April 10 2015

Whoever said work can’t be fun never made it to the annual Independent Oracle Users conference. If you’re going this month, make sure to stop by and attend a sessions from our very own Kristopher Nelson, Midwest General Manager.

Kris will discuss how organizations can use BPM and SOA to integrate, cultivate and distinguish key financial processes—as well as improve independent and unique processes within a financial system or ERP. He’ll illustrate how businesses have been able to improve financial processes with Oracle SOA Suite, Fusion Middleware and Oracle E-Business Suite.

Kris will also outline the framework for a BPM- and SOA-driven approach, and present case studies of it in action. These real-world examples will show how to apply the approach to financial areas like Month End Close, Order to Cash and Capital Expenditure Approvals. If you use Oracle financial software like E-Business Suite, JD Edwards or Fusion Applications—this session is for you.

PRESENTATION: Use SOA and BPM to Optimize and Automate Your Financial Processes

WHEN: 2 p.m. on April 14, 2015

WHERE: Room Banyan E, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

While you’re around, please swing by booth 1133 and meet the AVIO team. We enjoy discussing all things Oracle, and would like to show you how Oracle BPM and SOA enable rapid change and improvements to financial systems and processes.

Interested in the subject, but can’t make it to COLLABORATE 15? Contact us at info@avioconsulting.com, or call us at (972) 608-4777 for more details.

About the Author

Brandon Dean

Brandon Dean is president of AVIO and focuses his time on nurturing client relationships and directing sales, marketing, and strategic initiatives for AVIO. Prior to joining AVIO in 2008, Brandon spent time in various positions at Oracle, BEA Systems, and Fuego where he built a reputation as a thought leader in digital transformation strategy and implementation advisory services. 

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