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  • "Are You There?".. India Tops Logistics List of Emerging Nations

    - by [email protected]
    It's just amazing how far, wide and deep modern supply chains are extending. AMR reported on 15 Apr (M.Burkett, A.Reese) in a SCM webcast that 'Penetrating Emerging Markets" was the top priotiy for organizations based on a recent survey. I took this as both adding new consumers to their prospect-list as well as leveraging 'lower cost labor arbitrage". (Read '3 Billion Capitalists") Supply Chain Quarterly reports that India and Brazil received the highest ranking of the logistics markets in developing nations India tops the list of emerging nations that scores the attractiveness of logistics markets to foreign investors. Developed by the UK-based research firm Transport Intelligence, the new  Emerging Market Logistics Index rated 38 developing countries on 3 factors. 1. "Market size and growth attractiveness," considered a country's economic output, projected growth rate, and population size.  2. "Market compatibility," which examined how well-matched a nation was with the services offered by global logistics providers. This includes a country's security levels, market accessibility, foreign direct investment, distribution of wealth and population, and development of its service sector. 3. "Connectedness," which rated the efficiency of customs and border controls, liner shipping connections, and transportation infrastructure. India claimed the top spot due to its market size and growth prospects. Brazil is second because of its economic performance, good levels of market accessibility, and improving domestic and international transport connections. Are you there? For more information see www.transportintelligence.com/articles_papers. The top 10 emerging countries India Brazil Indonesia Mexico Russia Turkey United Arab Emirates Egypt Saudi Arabia Malaysia Source: Transport Intelligence, The Emerging Markets Logistics Index, March 2010

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  • Oracle R12 Inventory Management New Features Wrap-Up

    - by [email protected]
    Webcast: Oracle R12 Inventory Management New FeaturesHeld March 31st, 2010 Oracle Inventory management is an integrated part of Oracle SCM (Supply Chain Management). In this session you will see a comprehensive look of changed feature in Oracle R12 Inventory Management. This session will highlight about the new features added and also explore there functionalities. This webinar recording will introduce you to the built-in features of Oracle R12 Inventory Management such as: OPM Inventory Convergence Multi-mode Inventory Management Material Traceability Fulfillment Optimization Extended Best Practices View Oracle R12 Inventory Management New Features Webinar Online, Click Here: http://www.iwarelogic.com/oracle-r12-inventory-management-new-features.htm

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  • AMR's 2010 Supply Chain Top 25 Report: Early Predictions

    - by [email protected]
    On April 6th, AMR's Debra Hoffman and Kevin O'Marah presented their annual 'Top 25 Supply Chain' predictions.  For supply chain professionals, it was a 'must-hear' event especially with the new focus on both operational excellence as well as innovation excellence.  Most people think of R&D as the primary driver for innovation, but in today's 'new-normal' firms need to constantly review, evaluate and update their workflow procedures and business processes to maintian a sharp-blade on the leading edge.  Having the right tools in place to be able to monitor supply chain effectiveness becomes paramount to firms as they compete in the global marketplace. Organizations need  user-friendly and role based dashboards with early alerts to contextualize activities and post the best-options for managers to make better and more informed decisions. 2009 Winners were 1.Apple 2.Dell 3.P&G 4.IBM 5.Cisco 6.Nokia 7. Walmart 8.Samsung 9.PepsiCo 10.Toyota 11.Schulmberger 12. J&J 13.Coke 14. Nike 15.Tesco 16.Disney 17.HP 18.TI 19.LockheedMartin 20.Colgate 21.BestBuy 22.Unilever 23.Publix 24.SonyEricsson 25.Intel    

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  • ArvinMeritor Sees Business Improvement: Uses Oracle Demand Management, Supply Chain Planning and Tra

