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Fusion Financials Hits the Spot

My Oracle E-Business Suite Consultants have been looking at the new Oracle Fusion Financials. Their general comment seems to be that Oracle has got it right at last! Businesses looking for the power and flexibility of a tier 1 finance … Continue reading

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OpenWorld – Cadillacs, roach motels, and all things Larry

Every OpenWorld I have attended really revolves around two things – new product announcements, and a chance to see the legendary Larry Ellison perform to a huge audience. This year’s closing keynote didn’t disappoint on either count. Out of the … Continue reading

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Tactics to speed up Oracle E-Business Suite deployments

I am happy to admit to a fondness for plain vanilla software implementations. To me, many software projects spend a lot of time re-inventing the wheel – when they could have simply gone to a car dealership. There are clearly … Continue reading

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Speeding up disaster recovery for your business applications

Over the last few months, the recent spate of natural disasters has come up in many businesses discussions. One of Dataweave’s team, and several of our customers were caught up in the major floods in Brisbane, so for many it … Continue reading

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Oracle Fusion – The Confusion Clears

Last week I was a guest of Oracle, attending a briefing for customers on their applications strategy and product roadmap, held in the rather aptly named Sun Room at the Ivy in Sydney. The important news is that after 5 … Continue reading

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Vanilla or Tutti Frutti?

One of the conversations that regularly comes up with clients looking to implement enterprise software is whether to go “vanilla” (out of the box), or customise to fit their existing business processes. Vanilla usually ends up being the choice – … Continue reading

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