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Category: Procurement Cloud

E-Business Suite to Cloud: Contract Management & Compliance in Procurement Cloud

In this 1-hour webcast, the 2nd in the Procurement Cloud series for E-Business Suite clients, CSS’ Sr. Solutions Architect and author of the Oracle Procurement Cloud e-book, summarizes the critical importance of optimized contract management using Procurement Cloud. The webcast provides an overview of benefits expected, what we’re seeing in the industry for an integration […]

JD Edwards to Cloud: Contract Management & Compliance in Procurement Cloud

CSS launched he second in the series for JD Edwards: Procurement Cloud and the important functionality it delivers to organizations for Contract Management & Compliance. If you missed the live webcast, watch it on-demand by clicking below. CSS’ Sr. Solutions Architect and author of the Oracle Procurement Cloud e-book, Angela Wilson, along with Oracle Solutions […]

E-Business Suite to Cloud: Supplier Management & Sourcing In Procurement Cloud

Recently, CSS and Oracle collaborated on a comprehensive e-book covering topics important to Procurement officers, including Supplier Management, Sourcing, Compliance and Contract Management. In a live webcast for E-Business Suite clients, we touched on two of the those topics – Supplier Management and Sourcing – and why they’re so critically important. Listen to the on-demand […]

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CSS Explains Value of Procurement Cloud (video)

CSS has implemented Oracle’s Procurement Cloud solution for many organizations, in a hybrid environment alongside both JD Edwards and Oracle E-Business Suite. Both ERP core products integrate nicely with Procurement Cloud to drive results for our client. Take a look at the video as CSS’ Angela Wilson explains the value it can bring to a […]

Overcoming Barriers to Cloud Computing Adoption

Benefits of Cloud computing are significant, providing companies around the globe with the ability to streamline scalable IT environments in a way that boosts efficiency while reducing costs and facilitating innovation. Despite all its benefits, though, too many companies are not yet taking advantage of all that Cloud computing has to offer, so this post […]

CSS Procurement Blog Series on Supplier Contract Management – Why It’s So Utterly Important

Visit the blog site for finance and supply chain management to read this blog, and the full series of 8 entries on Procurement, by Angela Wilson, Sr. Solution Architect at CSS. Get the information on how to implement and leverage Procurement Cloud in a hybrid environment.

On-Demand Webcast: Start Your Cloud Journey with Procurement Cloud – Elkay Mfg.

CSS, Oracle and client Elkay Manufacturing hosted a 1-hour live webcast about strategies for starting a Cloud journey with Oracle’s Procurement Cloud solution. Hear how Elkay worked with business leaders and developed a long-term plan and business case to adopt a Cloud-first approach to their technology. CIO Patti Schmeda, and others from her team, weigh […]

Benefits of Integrated Solutions: Sourcing, P2P, Supplier Management

This post is focused on the decision of selecting a niche vendor solution versus an ERP module that is seamlessly integrated. The question is often asked: Niche solution or the module from the ERP provider? There are many answers from various perspectives including: Niche vendor or perceived “best of breed” ERP/financials provider CIO CFO Procurement/sourcing […]

3 Questions to Ask About Procurement in the Cloud

There are very different business requirements between how large enterprises and small-to medium businesses (SMBs) source goods and services. Yet the goals are the same: provide a consistent experience for end users who manage procurement, focus on supplier management, drive product quality and lower costs. With procurement now a strategic part of indirect and direct […]

Oracle Procurement Cloud & JD Edwards: In-Depth Look at Skanska USA – Webcast Replay

Skanska USA faced multiple problems, largely because of scalability issues. It had made 20 different acquisitions, challenging in and of itself, with each of its five regions in the United States following different procedures without any standardized best practices. Because of this unfettered growth, it was unable to track relevant information effectively enough, leading to […]