    - by [email protected]
    As manufacturers begin repositioning for the economic recovery, they are reevaluating their supply chain networks, extending lean into their supply chains and making logistics visibility a priority. ArvinMeritor leveraged Oracle's Demantra, ASCP and Transportation Management applications to: Optimize operations execution by building consensus-driven demand, sales and operations plans Slash transportation costs by rationalizing shippers, optimizing routes and improving delivery performance Demantra for demand management, forecasting, sales and operations planning and global trade management Advanced Supply Chain Planning for material and capacity planning across global distribution and manufacturing facilities based on consensus forecasts, sales orders, production status, purchase orders, and inventory policy recommendations Transportation Management for transportation planning, execution, freight payment, and business process automation on a single application across all modes of transportation, from full truckload to complex multileg air, ocean, and rail shipments Oracle hosted an 'open-house/showcase" on March 30th, 2010 atArvinMeritor Global Headquarters 2135 West Maple RoadTroy, MI 48084 

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  • Oracle Lean Supply Chain Newsletter

    - by [email protected]
    Ready to ride the cutting edge? Leader or Laggard? There's plenty of new material and exciting articles on Oracle Supply Chain products in the quarterly newsletter, the February '10 issue contained some interesting articles on: - Supply Chains in the new 'Abnornal" - Manufacturers go Paperless to Boost Lean - Five Good Reasons to go to Release 12.1 - Software and Hardware complete with the Sun acquisition See details at: http://www.oracle.com/newsletters/samples/supply-chain-management.html Stay tuned for the May'10 issue and some great articles worth reviewing

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  • Did You Miss It? Replay of the Value Chain Transformation now available.

    - by Stephen Slade
    This very informative webcast on transformation of the value chain is now available for replay. Hear from leading authorities in business,  journalism  and academia on how traditional supply chains have been converted into high performance value chains. Jeff Moad of  Managing Executive chairs this panel of experts including Steve Tungate, VP at Toshiba Business on how they overcome tremendous challenges in a global competitive market in the print industry. Dr. Larry Lapide of MIT discusses Strategic Demand Management from a consulting perspective and Maha Muzumdar, VP of Supply Chain Apps Marketing at Oracle presents the roadmap and tactical approaches that leading firms take. A case study on Sun’s Supply Chain Transformation is highlighted.  For those considering leveraging their supply chain and using it as a strategic tool, this 50 minute webcast will be very informative. link for the webcast:  https://thomaswebinar.webex.com/thomaswebinar/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=5299632&rKey=10b6e6d17448c78d

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  • In Google webmaster tools, can a "soft 404" be triggered by the text on the page?

    - by Stephen Ostermiller
    I just ran across an error in Google Webmaster Tools that I have never seen before. I manage the website for my local community band (I play trombone). One of the pages on the site is a list of our upcoming performances. It is powered by a WordPress events plugin that uses a database of upcoming events that are entered through the administration interface. We just finished up our summer and fall concerts and our next performance will be our Christmas concert. I hadn't gotten around to adding that into the website yet, so there are no upcoming events shown on the page. In fact the text on the page says: No upcoming events listed under Performance. Check out past events for this category or view the full calendar. Then in Google Webmaster Tools, this page is showing up as a "soft 404": The page is returning a 200 status and Google is indicating that he 404 is "soft". I wouldn't have expected Googlebot to be as sophisticated to parse that particular sentence. Is Googlebot able to detect that the text on the page indicates that there is currently not content and then treat it as a 404 page because of that? If Google is treating this page as a soft 404 because of the text on the page, does that mean that like regular 404 pages, the page won't show up in search results?

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  • WPF or WinForms for Game Development and learning resources?

    - by Stephen Lee Parker
    I'm looking to create a game framework for my own personal use... I want to use WPF, but I'm unsure if that is a wise choice... The games I will be writing should not require high performance graphics, so I am hoping to build on native classes... I do not want to rely on external DLL's unless I generate them myself. The games will be for young children, say 4 to 8. Most will be learning puzzles or simple shooters. The most advanced will be a platform game (non-scrolling screen like the old Atari Miner 2049er game). I think I know how to write something like the old Atari Chopper Command (partially written and my 4 year old loves it, but I used WinForms and GDI), Pac-Man, Tetris, Astroids, Space Invaders, Slider Puzzle, but I do not really know how to write the platform game... In my mind, I'm getting caught in collision detection and how to make a character jump and how to make a character walk up a slope or steps... Can anyone point me to information on developing a platform game in C#? Would you suggest WinForms or WPF for game development? I'm not looking for great graphics and speed, just entertaining game play...

