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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
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
Most organisations spend significant amounts of time and energy moving and tracking pieces of paper. In an era when PDF invoices are routine and cheque payments a rarity, it still amazes me that anyone wants to deal with a paper … Continue reading
Organising for someone to come and carry out a service at your home can easily become a nightmare. I think most people dread the thought of hanging around the house waiting for a plumber to fix a leak. Of course … Continue reading
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