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Twin Cities Manufacturing

Save the Date: March 21st

Oracle’s Bloomington Office

8000 Norman Center Drive
Bloomington, MN
9th Floor, Room 9206

Here is the preliminary agenda for our next Twin Cities Manufacturing Oracle Applications Users Group Meeting on Thursday, March 21st, at Oracle’s Bloomington Office Building. The meeting will be held in Room 9206 on 9th Floor.
(The door is badge-controlled, so please wave through the window if you cannot get in!)

Please RSVP by Tuesday March 19th

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM Networking, Refreshments
1:00 PM - 1:05 PM Welcome, Announcements

Bill Pick, Fujitsu America

1:05 PM - 2:00 PM Supply Chain Project Management Connection Points

Wilma Flanagan, NexInfo

With supply chain planning continuing to increase in complexity, being able to manage this complexity is essential to achieve business growth and productivity. Business factors contributing to this complexity include: 

  • Geographical spread of customers and suppliers
  • Risk & security considerations 
  • Changing regulatory and compliance mandates
  • Increased customer expectations for shortened lead times
  • Increased number of players involved

The common thread of all these factors is the number of connection points between suppliers and customers.  This session will explore what is meant by focusing on connection points, how successful companies manage these connection points and the different types of project management methodologies used.

2:00 PM - 2:10 PM Break
2:10 PM - 2:15 PM TCMOAUG Open Forum

Bill Pick, Fujitsu America

  • Company Updates
  • Twin City User Group Collaboration
  • Annual Election
  • Future Agenda Topics
  • Questions/Answers
2:25 PM - 3:10 PM E-Business Suite vs. Cloud: Supply Chain Edition

Bill Pick, Fujitsu America

Supply Chain Cloud applications may be the future direction, but is it right for your organization? How does it compare to current E-Business Suite release in terms of key supply chain functionality and capability? What factors should be considered in your decision? This presentation will compare key functionality, pros and cons, as well as customer/market feedback to help you make the best decision possible.

3:10 PM - 3:20 PM Break
3:20 PM - 4:20 PM Oracle Innovation Management and Project Execution

Darren Conrad, Oracle Corp.

Come learn how Oracle help build an innovation funnel fueled by a steady stream of ideas and how those projects can be executed effectively in today’s landscape.

Topics include:

  • Innovation Ideation
    • Capture ideas from different sources and resources
    • Evaluate and create Proposals
  • Innovation Portfolio
    • Analyze portfolio strategy to determine best opportunities
  • Project Management
    • Intuitive, collaborative project planning and scheduling
  • Resource Management
    • Modern and integrated project resource management
  • Task Management
    • Collaborate on tasks across the project team
4:20 PM - 4:30 PM Wrap-up

Please RSVP by Tuesday March 19th

Please contact a board member if you have any questions.
Hope to see you all there!
Bill Pick President
Joan Stevens Membership Director
Andrea Huppert Program Director
Anthony Ellsworth Website Coordinator

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