Oracle Value Chain Summit Manufacturing

Oracle Value Chain Summit 2015
Enabling Agents of Change
January 26 – 29, 2015
San Jose Convention Center
San Jose, California 7th Annual Oracle Manufacturing Summit
Agenda Table of Contents
How to Register & Special Offers
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Value Chain Summit 2015 Overview and Speakers
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Manufacturing Tracks
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Manufacturing Highlights: Awards, Demos & Sponsors
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Manufacturing Side-By-Side Agenda: Sessions & Workshops
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Manufacturing Session Details
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How to Register & Special Offers
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Visit www.oraclevaluechainsummit.com/register to register.
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Register early or for your whole team to take advantage of limited time offers and group discounts.
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Attendee Registration Rates
All Oracle Value Chain Summit Attendees can take advantage of the following rates:
• $795 Pre-Registration: December 1–January 23
• $895 Onsite Registration: January 26–January 28
Group Discount Offers
Buy four passes and get one pass free! Or buy ten and get four free! All paid registrants must be registered, paid in full,
and be from the same company to qualify for the free passes. Please email the Oracle Value Chain Summit Registration
team at [email protected] and provide the name and company of the completed unique
registrations to receive your free passes. The deadline to take advantage of this offer is 5:00 p.m. PT January 23, 2015.
Contact Us
Send questions about the Oracle Manufacturing Solution Area at the Oracle Value Chain Summit to
[email protected]
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7th Annual Oracle Manufacturing Summit
at the Oracle Value Chain Summit 2015
What could a modern manufacturing strategy do for you, and how do you make it happen?
Come learn in the Manufacturing Solution Area of the Oracle Value Chain Summit 2015,
the top Oracle Manufacturing and Supply Chain customer event of the year.
Manufacturing Solution Area
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Includes three session tracks, workshops and solution demonstrations:
• Track: E-Business Suite Discrete Manufacturing
Oracle Discrete Manufacturing helps factories of all sizes and in all industries to
improve the management of information in the entire production cycle, from
R&D to design through work-in-process cost and quality management. Flexible
production can be achieved with mixed mode manufacturing, flow (lean), buildto-order (ETO/CTO) and project-based and other complex manufacturing
modalities.
• Track: E-Business Suite Process Manufacturing
Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) enables firms to better manage batch
production involving variable ingredients, scalable recipes and flexible routings
to satisfy unique specifications found in chemicals, food and beverage, life
sciences, pharmaceutical and natural resources. OPM allows full end-to-end lot
traceability with embedded quality and multiple cost methods that provide
complete visibility of plant operations.
• Track: JD Edwards Manufacturing
Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing and Engineering helps
manufacturers—especially those that operate within a mixed-mode
manufacturing environment—develop, manufacture, and distribute products in
a timely fashion; use efficient processes that optimize resources; and satisfy
customer expectations about quality, price and delivery.
• Oracle E-Business Suite Manufacturing Customer Advisory Board
Held after the conference on Thursday, January 29, the EBS Manufacturing CAB
is a focused group of customer representatives with expertise and vision in
Discrete or Process Manufacturing who will meet with the EBS Manufacturing
team to provide strategic input on product direction. The CAB provides
collaborative work sessions between the manufacturing team and key
customers to articulate/share the strategic vision for their company as it
pertains to the business process enabled by the manufacturing products within
the E-Business Suite. Contact [email protected] to register.
Oracle Value Chain
Summit 2015 in San Jose
will gather over 2,000
manufacturing and
supply chain
professionals.
Featured Speakers
Steve Young
NFL Legend
& HGGC Co-Founder
Andrew Winston
Co-author of Green to Gold
and author of The Big Pivot
Sean D. Tucker
Aerobatic Pilot,
Team Oracle
Oracle Manufacturing
Speakers Include:
Cisco Celgene
Emerson Niagara Water Lifecell and many more! ORACLE VALUE CHAIN SUMMIT 2015 –
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use of Oracle Manufacturing solutions.
Visit the demo kiosks in the Man
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facturing area of the
Solution Pavilion for a one-on-on
one view of our solutions.
Interested in seeing the latest in In-Memory
In
or Endeca
solutions? Or seeing EBS or JDE Manufacturing
Manufacturing up close?
This is the place for you.
iPad stations
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Theater Demos
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guided tour through our solutio
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stations, located in the Manufacturing area
area of the
Solution Pavilion. Browse overviews, infog
ographics,
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customer testimonials, demos and more.
