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OAUG Connection Point - Release 12.1/Fusion Applications - Austin 2012 (43)

Upgrading to Release 12 wreaks havoc on your existing reports. Significant application changes introduced in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 Release 12 are breaking reports critical to daily operations. If you think your end users are struggling now, just wait until their key reports aren't ready when you go live. This presentation will cover how to mitigate the risk of broken reports and lower the cost of maintenance.
Procurement transformed from a back office overhead to a strategic performance unit. However, industries still struggle to get the information to drive performance and improvements. Learn how Oracle Oracle Fusion Procurement powers commodity managers to perform smart sourcing with embedded analytics, improved interactivity and role based dashboards using pervasive web metaphors. This session also explain how personalized dash boards help professionals to identify the hot spots that require attention and prioritize actions
Follow a technical walk through of a successful upgrade from and 11gR1 (on AIX 5L) to 12.1.3 and 11gR2 (on Linux x86-64). Topics include options for platform migration, strategies for managing and streamlining the upgrade process, reducing downtime required for the upgrade, number of iterations, and a discussion of issues that arose during the upgrade.
Grab a front row seat for a look at Release 12 Financials Best Practices. Find out how to utilize the new multi-org access control (MOAC ) functionality to improve shared service processing. Also discover how your organization can best leverage new R12 Subledger and General Ledger features and functionalities to optimize your business processes.
Enterprise mobility is a vital initiative for today's Oracle customers. With the complexities associated with supporting multiple devices, back-end systems and business processes, many companies are considering the merits of a Mobile Application Development Platform. Selecting the proper vendor can be overwhelming, but there are criteria every enterprise should evaluate when making this critical decision. Attend this session to learn the best practices of mobilizing Oracle applications. From back-end integration
From day-to-day accounting operations to configuring user-defined accounting rules, the new Release 12 Subledger Accounting Engine has something for everyone. Join us as we discuss the impact the Release 12 Subledger Accounting Engine will have on the daily processing of accounting entries. See how you can best leverage the powerful accounting engine and associated forms and reports to streamline your accounting, improve your reconciliation and support your specialized accounting requirements.
In-house Oracle Apex app to track and migrate CODE & OBJECTS across the 10 environments in Kirby. 1000+ changes and 300+ hours of DBA time savings. Secure and Zero error migration and no requirement of apps passwords. Apex Dashboard, Monthly Change Reports to auditors and management. Saved 100+ hours in identifying CEMLI and 500+ hours in migrating CEMLI in the Release 12 upgrade cycles. Scheduling and notify Code/Object migrations at off-hours
When can I use "hot patch"? Should I merge my patches? How many instances should we have? How many iterations are typical for an upgrade? Which patches should I apply? How can I give the developers the access they need without compromising security? What checks should I be performing on a regular basis?
This session will discuss the new R12 feature of Event Accounting in detail. The introduction of Event Accounting is changing the accounting process in Oracle Assets and some of the tricks and tips from the past are no longer valid in R12. Learn and understand the impact of this change to Oracle Asset users. This session will mention some other changes in R12 that work hand in hand with Event Accounting to paint a complete picture of the new accounting process and possibilities.
Learn about the new features, functionality and utilities available to Applications DBAs with R12. We will compare the R11i and R12 architectures and then describe tools including Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM), Oracle Applications Manager (OAM), the E-Business Suite Release 12 Plug-in (formerly Applications Management (AMP) and Change Management Packs (ACP)), Rapid Install Wizard, Rapid Clone, AutoConfig, Patch Wizard, OPatch and napply CPU, Oracle EBS Diagnostics, and the Oracle Integration Repository (iRep).
E-Business11i/12 Performance Monitoring is easy, fast, and accurate. E-Business Suite Release 12 Oracle Application Manager (OAM) powers-up the SYSADMIN and the DBA with great insight and visibility into the Database Performance and Application activities: Database Sessions User Connections Concurrent-Managers Concurrent-Requests RunAway Concurrent Requests LongRunning Tasks Database Contention and Locked-Objects RAC and NonRAC Single-Node/Multi-Node Connections And RAC Diagnostics and Tools.
See the New eBusiness 12.1 ADClone New Features: AFAPPSPWD (New FNDCPASS) AFCPCLEAN (New FND_CONC_CLONE.SETUP_CLEAN) -- Node-Clean-up Scripts Fast and Easy: E-Business ADClone Personalization Templates Database Initialization Parameter Templates HTTP Configuration Template Personalizations OPMN Configuration Template Personalizations etc. RAC-Cloning and Non-RAC-Cloning High Speed Cloning Templates for quick do-it-yourself cloning.
Learn how Oracle Support is adapting to help customers Prevent and Resolve issues and Upgrade their Oracle products. We will walk through the 3 focus areas and highlight the key tools and resources. Best of all, there are no additional costs associated with these tools and resources.
In 2011 NCH Corp made the decision to upgrade our 11.5.10 instance that services 26 countries in Europe to 12.1.3. We are running OPM, CRP and FIN modules. With operations in so many Europe countries we had to deal EBTax, EMEA localizations, OPM to ODM changes and much more. We took a unique approach to the upgrade by using consultants on a short term basis to train our in-house staff then did our own upgrade. We learned a lot of the dos and don'ts of an R12 upgrade in a multi-national environment.
This session explores how one company has done its R12 (Technical & Functional) upgrade in a most efficient and effective way without cost burden with just 2 internal resources in less than 4 month with max benefits out of it. Our foot print is Finance, supply chain, manufacturing modules, Agile and with heavy customization. Here is link for Oracle press release on our upgrade.
This session will illustrate Oracle's supply-to-order solution for standard and configured products in a multi-company scenario. E-Business Suite Release 12 R12.1 has features for creating internal requisitions from customer orders, integrating Advanced Pricing with Purchasing for purchase order pricing, obtaining full supply visibility via material workbench, and collaborating in real-time via iSupplier Portal, to name a few. You will see screenshots of all relevant R12.1 features, and hear practical tips for implementation.
This presentation will describe lessons learned from repeated upgrades with several different clients. The most important lesson? Anything you can do in advance to "pre-fix" your data will save you hours of time during your First Pass Upgrade to Release 12.1.
If you don't already have Compensation Workbench, then it's probably the best HR module you never implemented. If implemented well it can be that one module in EBS that your employees (and compensation department) love the most. The presentation will go over all the major features, gotchas, implementation suggestions and tips from years of implementing this module.
With recent focus on implementing and upgrading to Oracle EBS R12, many companies are failing to realize the full potential from R12 apps due to lack of emphasis on data quality. Some implementations had to go through extended periods of post go-live stabilization efforts. This session focuses on building a business case for the need to focus on master data quality in R12 implementations and a Master Data Management (MDM) solution. This is a must go session for all users working with or planning to go to R12.
The term -Bullwhip Effect- describes the pattern of increasing inventory swings in response to unanticipated changes in demand. Your Material Requirements Plan is valuable, but if the forecast is not visible to your supply base, the planning engine is not being used to its potential. Oracle iSupplier allows you to extend your forecast so that suppliers can view expected demand and plan output accordingly. This helps minimize shortages and delays, mitigating the pitfalls of the Bullwhip Effect.
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