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  • Oracle 5th Annual Maintenance Summit - Orlando March 22-23, 2011

    - by stephen.slade(at)oracle.com
    It's not too late to register today or tomorrow for this exclusive 'Maintenance Professionals Only" event.  In 4 tracks, 27 customer and partner speakers will present case studies and success stories in these 'no-sell zone' sessions. The take-aways will be worth attending!This "2 in 1" event combines a Customer Showcase featuring Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) and Maintenance Summit.  OUC - the local municipal utility providing residential, commercial, and industrial customers with clean, reliable, and affordable electric and water services - will open the event with their CIO as keynote speaker, and host tours of their fleet, facility, and power generation operations. Recognized as a green leader, OUC has been the most reliable power provider in Florida the past 9 years due, in large part, to the operational efficiencies of its plant and asset maintenance systems. This Summit will feature breakout session tracks for EBS, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft and Sustainability. Highlights include over 12 Oracle solution demo stations, over 25 interactive breakout sessions, pool-side networking reception with live band, partner exhibit pavilion and special appearance by Sean D. Tucker, Team Oracle Stunt-Pilot!  Dates:                   March 22-23, 2011 Location:             Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, Florida Evite:                     http://www.oracle.com/us/dm/h2fy11/65971-nafm10019768mpp191c003-oem-304204.html Highlights:          Keynotes, Oracle Expert Demo Stations, Interactive Breakout Sessions, Networking Reception, Partner Pavilion, Speakers Tracks:                 EBS, JDE, PSFT, Sustainability Tours:                  Orlando Utility Operations, Fleet and Facility Oracle Demo Stations:  Agile, AutoVue, Primavera, MOC/SSDM, Utilities, PIM, PDQ, UCM, On Demand, Business Accelerators, Facilities Work Management, EBS Enterprise Asset Management, PeopleSoft Maintenance Management, Technology, Hardware/Sun. Partner-Sponsors:   Viziya, Global PTM, MiPro, Asset Management Solutions, Venutureforth, Impac Services, EAM Master, LLC, Meridium

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  • 2D Tile Map files for Platformer, JSON or DB?

    - by Stephen Tierney
    I'm developing a 2D platformer with some uni friends. We've based it upon the XNA Platformer Starter Kit which uses .txt files to store the tile map. While this is simple it does not give us enough control and flexibility with level design. Some examples: for multiple layers of content multiple files are required, each object is fixed onto the grid, doesn't allow for rotation of objects, limited number of characters etc. So I'm doing some research into how to store the level data and map file. Reasoning for DB: From my perspective I see less redundancy of data using a database to store the tile data. Tiles in the same x,y position with the same characteristics can be reused from level to level. It seems like it would simple enough to write a method to retrieve all the tiles that are used in a particular level from the database. Reasoning for JSON: Visually editable files, changes can be tracked via SVN a lot easier. But there is repeated content. Do either have any drawbacks (load times, access times, memory etc) compared to the other? And what is commonly used in the industry? Currently the file looks like this: .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .................... .........GGG........ .........###........ .................... ....GGG.......GGG... ....###.......###... .................... .1................X. #################### 1 - Player start point, X - Level Exit, . - Empty space, # - Platform, G - Gem

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  • OpenGL 2D Depth Perception