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Partner Sponsors
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Special thanks to our Manufacturing partn
partner sponsors!
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Monday, January 26, 2015
DAY & TIME�
TITLE & DESCRIPTION
12:30 – 2:30 PM­
Oracle In-Memory Applications for Manufacturing Workshop, San Jose Convention Center, Room 230A
This Oracle In-Memory Applications for Manufacturing workshop is for Oracle partners and customers interested in learning
about existing and upcoming Oracle In-Memory applications for E-Business Suite Manufacturing. This workshop will provide
attendees with the opportunity to learn more about the product, see a live demo, and take away best practices for
implementing two currently available products: Oracle In-Memory Cost Management for Discrete Industries and Oracle InMemory Cost Management for Process Industries. We will also be offering a sneak peek into two upcoming Oracle In-Memory
products: Cost Planning and Yield Management
Due to limited seating, each partner/customer is limited to two representatives. Registration is required to attend. To secure
your spot, contact [email protected]
3:00 – 5:30 PM­
Opening General Session, featuring Sean D. Tucker, Aerobatic Pilot, Team Oracle
5:30 – 7:00 PM­
Welcome Reception
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
DAY & TIME�
TITLE & DESCRIPTION
7:00 – 8:00 AM­
Breakfast in Solution Pavilion
8:00 – 10:00 AM­
General Session featuring Steve Young, NFL Legend and HGGC Co-Founder
10:00 – 11:00 AM­
Networking Break in Solution Pavilion
Manufacturing Solution Pavilion Theater Demos and Presentations
10:10—10:20am Outside Processing for Process Manufacturing, Oracle
10:25—10:35am: JD Edwards In Memory Planning, Oracle
10:40—10:50am: Enhance Customer Service with a Voice-Enabled Warehouse, Voxware
11:00 – 11:45 AM­
Solution Area General Session: Manufacturing
Visbility, Big Data and the Internet of Things: The Road to a Modern Manufacturing Strategy | Krishna Gubili, GM, Advanced
Technology Practice, WIPRO; Gary Grieshaber, Senior Director, Product Strategy, Oracle; Aravindan Sankaramurthy, Senior
Director, Applications Product Management, Oracle; Gopal Ratnam, Senior Director, Product Management, Oracle; & Karen
Theel, Senior Director, Manufacturing Product Strategy, Oracle
12:00 – 12:45 PM­
Solution Area General Session: Manufacturing Your Path to the Cloud: Manufacturing and Materials Management | Shince Francis, Associate Practice Director, Rolta; Andy
Binsley, Senior Director, Product Strategy, Oracle; Manish Modi, VP Product Development, Oracle; & Valerie Dubois, Director
Strategy, Oracle
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12:45 – 1:30 PM­
Lunch
Featuring Oracle manufacturing roundtable discussions and theater demos.
Manufacturing Birds of a Feather tables:
• • • • • EBS Process Manufacturing
EBS Discrete Manufacturing
EBS Cost Management
EBS Quality Management
JD Edwards: All Things Manufacturing
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LEGEND
Orac le E-Business Su ite D iscrete
M anufact uring
Orac le E-Business Su ite Process
M anufact uring
1:45 – 2:45 PM
Implementing Oracle Outsourced
Manufacturing for Discrete Industries
Case Study: Oracle Process
Manufacturing Quality for Sampling in a
Regulated Environment
Rolta
JD Edwards M anu fac tur ing
Accelerate Supply Chain Execution with
JD Edwards Mobile Applications
Celgene
Deloitte
2:45 – 3:30 PM
Networking Break in Solution Pavilion
Manufacturing Solution Pavilion Theater Demos and Presentations
2:55—3:05pm: The Internet of Everything: Turning Big Data into Big Opportunity, KPMG
3:10—3:20pm: “Real Time Analysis of EBS Quality” EBS Quality Analytics with Endeca and BI Apps, Oracle
3:25—3:35pm: Mobility Case Study: ON Semiconductor Improves Inventory Control with Offline Mobility Solution, RFGen
3:45 – 4:45 PM
Discrete Manufacturing Solution
Roadmap & Q&A
Case Study: Electronic Batch Records:
Full or Partial
Oracle Value Chain Planning Solutions
for JD Edwards
Lifecell
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Product-Driven Supply Chain: Achieve
Flexibility in Fulfillment with Oracle R12
Oracle Process Manufacturing Solution
Roadmap & Q&A
Cisco
Demand Planning in a Dual-Instance
Demantra Environment
Diamond Foods
Infosys
6:00 – 7:00 PM
Break
7:00 – 10:00 PM
Customer Appreciation Party
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
DAY & TIME
TITLE & DESCRIPTION
7:00 – 8:00 AM
Breakfast in Solution Pavilion
8:00 – 10:30 AM
General Session featuring Andrew Winston, co-author of Green to Gold and author of The Big Pivot
10:30 – 10:45 AM
Networking Break
10:45 – 11:30 AM
Solution Area General Session: Manufacturing
Mobility for Manufacturing | Matthew Littlefield, President and Principal Analyst, LNS Research; Venkat Visweswaran, Director
Product Management, Oracle; John Shimp, GPO: Manufacturing and Operations Quality, SUN-Oracle
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11:40 – 12:25 PM­
Solution Area General Session: Manufacturing
Enterprise Quality Management | Benjamin Bradshaw, Director of Quality, USANA, Elaine Wan, Product Strategy Director,
Oracle; Dan Murphy, Solution Consultant, Oracle
LEGEND
Oracle E-Business Suite Discrete
Manufacturing
12:30 – 1:15 PM
Lunch
Oracle E-Business Suite Process
Manufacturing
JD Edwards Manufacturing
Featuring Oracle Manufacturing roundtable discussions and theater demos.
