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As transformational IT has increasingly become a business imperative, implementation partners have been looking to strengthen their value proposition for their customers. To differentiate themselves from transactional service providers, the more proactive partners are evolving their offerings and approaches, thereby becoming more strategic than they had been in the past.

While IT leaders can maximize the opportunity arising out of this shift by leveraging the partners’ strategies and advanced capabilities, it’s important for them to maintain focus on the risks. Here’s a look at how implementation providers are evolving and how CIOs should approach partnering with them for mutual success.

Shifting to a transformation approach

There is a perceptible change in the way implementation partners are now approaching their clients as compared to earlier, and it is all about becoming a strategic partner for transformational change.

“A partner now enters an account with a broader area of engagement in mind. The discussions may be around a specific project with a CIO, such as implementing a typical solution like Oracle or SAP ERP, but the partner’s core agenda is to bring about an extensive and comprehensive transformation of the client’s IT infrastructure,” says Harnath Babu, CIO at KPMG.

“As the project progresses, the partner discusses the CIO’s pain points and what could alleviate them. This could invariably lead to the partner’s scope getting expanded into, but not limited to, managing emerging technologies, enhancing cost and operational efficiencies, bringing about automation, application development, or improving the system of records,” he says. “Implementation partners are clearly moving from the earlier point approach to a transformation approach.”

Sharing an example of this as it unfolded at KPMG, Babu says, “We engaged with a system integrator to help us with L1/L2 support. In a short time, we scaled it to L3. We found that we could also leverage the partner for managing our infrastructure. Next, we asked the partner to help us with POD development as it was a big challenge to find skilled resources,” says Babu. “So, what started as an L1/L2 service engagement, eventually led to infrastructure management and resource augmentation.”

The POD, or product oriented delivery, is a software development model that entails building small, self-sufficient cross-functional teams that take care of specific requirements or tasks for a project.

Takeaways for CIOs from this trend: Leveraging one partner instead of many frees up CIOs and their teams from more boilerplate deployments, allowing them to focus on what is core to the business. “An implementation partner looks at the total value generated from an account. Therefore, if a CIO gives value to the partner, the latter will reciprocate. This will deliver CIOs the confidence of having a strong partner behind them. There can then be a project director to manage the project on a day-to-day basis and the CIO can intervene only when there is budget or strategy involved,” says Babu.

 

Building Centers of Excellence 

With the aim of adding value to their customers, implementation partners are increasingly realizing the importance of building technological expertise.

“To keep pace with the market and stay relevant, implementation partners are building on human capital and expertise. For instance, most partners lacked competency in cloud as there wasn’t much requirement related to it in the past. However, as cloud is gaining a strong traction, they have also upped the ante,” says Subramanya C, global CTO at business process management company Sagility (formerly HGS Healthcare). 

So, when Subramanya decided to move the company’s SAP, SharePoint portal, intranet, and other applications to the cloud, he roped in a partner who had a Center of Excellence on cloud and 12 to 15 subject matter experts (SME) on the technology.

“Partners with such capabilities were not seen in the past,” he says. “More than 100 servers had to be migrated in a few weeks. Immense planning, resources, and mitigation of risk were involved in the project. However, the partner’s strong technical expertise, which formed the basis of the center of excellence, made sure that the project got completed smoothly and as per the scheduled plan,” says Subramanya.

Takeaways for CIOs from this trend: Although implementation partners can provide deeper expertise than they could in the past, IT leaders should not be complacent when enlisting it. “For complex projects, like ours, strong governance is required from the enterprise technology leader’s end,” Subramanya says. “IT leaders can outsource a task or an activity to a partner and their SME, but they can’t outsource their responsibilities. Therefore, we ensured a strong governance framework was in place while implementing this project. We also had our own SME working in close collaboration with the partner’s experts.”

 

Collaborating with other partners

The evolution of technology, driven by modernization of applications and services, is catalyzing collaboration among system integrators.

As Archie Jackson, head of special initiatives, IT, and security at digital transformation company Incedo says, “I have seen system integrators coming together to offer solutions, a trend that wasn’t visible in the past. Today, products don’t work in silos. One product has multiple linkages with other products, and it orchestrates and expands into other areas. For instance, a security solution today is not limited only to the network. It is connected to end point and applications, too. Therefore, one project could spill over to another. A partner, however, may not have the expertise or the bandwidth to execute everything, which leads to collaboration with other partners.”

Incedo was in talks with a partner some time back for implementing managed links for connectivity. The end-to-end managed service would have offered remote connectivity to access corporate network from anywhere in the world.