    - by Stephen James
    This is the first time i have ever commented on a forum about programming, so sorry if I'm not specific enough. Here's my problem: I have a 2D RPG game written in Java using LWJGL. All works fine, but at the moment I'm having trouble deciding what the best way to do depth perception is. So , for example, if the player goes in front of the tree/enemy (lower than the objects y-coordinate) then show the player in front), if the player goes behind the tree/enemy (higher than the objects specific y-coordinate), then show the player behind the object. I have tried writing a block of code to deal with this, and it works quite well for the trees, but not for the enemies yet. Is there a simpler way of doing this in LWJGL that I'm missing? Thanks :)

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  • OpenGL 2D Depth Perception

    - by Stephen James
    I have a 2D RPG game written in Java using LWJGL. All works fine, but at the moment I'm having trouble deciding what the best way to do depth perception is. So , for example, if the player goes in front of the tree/enemy (lower than the objects y-coordinate) then show the player in front), if the player goes behind the tree/enemy (higher than the objects specific y-coordinate), then show the player behind the object. I have tried writing a block of code to deal with this, and it works quite well for the trees, but not for the enemies yet. Is there a simpler way of doing this in LWJGL that I'm missing?

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  • Toyota's Supply Chain "ran too hot"

    - by [email protected]
    The Feb 28th '10 edition of the Economist had a very informative artical (pg.74) on Toyota's over-stretched supply chain pointing out that they were ' the author of most of its own misfortunes".  James Womack is quoted in the piece on Toyota's rapid expansion 'meant working with a lot of unfamiliar suppliers who didn't have a deep understandin of Toyota's culture.  The majority of the problems almost certainly originated not in the Toyota factories but in those of the supppliers'. One purchasing executive said that it started in mid-2008, when the weaker parts of the supply chain were put under great strain. There is a need for visibility but not always there. Firms need transparancy and speed of communications to make sure defective parts and errors dont reach the customer. It concludes with guidance to manufacturers: "It may be safer not to have all your eggs in one basket, but to have maybe 3 suppliers for major components who can benchmark each other' - Toyota was the peerless exemplar, now seen as an awful warning

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  • Character Stats and Power

    - by Stephen Furlani
    I'm making an RPG game system and I'm having a hard time deciding on doing detailed or abstract character statistics. These statistics define the character's natural - not learned - abilities. For example: Mass Effect: 0 (None that I can see) X20 (Xtreme Dungeon Mastery): 1 "STAT" Diablo: 4 "Strength, Magic, Dexterity, Vitality" Pendragon: 5 "SIZ, STR, DEX, CON, APP" Dungeons & Dragons (3.x, 4e): 6 "Str, Dex, Con, Wis, Int, Cha" Fallout 3: 7 "S.P.E.C.I.A.L." RIFTS: 8 "IQ, ME, MA, PS, PP, PE, PB, Spd" Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay (1st ed?): 12-ish "WS, BS, S, T, Ag, Int, WP, Fel, A, Mag, IP, FP" HERO (5th ed): 14 "Str, Dex, Con, Body, Int, Ego, Pre, Com, PD, ED, Spd, Rec, END, STUN" The more stats, the more complex and detailed your character becomes. This comes with a trade-off however, because you usually only have limited resources to describe your character. D&D made this infamous with the whole min/max-ing thing where strong characters were typically not also smart. But also, a character with a high Str typically also has high Con, Defenses, Hit Points/Health. Without high numbers in all those other stats, they might as well not be strong since they wouldn't hold up well in hand-to-hand combat. So things like that force trade-offs within the category of strength. So my original (now rejected) idea was to force players into deciding between offensive and defensive stats: Might / Body Dexterity / Speed Wit / Wisdom Heart Soul But this left some stat's without "opposites" (or opposites that were easily defined). I'm leaning more towards the following: Body (Physical Prowess) Mind (Mental Prowess) Heart (Social Prowess) Soul (Spiritual Prowess) This will define a character with just 4 numbers. Everything else gets based off of these numbers, which means they're pretty important. There won't, however, be ways of describing characters who are fast, but not strong or smart, but absent minded. Instead of defining the character with these numbers, they'll be detailing their character by buying skills and powers like these: Quickness Add a +2 Bonus to Body Rolls when Dodging. for a character that wants to be faster, or the following for a big, tough character Body Building Add a +2 Bonus to Body Rolls when Lifting, Pushing, or Throwing objects. [EDIT - removed subjectiveness] So my actual questions is what are some pitfalls with a small stat list and a large amount of descriptive powers? Is this more difficult to port cross-platform (pen&paper, PC) for example? Are there examples of this being done well/poorly? Thanks,

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  • Oracle E-Business Supply Chain Suite Release 12.1.2: Latest & Greatest!