Manufacturing Birds of a Feather tables:
• • • • • 1:30 – 2:30 PM
EBS Process Manufacturing
EBS Discrete Manufacturing
EBS Cost Management
EBS Quality Management
JD Edwards: All Things Manufacturing
Poka-Yoking and Automating the
Manufacturing Function to Unlock
Hidden Value
The Top Things You Didn’t Know About
Product Costing
Industry Advantage: JD Edwards
Consumer Goods Vision for the Supply
Chain
Emerson
Infosys
2:30 – 3:15 PM
Networking Break in Solution Pavilion
Manufacturing Solution Pavilion Theater Demos and Presentations
2:40—2:50pm: Manufacturing Cost Analysis: Landed Cost Management/IMCM and Endeca Cost Management, Oracle
2:55—3:05pm: Oracle E-Business Suite and BarTender® in an FDA-Regulated Compliance Labeling Deployment, Seagull Scientific
3:10—3:20pm: Internet of Things in Supply Chain Management, Oracle
3:30 – 4:30 PM
4:30 PM
Customer Case Study: Improve Your
Supply Chain Efficiency with an R12
Upgrade
Recipe for Successfully Integrating
Oracle Process Manufacturing with VCP
Compass Minerals: A Business Process
Re-engineering Story
Aleris International
Compass Minerals
Niagara Water
Deloitte
IBM
Event Concludes
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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TITLE & DESCRIPTION
TBD
EBS Manufacturing Customer Advisory Board
The EBS Manufacturing CAB is a focused group of customer representatives with expertise and vision in
Discrete or Process Manufacturing who will meet with the EBS Manufacturing team to provide strategic
Registration
Required
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input on product direction. The CAB provides collaborative work sessions between the Manufacturing
team and key customers to articulate/share the strategic vision for their company as it pertains to the
business processes enabled by the manufacturing products within the E-Business Suite.
Participation in the CAB provides the opportunity to:
• • • • • Influence product design and direction
Obtain direct contact with product development teams
Provide input on future functionality and releases
Obtain knowledge of industry best practices from participating companies
Learn from your peers on how they are using our application in the ‘real world’ and where
they are going.
Each customer is limited to 2 representatives and must have a signed and valid Customer Participation
Confidentiality Agreement (CPCA). If you are interested in attending, but are not currently part of the
Board, please contact [email protected] for more information.
Manufacturing Track Session Details
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General Sessions
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TIME
TITLE
ABSTRACT
SPEAKERS
Tuesday
11:00 – 11:45 AM
Big Data and The
Internet of Things:
Your Road to a
Modern
Manufacturing
Strategy
We are in the midst of a revolution with the availability and adoption of
modern technologies such as automation, analytics and greater
connectedness through the Internet of Things. Efforts to modernize
manufacturing through such initiatives can have a huge impact. In this
session, find out what you need to prepare for the future.
Krishna Gubili , GM
Advanced Technologies
Practice, WIPRO
Gary Grieshaber, Senior
Director Product
Strategy, Oracle
Gopal Ratnam, Senior
Director, Product
Management, Oracle
Aravindan
Sankaramurthy, Director
Product Management,
Oracle
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Tuesday
12:00 – 12:45 PM
Your Path to the
Cloud: Manufacturing
and Materials
Management
The cloud is coming to manufacturing! Attend this session to learn about
Oracle’s vision and roadmap for manufacturing customers and to hear
from Rolta how companies are starting with the Oracle Cloud solutions
today with a coexistance strategy with their in-house or third party
mission critical applications in manufacturing.