“During the conversations, the partner suggested he could bring another implementation partner to enhance the cybersecurity of the links. It came across as a logical fit because the links had to be secure, but I had not seen a partner collaborating with another one like this in the past,” says Jackson. Takeaways for CIOs from this trend: One implementation partner bringing another partner may help a CIO, but it could also increase the cost of the project. “This is a good option only if a CIO wants to build capability. The primary partner will build his margin into the project for which he is getting the second partner, thereby increasing the cost for the CIO.  If CIOs have the capacity to architect a solution more efficiently, they should do so in-house,” says Jackson.

Tue, 04 Oct 2022 23:52:00 -0500 Author: Yashvendra Singh en-US text/html https://www.cio.com/article/408427/implementation-partners-get-strategic-so-should-cios-use-of-them.html
Killexams : SuiteWorld 2022 – the big picture

Oracle NetSuite held its annual confab in Vegas recently. It was very well attended by both customers and partners. In fact, the place was abuzz with activity, side meetings, etc.  Everybody wanted to talk.

Of course, diginomica had several folks covering the event on the ground and some doing so virtually. As conferences go, the coverage was quite comprehensive and clearly indicated that travel to user conferences is moving back to pre-pandemic levels.

I’ll provide a brief recap of the relevant coverage below before I dive into the more subtle, underreported observations: you know the things you can’t get virtually but can pick up on in the hallways, expo floor, meals and numerous hallway interactions.

diginomica coverage

I kicked off the coverage with a pre-show piece in August. I thought I did a nice piece covering several new capabilities attendees would see at this month’s show. It’s actually a good, quick read on several items Oracle focused on. In particular, there was a discussion on the analytics warehouse functionality:

NetSuite customers will be able to probe externally sourced or internally generated datasets for all kinds of insights, many of which will be displayed via graphical means. This is important as mid-sized firms I’ve visited often possess mountains of ‘dark’ data: the data that they or their machines generate but no person or system looks at this information. The insights within this data are ignored as mid-sized firms often lack the tools, skills, computing power, integrations, visualization tools or ML tools to make sense of this.

Madeline picked up on the analytics warehouse and described how one customer, Studio McGee was using it:

Studio McGee is using NetSuite Analytics Warehouse (NSAW) to support its move into a new 325,000 square feet fulfillment center, which includes robots for picking and packaging that are integrated with NetSuite. The firm is combining its NetSuite and Shopify data in NSAW, and will be able to add information from Google Analytics and other systems.

Derek covered the main product announcements in this piece. Oracle NetSuite had big announcements in the areas of Accounts Payable (AP) automation, Configure Price Quote (CPQ), Ship Central and Workforce Management.  There’s actually a fair bit to unpack in those announcements.

Madeline filed an Oracle NetSuite customer story re: a UK startup firm and a study NetSuite has on this subject.  Madeline also penned a piece on NetSuite customer Thread. That story focused on Thread’s use of NetSuite to support expansion of its brick-and-mortar business. About Thread, she writes:

Going from a $30,000 Kickstarter startup to a $15m+ revenue organization, the firm realized it needed a more advanced platform to run its business and turned to Oracle NetSuite for its ERP and analytics. This was crucial for advancing plans to expand Thread’s wholesale business and brick and mortar stores, while still continuing to grow its direct-to-consumer business, which has been the largest revenue earner.

Product maturity growing more than NetSuite realizes?

I spoke with a number of customers, software partners and implementers at this event. It’s what I do. I was surprised at the complexity of the businesses these NetSuite customers have. In fact, many of the customers possessed several of these factors:

  • There are businesses that are selling to; sourcing from; and/or, operating in multiple countries
  • Many firms have several different operating companies, legal entities and/or businesses
  • Many firms operate across channels. The retail customers are selling in every possible channel from direct sales, in-person sales, on-line sales, omnichannel, etc.
  • Many firms have moved beyond their initial founders and have professional managers, new investors, private equity participation, are part of a holding company, etc.
  • Many firms made a number of major, transformative shifts in their businesses during the pandemic and are continuing to change today.

If you thought NetSuite was an SMB only solution – it’s not!

The product line is deeper, wider and uses many advanced technologies (e.g., machine learning) it can get from parent company Oracle. Sure, NetSuite used to be this small, scrappy financial cloud solution called NetLedger that principally served small, straightforward businesses but that’s not necessarily the entirety of their customer base anymore.

No, NetSuite may be considerably more upmarket, more functionally capable as a mid-market product. I can’t decide if Oracle should market it more for the mid-market specifically (a space its JD Edwards and Fusion products serve) or as some sort of cloud product line that exists to help companies scale easily from startup to mid-size. This solution, in my opinion, is not a competitor to QuickBooks. It’s much, much more.