    - by [email protected]
    This week we hosted one of several planned orientation and training sessions for the ASR/ASM sales community.  The purpose of the session was to orient our contact center and marketing associates with the 'hotpoints' of the latest release and to provide a few 'snippets' for the scheduled 'call-down' to the installed base.  Oracle EBS Release 12.1.2 contains some of the most powerful supply chain applications technology available to the industrial, commercial and public sector communities.  They should all be taking advantage of this great capability to drive margins, control costs and achieve compliance.   In today's changing business landscape, organizations need competitive advantage and we see that R12 provides this capability according to our customers leveraging the upgrade.

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  • How can I generate a 2d navigation mesh in a dynamic environment at runtime?

    - by Stephen
    So I've grasped how to use A* for path-finding, and I am able to use it on a grid. However, my game world is huge and I have many enemies moving toward the player, which is a moving target, so a grid system is too slow for path-finding. I need to simplify my node graph by using a navigational mesh. I grasp the concept of "how" a mesh works (finding a path through nodes on the vertices and/or the centers of the edges of polygons). My game uses dynamic obstacles that are procedurally generated at run-time. I can't quite wrap my head around how to take a plane that has multiple obstacles in it and programatically divide the walkable area up into polygons for the navigation mesh, like the following image. Where do I start? How do I know when a segment of walk-able area is already defined, or worse, when I realize I need to subdivide a previously defined walk-able area as the algorithm "walks" through the map? I'm using javascript in nodejs, if it matters.

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  • Creating a Successful Cloud Roadmap

    - by stephen.g.bennett
    No matter what type of cloud services or deployment models you are considering as part of your overall IT strategy, you must have a cloud services adoption roadmap to guide your journey. A cloud services adoption roadmap provides guidance that enables multiple projects to progress in parallel yet remain coordinated and ultimately result in a common end goal. The cloud services adoption roadmap consists of program-level efforts and a portfolio of cloud services. The program-level effort creates strategic assets such as the cloud architecture, cloud infrastructure, cloud governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) processes, and security policies that are leveraged across all the individual projects. A feature article on this topic can be found in the latest SOA and Cloud Magazine.

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  • Oracle eAM Webcast Series Announced (May-Dec 2010)

    - by [email protected]
    A series of free webinars with ReliabilityWeb will present key product capabilitiesof Oracle eAM and how they support maintenance and reliability best practices. Through this web-seminar series,companies can understand how to achieve better ROI. ReliabilityWeb will be using this as a key component of their initiative tobuild a stronger Oracle community.  For Oracle this program demonstrates leadership and commitment to the Maintenance SystemsMarketplace. Topics: (note all times are EAST)1. How can Oracle eAM enhance and support your reliability program? (May 13,2010) (1-2PM - all times East)) 2. Upgrading to Oracle eAM R12  - What's the value, when's the right time,what's involved and how do you get there? (June 17, 2010) (1-2PM) 3. Improving maintenance and reliability by aligning people, processes andsystems. (July 15, 2010) (1-2PM) 4. Using Oracle eAM to drive your Condition Based Maintenance program. (July29, 2010) (1-2PM) 5. Why and how do you get the power of Oracle eAM out to the people that arereally doing maintenance the technicians. (August 12, 2010) (1-2PM) 6. Standardizing and streamlining your maintenance work with Oracle eAM.(September 16, 2010 (1-2PM) 7. Standardizing maintenance and reliability data - How do you get there?(October 21, 2010 (1-2PM) 8. Using Oracle eAM to establish a Failure Reporting and Corrective ActionSystems (FRACAS). (November 18, 2010) (1-2PM)9. Maintenance Work Scheduling in Oracle eAM - Capabilities and Limitations(December 16, 2010) (1-2PM)to Register:   <http://img.gotomeeting.com/g2mimages/1x1.gif> <http://www1.gotomeeting.com/g2w/images/298420256/73664767535782300/embed.jpg>For additional information contact Jay West, EAM Master,+1.205.515.4326            