Oracle is building a complete end-to-end solution for manufacturing and
materials management. The presentation gives you a preview of key
capabilities that will be delivered as an integrated cloud solution for
manufacturing companies. The session will highlight Oracle's new
solution that will support the complete product lifecycle from product
inception through product development, product planning,
manufacturing, materials management, and order management and
fulfillment.
Mike Dale, Associate
Practice Director, Rolta
Andy Binsley, Sr. Director,
Product Strategy, Oracle
Manish Modi, VP Product
Development, Oracle
Valerie Dubois, Director,
Product Strategy, Oracle
Then Rolta will share options to maximize your return on investment with
existing Oracle Applications Unlimited products and at the same time
adopt some of the cloud applications. A case study of a manufacturing
customer who moved their financial modules to Oracle Cloud ERP and
implemented a coexistence approach to connect with their in-house
manufacturing application will be presented. This case study shows the
viability for anyone interested in having pursuing a co-existence approach
with Financials in the cloud and SCM/Manufacturing application onpremise. If your company is involved with manufacturing and materials
management, you do not want to miss this session.
Wednesday
10:45 – 11:30 AM
Mobility for
Manufacturing
With the explosion of mobile technology and the ubiquity of mobile
devices, organizations need to have an enterprise mobile strategy. In this
session, customers and Oracle experts will discuss the different uses of
mobile devices in the manufacturing world and how a mobile
manufacturing strategy can help improve efficiency, enhance productivity,
and increase visibility and ROI.
Matthew Littlefield,
President and Principal
Analyst, LNS Research
Venkat Visweswaran,
Director Product
Management, Oracle
John Shimp, GPO:
Manufacturing and
Operations Quality, SUNOracle
Wednesday�
11:45 – 12:30 PM
Enterprise Quality
Management
The Quality software landscape has progressed gradually from a
deployment of spreadsheets and tactical point solutions to complete
enterprise-level solution offerings. Learn about the future of quality
software and understand how you can leverage some of these capabilities
today. Also hear how USANA is leveraging Oracle's quality solutions to
transform their enterprise quality and regulatory compliance processes.
This session will cover how Oracle solutions fit into its overall IT
architecture to enable quality processes and the business value achieved.
Benjamin Bradshaw,
Director of Quality,
USANA
Elaine Wan, Product
Strategy Director, Oracle
Dan Murphy, Solutions
Consultant, Oracle
Track: Oracle E­Business Suite Discrete Manufacturing
TIME
TITLE
ABSTRACT�
SPEAKERS
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Tuesday
1:45 – 2:45 PM
Tuesday
3:45 – 4:45 PM
Tuesday
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Wednesday
1:30 – 2:30 PM
Implementing
Oracle Outsourced
Manufacturing for
Discrete Industries
Oracle Outsourced Manufacturing for Discrete Industries enables
manufacturers to track almost all aspects of the outsourced manufacturing
business with contract manufacturers. By having better visibility into the
outsourced processes, manufactures can more proactively mitigate their
risks in this area. A global medical device manufacturer and Rolta, an
Oracle Platinum Partner, will co-present, discussing the results of a proof
of concept implementation of Release 12.1.3 of the Outsourced
Manufacturing application. Highlights will include benefits and
functionality of the new application and detail the implementation itself.
They'll share several tips, tricks, and best practices discovered during the
implementation.
Randy Hilliard, Managing
Consultant, Rolta
Discrete
Manufacturing
Solution Roadmap
and Q&A
Whether your process requires basic assembly manufacturing, lot-based
co-product traceability for lean flow manufacturing, or new MES and
eKanban functionality, there are tools in the Oracle Discrete Manufacturing
product suite to support your business. This session will provide a deeper
understanding of the latest enhancements to the Discrete Manufacturing
product to improve shop floor visibility and improve your ROI. Oracle
executives will also provide insight into the product roadmap for the next
several years of development.
Karen Theel, Senior
Director, Manufacturing
Strategy, Oracle
Product-Driven
Supply Chain:
Achieve Flexibility in
Fulfillment with
Oracle R12
Enterprises are seeking solutions to develop their supply chain strategies
based on product characteristics such as demand-life, configuration, and
delivery time. Flexibility to choose a fulfillment model based on product
stratification is gaining more importance than ever before to catch up with
the business rate of change. Join us to learn how the flexible architecture
and best-in-class discrete and flow manufacturing capabilities of Oracle
Supply Chain Management R12 can power companies' transformation and
eliminate operational inflexibility to respond to rapid market shifts. Learn
how a leading high-tech company implemented a product-driven
fulfillment model in a single instance without customization.
