed it, the answer is ‘it depends’. Let’s talk through some use cases and things that might help you decide. Is Oracle Integration Cloud a ‘nice to have’ or almost mandatory for SaaS projects? Well, you guessed it, the answer is ‘it depends’. Let’s talk through some use cases and things that might help you decide.