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  • How can I transition from being a "9-5er" to being self-employed?

    - by Stephen Furlani
    Hey, I posted this question last fall about moonlighting, and I feel like I've got a strong case to make to start transitioning from being a Full-Time Employee to being self-employed. So much so, that I find it hard to concentrate at work on the things I'm supposed to be doing. However, self-employment comes with things like no health benefits or guaranteed income... so I don't feel like I can just quit. (At least not in this economy with a house and family). I'm already working 40hrs/wk on my main job, going to school to get my MS, and trying to freelance on weekends and evenings, but I want to give it more time. If I can't take LWOP or just work less than 40hrs/wk I feel like I have to give up self-employment because I just can't give my day job all my best. Would it be reasonable to ask my employer if they can cut my hours (and pay)? Is there something else I can/should do? Has anyone done this transition and had it turn out well? or bad? I am in the USA and I understand answers are not legal advice. Thanks!

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  • Oracle SCM at APICS Denver Oct 14-16

    - by Stephen Slade
    Join us in Denver, October 14–16, 2012, for the 2012 APICS International Conference & Expo. One of the world's largest gatherings of supply chain and operations management professionals, APICS provides an annual interactive learning environment for operations and supply chain professionals to lead and apply best practices. For those of you considering attending APICS  next month, be sure to keep Oracle Supply Chain applications on your radar. Oracle will again have a prominent position at the annual global conference. Our product booth with have supply chain demonstrations for manufacturing, value chain planning, value chain execution and Agile product lifecycle management offerings. Stop by our booth to register for one of numerous prizes and awards and chat with one of our supply chain product experts. Oracle customers will be presenting at various sessions throughout the event.  One of the great stories to be shared is the SUN supply chain transformation. For those interested in moving costs down to the bottom line, this is the session you should attend. http://www.apics.org/sites/conference/2012/home

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  • Oracle Number One in Supply Chain Planning

    - by Stephen Slade
    Something nice to write home about!  Saw this accomplishment and worth promoting, with special Congrats to the VCP team. Read on: Summary: Oracle is the #1 player in  Supply Chain Planning  according to research firm ARC Advisory Group Details: The report (Source: ARC Advisory Group, “Supply Chain Planning Worldwide Outlook, Market Analysis and Forecast through 2016,” Clint Reiser, Steve Banker), gives Oracle 21.1% of revenue share, compared to SAP, who was second at 18.6%. JDA Software, Aspen, Logility, and Infor were the next players in the market. The total market was valued at $1.506B. ARC counts Software (new license and upgrades), Implementation Services, Maintenance and Support, and SaaS, in its definition. ARC defines supply chain planning to include four key application areas: Extended SCP, Manufacturing Planning, Inventory/Distribution Planning, and Demand Management. Extended SCP consists of Network Design, Capable to Promise, SCP Composites, and Extended Supply Chain BI software. In the report, ARC further gives Oracle the number one spot in both Software Revenues and Services Revenues subsegments, as well as in many vertical areas such as Government, Electronics and Electrical, Medical Products, Pharmaceutical, and Wholesale/Distribution. ARC also issued a forecast, that predicts SCP revenue to grow from $1.506B in 2011 to $2.172B in 2016, with a CAGR of 7.6%. The report has several positive quotes about Oracle, including calling Oracle a “visionary,” and states that “Oracle has leveraged a broad set of home-grown and acquired offerings to create a comprehensive, integrated, yet modular suite with applicability to a wide range of industries,” Blog Link: http://blog.us.oracle.com/marketdata/?97119896  (shawn [email protected] com)