Srinath Unnikrishnan, IT
Manager, Cisco Systems
Poka-Yoking and
Automating the
Manufacturing
Function to Unlock
Hidden Value
A manufacturer of instruments for measuring and controlling industrial
process variables will present in this session. Its electronic products are
manufactured and assembled in a configure-to-order environment. This
presentation will cover: (1) How the Oracle E-Business Suite platform was
leveraged to deploy a lean manufacturing process that eliminated the need
for subassembly work orders, instead building the entire configuration on a
single work order; (2) How automation of documentation eliminated
errors and duplicates; (3) Real-time capture, validation, analysis, and
reporting of all manufacturing quality data with Oracle Quality and WIP; (4)
Integration of vendor quality and testing data with Oracle Quality for early
detection of non-conforming PCBs during the manufacturing process.
Nikhil Tungare, Senior
Manager, Product
Development, Oracle
Anil Modwel, Director
Product Development,
Oracle
Srikant Bevara, Director,
Product Management,
Oracle
Bharat Belavadi, Principal
Consultant, Infosys
Russell Bayles, Jr.,
Principal Product Strategy
Manager, Oracle
David Martin, IT
Applications Manager,
Emerson Process
Management
Vivek Goswami, Progam
Manager, Infosys
Manish Naik, Lead
Consultant, Infosys
Usha Arora, Senior
Director, Manufacturing
Development, Oracle
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Wednesday
3:30 – 4:30 PM
Case Study: Improve
Your Supply Chain
Efficiency with an
R12 Upgrade
Are you a manufacturing organization now going global? How do you
address the operational pain point of back flush components on shop floor
when having multiple product changeovers in a shift? How do you make
your product traceability and reporting more effective? If you have
pondered on these questions for your organization as a Supply Chain
Manager, Shop Floor Supervisor, Operations Director or IT Manager, this
presentation is for you! This presentation provides insights from a recent
Oracle R12 technical upgrade and how it was aligned with best practices
for transformation from repetitive to discrete manufacturing method for a
manufacturer in consumer packaged goods industry.
Van Vu, Sr. Applications
Manager, Niagara Water
Harsha Limaye, Manager,
Deloitte
Ram Rao, Group Manager,
Oracle
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Track: Oracle E­Business Suite Process Manufacturing
TIME
TITLE
ABSTRACT
SPEAKERS
Tuesday
1:45 – 2:45 PM
Case Study: Oracle
Process
Manufacturing
Quality for Sampling
in a Regulated
Environment
Learn how a biotechnology company that manufactures drug therapies for
cancers moved their manufacturing sites to the R12 platform. The
company wanted to automate and streamline transaction processing and
integrate the quality process from the shop floor to the lab as part of this
move. Quality sampling during manufacturing execution is a key aspect of
their process. The solution for performing quality sampling in this
regulated environment was based on the Oracle Process Manufacturing
(OPM) set of modules.This presentation will detail some of the challenges
faced with quality sampling in a regulated environment. Attendees will
learn how an OPM Quality based solution can be used to meet these
requirements. Kim Crespin, Boudry Site
Lead, Plan to Manufacture
Project, Celgene
Jonathan Saunders,
Director, Commercial
Supply Chain, Celgene
David St. Germain, Oracle
Package Technologies,
Deloitte
Tim Hertzig, Engagement
Manager, Deloitte
Jonathan Haltzman,
Master Principal Sales
Consultant, Oracle
Tuesday
3:45 – 4:45 PM
Case Study:
Electronic Batch
Records: Full or
Partial
This session, featuring customer LifeCell, takes a deeper look at the
challenges of implementing Electronic Batch Records, including the pros
and cons for a full vs. partial implementation..
