Oracle enables customers to build business resilience
ISLAMABAD, SEPT 29 – Extending its lead in the cloud ERP market, Oracle announced updates to Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM). The latest innovations help finance teams leverage touchless operations, predictive planning, and digital assistants to pivot towards growth.
The latest product updates enable organizations of all sizes to take advantage of innovations quickly and easily in artificial intelligence, digital assistants and natural language processing. These advancements help finance teams improve decision-making with real-time insights, simplify business processes, and drive efficiencies needed to pivot organizations towards growth.
New features and capabilities that help organizations increase efficiency, speed, and accuracy with touchless operations include Intelligent Process Automation, Intelligent Account Combination Defaulting, Automated Tagging of Regulatory Reports, Intelligent Performance Management, Corporate and Project Planning and Budgeting Capabilities, Business Continuity Management, Predictive Planning, and collaboration with Digital Assistants to improve user productivity.
Moreover, to help organizations build resilient and agile supply chains that drive innovation and growth, latest updates to Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain & Manufacturing (Oracle Cloud SCM) have also been announced. The updates help customers increase collaboration across supply networks, proactively manage supply chain assets, and implement long-term supply chain planning. With Oracle Cloud SCM, organizations can identify new opportunities, rethink processes, and plan and execute across the entire business.
The latest product updates enable organizations of all sizes to quickly and easily take advantage of innovations in artificial intelligence, digital assistants and natural language processing. These advancements help finance teams improve decision-making with real-time insights, simplify business processes, and drive efficiencies needed to pivot organizations towards growth. DNA
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