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Vijay Kumar PedamalluAuthor

July 16, 2020 - Enabling MSS Actions on Oracle Cloud HCM

Vijay Kumar Pedamallu

As the Global Work Philosophy transforms towards Working from Anywhere / Working from Home, questions often arise on how to handle paperwork for an enterprise level transaction. This is common in the HR space with any employee / manager initiated transaction and often may need to go through a series of approvals. It is always a dream for any HR Personnel to see this activity happening seamlessly and on-time with the least amount manual intervention possible. Similar is the case we had with one customer where the biggest concern was the bundles of paperwork to handle for any Transfers / Promotions / Miscellaneous Employee Transactions. Addressing these concerns, especially as the world suffers the pandemic pain with social distancing becomes a much-needed exercise.

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Vinodh GudivadaAuthor

July 14, 2020 - Cloud Transformation Journey – Is Your Organization Data Driven Yet? If Not, Hakuna Matata

Vinodh Gudivada

Congratulations on your Cloud transformation journey by adopting a platform for all your business transactions using Oracle Fusion Applications (Cloud ERP/SCM/HCM). As your users learn the nuances and behavior of the applications by entering data, verifying the data with many of the seeded and business focused custom reports, their trust on the system gradually grows. Their productivity too would show an improving trend as the manual errors come down with a systematic way of capturing your transactions and reconciling the data to close the books without too much of huffing and puffing.

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Willard WaymanAuthor

June 24, 2020 - COVID – 19 and the Oracle SCM Cloud

Willard Wayman

Life would pall if it were all sugar; salt is bitter if taken by itself; but when tasted as part of the dish, it savours the meat. Difficulties are the salt of life. Robert Baden-Powell: Author: Scouting for Boys

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Willard WaymanAuthor

June 17, 2020 - Supply Chain Management – Be Proactive and Agile

Willard Wayman

A few weeks back I went into my local warehouse store to get a few items. I headed back to the food section and immediately noticed empty pallets where water for sale normally was found. At the end of the row a forklift had just placed a pallet of water which was being picked clean. I took a case of water and then another, even though I had 2 cases at home. I thought about other “essentials” and headed over to get toilet paper, nothing but empty pallets. I had a case at home so I didn’t worry too much about the warehouse store being out. Other shoppers were being silly and panicking, not me. The next week, as news reports blasted the airwaves with news of vast supply chain disruptions, I lined up with a few hundred people to get more toilet paper. An hour and a half later we entered the same warehouse store. There at the entrance was a sign with a list of several items they were out of, cleaned out by panic. I got my case of toilet tissue that day and added it to another already in storage, just in case.

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Roland OwensAuthor

June 12, 2020 - Help is on the way. Oracle assistance for COVID preparation.

Roland Owens

On March 27th, 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. There is over $2 trillion of economic relief targeted to US citizens and business. There are some specific attributes of this act that are targeted to many businesses that are Oracle customers from a HR, Payroll and Benefits perspective. Below, we will review information from My Oracle Support (MOS), in an attempt to uncover support that Oracle has provided to accommodate the CARES act. The primary beneficiaries from these updates are customers that have Absence Management, Leave and Payroll.

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Darin ChipmanAuthor

June 9, 2020 - Application Support and Filling Gaps with Flexibility

Darin Chipman

College gap year, spark plug gaps, offensive line gaps, financial stock gaps… There are many different types of gaps out there, but there is one that not all consumers of SaaS applications recognize. Gaps in application support. Yes, it is true, there are gaps that exist in supporting SaaS applications and the main gap is between the end-users and the standard support provided by the application vendor.

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