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  • What's Your Supply Chain+Manufacturing Strategy for Success

    - by [email protected]
    Forward thinking enterprises look to eliminate their dependence on legacy applications that manage information in batch - replacing them with real-time integrated/modern information managment. With rapid manufacturing and global supply chains much more complex today, with the pace of chance ever increasing, leading organizations need better ways to orchestrate their supply chain synchronization with their partner and customer base. EM magazine Mar/Apr'10 edition, covers this topic in an article "Strategising for Success" pgs 26-27, and discusses the available options to organizations as they drive improvements in the levels of collaboration with their partners, suppliers, shippers, distributors and ultimately their end-users, the customer! I'll past the link to the article here as soon as i validate/confirm it.

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  • Sharing my home folders with other users on the same PC

    - by Stephen Myall
    After reviewing similar questions on the same subject Im still none the wiser. I want to share my music, pictures and video folders with other users on my pc. I am using 11.10 and will be upgrading to 12.04. The method I have tried is to right click on the folder (as Administrator), select "Sharing Options" check all the necessary fields and give the share a name like "music-shared". Another dialog pops up then and I select "Set nautilus Permissions". When the other user logs on they go to their Home folder click on the network and can see the "music-shared" folder, but they get a message that the do not have the necessary permissions to view the content. Im sure I'm missing something simple. My Home folder is encrypted and i am willing to unencrypt to make this work Unlike other questions on this site, I dont have a partition etc. i would be grateful for any help.

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  • Only One Month to OpenWorld-San Francisco!

    - by Stephen Slade
    From around the world, the city is expecting 50,000+ guests to flock to this annual extravaganza.  Over 2,000 sessions will focus on Oracle’s latest product offerings, customer case studies, panels of experts and a variety of other hardware, technology, middleware and applications. For those interested  in the latest capabilities delivered by Oracle’s supply chain applications, the ‘Focus-On’ documents are now avaiable to help guide you in your schedule builder. Schedule builder allows the capability to create a personalized agenda for the sessions you wish to attend, such as: Monday October 1, 2012 TIME TITLE LOCATION  3:15 pm –4:15 pm General Session: Supply Chain Management—Strategy, Update, and Roadmap Richard Jewell, Senior Vice President, Applications Development, Oracle Moscone West Level 2 Room 3014 Tuesday October 2, 2012 TIME TITLE LOCATION  10:15 am –11:15 am Oracle Fusion Supply Chain Management: Overview, Strategy, Customer Experiences, and Roadmap Jon Chorley, CSO & VP, Product Strategy, Oracle Moscone West  Level 2 Room 2006 There is an exciting lineup of about 100 supply chain sessions at OpenWorld. Contact your sales rep or Oracle Partner to obtain a copy of the most current Focus-On document, segmented by pillars such as Manufacturing, Maintenance/EAM, Value Chain Planning, Value Chain Execution, Procurement and Agile/Product Lifecycle Management.  They will provide you with a better informed view to schedule your time in San Francisco.

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  • Manufacturing Leadership 2011 Awards Event, Oracle Winners!

    - by stephen.slade(at)oracle.com
    Ready to Revolutionize Manufacturing?During the annual Manufacturing Leadership 2011 awards event, over 20 Oracle customers will be receiving leadership awards in various categories for mastery in applications, technology and/or innovation. Held at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach May 6-9, Oracle will sponsor exhibits and speaking engagements as well as hosting customers and prospects at the event.If you are in manufacturing and want to achieve the upper quartile of performance, up with the best-in-class performers, this is the event you should consider attending. Four time Superbowl champion quarterback Terry Bradshaw will be the Keynote speaker.Event Link: http://blog.managingautomation.com/summit/

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