Sathya Subramani, Oracle
ERP Technical Manager
Lifecell
Pallavi Vellanki, Senior IT
Business, Lifecell
Diane Comforti, Senior
Director, Process
Manufacturing, Oracle
Tuesday
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Wednesday
1:30 – 2:30 PM
Process
Manufacturing
Solution Roadmap
and Q&A
The Top Things You
Didn’t Know About
Product Costing
Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM) enables users to manage the
variability inherent in process manufacturing, from manufacturing MDM
through manufacturing execution, with real-time visibility to cost and
quality information. This session will provide a deeper understanding of
feature-rich modules of OPM to improve ROI. Oracle executives will cover
OPM's exciting new features, which provide greater insights into the shop
floor through analytics and real-time data acquisition
Karen Theel, Senior
Director, Manufacturing
Strategy, Oracle
Attend this session to hear about OPM cost features that have been added
since 11i that will help with productivity, usability and cost accuracy.
Included in this session will be a panel discussion of Endeca solutions for
OPM cost management, lot costing, landed cost management and inmemory cost management.
Rajesh Patangya, Senior
Manager – OPM
Development, Oracle
Abhay Satpute, Senior
Director, Product
Development, Oracle
Ashish Pathak, Senior
Director, Product
Mangement, Oracle Ashish Pathak, Senior
Director, Product
Mangement, Oracle
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Wednesday
3:30 – 4:30 PM
Recipe for
Successfully
Integrating Oracle
Process
Manufacturing with
VCP
Integrating Oracle Process Manufacturing with the Advance Planning and
Scheduling suite used to be a daunting task in earlier releases of Oracle EBusiness Suite. With the merger of Oracle Process Inventory with Discrete
Inventory in Release 12i, the integration has become a much simpler task.
This session explores the step-by-step details of an integration at a big
metal manufacturing company, including the challenges they faced, the
role of the merger, and the "secret sauce" of a successful integration
process.
Chandrasekhar A. Yadati,
IT Director, Aleris
International
Raj Samprathi, Director,
Global IT, Aleris
International
Sushil Srivastava,
Associate Partner, IBM
Russ Bayles, Jr. , Product
Strategy Manager, Oracle
Track: JD Edwards Manufacturing
TIME
TITLE
ABSTRACT
SPEAKERS
Tuesday
1:45 – 2:45 PM
Accelerate Supply
Chain Execution
with JD Edwards
Mobile Applications
As mobile devices become commonplace, the ability to support
optimization of supply chain activities has never been easier. JD
Edwards is investing strongly in mobilization to facilitate timely and
accurate recording of supply chain activities when and where they take
place. Come see what's new and what's coming in this exciting area,
with over 50 mobile applications available today! Your ideas from last
years’ summit are coming to fruition.
Mark Nix, Director, Industry
Business Solutions, Oracle
Tuesday
3:45 – 4:45 PM
Oracle Value Chain
Planning Solutions
for JD Edwards
As mobile devices become commonplace, the ability to support
optimization of supply chain activities has never been easier. JD
Edwards is investing strongly in mobilization to facilitate timely and
accurate recording of supply chain activities when and where they take
place. Come see what's new and what's coming in this exciting area,
with over 50 mobile applications available today! Your ideas from last
years’ summit are coming to fruition.
Barbara Wolters, Product
Strategy Director, Oracle
Tuesday
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Demand Planning in
a Dual-Instance
Demantra
Environment
In this session, we will describe how two separate Oracle Demantra
instances (Demand Management and Predictive Trade Planning) have
been modeled within a CPG organization on a global JD Edwards (JDE)
platform. There, they interact and generate a single number forecast
that is utilized both operationally on a weekly basis and for the S&OP
process on a monthly basis. This sessions focuses on why the dualinstance model was chosen instead of a single instance, how the two
Demantra instances work in sync, how the project coincided with a
concurrent JD Edwards reimplementation and how the underlying
business process that ties all the various demand planning components
together generates the single number consensus forecast.
Kevin Moran, Senior Manager,
Applications Development,
Diamond Foods
Wednesday
1:30 – 2:30 PM
Industry Advantage:
JD Edwards
Consumer Goods
JD Edwards has a strong presence in consumer goods industries with
targeted solutions to address ever-changing challenges. Learn how the
JD Edwards solutions for these industries bring value to and drive
Barbara Wolter, Product
Strategy Director, Oracle
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Vision for the Supply efficiencies. Participate in a strategic discussion about the future
Chain
opportunities and challenges emerging within these industries.
Wednesday­
3:30 – 4:30 PM­
Compass Minerals:
A Business Process
Re-engineering
Story
Compass Minerals will detail their board approval process for a
transformational business process re-engineering effort. The approval
required a distinct and relevant business case justification supported by
the cross-pillar business-segment leadership. Lessons learned will be
highlighted. Compass Minerals needed vastly improved processes and
systems to more effectively manage operations and achieve strategic
objectives. Previous attempts at process and system improvement
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