For example, global regulatory compliance functionality continues to grow in the NetSuite product line. NetSuite is also expanding the number of global cloud data centers that host the NetSuite application solutions.

So, I suspect most customers, partners, etc. at the event see or feel a lot of this phenomenon, too. They know the product line is more global, more capable and more functionally advanced than ever before. And, if they’re paying attention, they’ll wonder what’s going to happen next? Will NetSuite:

  • Outgrow it original customers and possibly ignore them? (I seriously doubt this as customer retention seemed to be a major preoccupation with NetSuite leaders)
  • Redeploy its product development resources away from ever greater upmarket capabilities and focus exclusively on vertical functional extensions? (I doubt this, too, and suspect the firm will do both. Vertical expansion was something several NetSuite executives did discuss but they also kept hammering home how they’ll use other Oracle advanced technologies to make back office, front office, fulfillment and other processes ever more productive, efficient and less labor intensive.)
  • Compete more directly with other Oracle software solutions, like Fusion and JD Edwards? (This I believe will happen with greater frequency. Will this be an issue for Oracle? I doubt it. Oracle wins more deals if the short list contains nothing but Oracle products.)

To sum up this section, without anyone addressing the growing upmarket capabilities on display at the show, it was clear that the NetSuite product line is more capable than ever and must be considered in more up-market deals.

NetSuite and advanced technology

AKA Hire more people or get new technology

While all kinds and sizes of businesses these days seem to be struggling with the ability to attract and retain talent, small and mid-sized firms often face even more difficult challenges in the war for talent. These firms may not have the recruiting talent or resources to develop relationships with prospective jobseekers let alone get them hired or onboarded successfully.

This is important as small and mid-sized firms may never be able to offer the career paths and compensation that larger competitors can. So, the best approach for some of these smaller in stature firms may be to automate as much work as possible so as to minimize their dependency on an expensive, hard to source, develop and retain workforce.

Efficiency and low friction themes seemed to permeate the event and NetSuite executive messaging. NetSuite Founder Evan Goldberg flat out stated that NetSuite wants customers “to be as cost-effective as possible”.

NetSuite executives seemed to believe this to be a winning strategy for SMBs. This is why they are focusing much of their development energy on the use of advanced technologies in their applications. These technologies could include: artificial intelligence, chatbots, smart analytics, RPA, big data and more. They hope that these technologies could help in areas like process automation so that a process could become almost fully automated. This could significantly help reduce personnel needs in some process areas.

One example of this focus on highly efficient processes is the new Accounts Payable Automation functionality. These enhancements are part of Oracle/NetSuite’s broader strategy of “Optimizing Cash & Profits” for customers. It uses a number of technologies (e.g., process automation, exception handling, etc.) to make Accounts Payable processes extremely automated and efficient. NetSuite can support automated 2 or 3-way matching of vendor invoices. NetSuite partnered with financial services firm HSBC for some payment service options should a customer want to avail themselves of this.

One NetSuite customer using this new AP Automation capability reported going from having 45% of invoices being automatically processed to having 95% of invoice processing automated.

AKA Staff Scheduling

The scheduling optimization capability within the new Workforce Management tool should be a very welcome bit of functionality for retailers and health care organizations as it helps firms do a better job of scheduling workers. Why is this important? If you ask HR leaders in those industries what contributes to numerous Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting problems is that workers who genuinely want to work are being assigned hours that cause them personal strife or are insufficient in quantity for them to make a livable wage. And, operations leaders often struggle to put together a schedule using paper, spreadsheets and other less-than-optimal methods.

Nurses, for example, value the ability to influence their schedule more than most any other retention factor.  In retail, employees want to maximize their hours. Both groups want to work close to home and each may have young children or older parents to care for. The best scheduling tools remember what hours or days a person can work and which ones are off limits. The best tools also have mechanisms to help employers manage total payroll costs, minimize overtime, etc. A great scheduling tool is like a multi-variate optimization tool and an automated tool may be the best solution for such a complex and dynamic management problem. Why? The automated tool could handle hundreds of different variables simultaneously and solve the schedule problem in seconds compared to a sub-optimal solution that a manager might struggle with for days.

The scheduling optimization tech has its origins in a company called Adi Insights and will now be called SuitePeople Workforce Management. That deal was described as:

On May 6, 2022, Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Adi Insights. Adi Insights is a leading provider of workforce management solutions. The acquisition will bring overtime management, time capture, demand forecasting and shift scheduling capabilities to SuitePeople, NetSuite’s human resource management solution. The transaction is now closed and the Adi Insights team will join the Oracle NetSuite organization.

Partner Involvement

NetSuite has a number of partners. Some provide complementary applications while others offer integration technology, BPO (business process outsourcing), implementation services and other capabilities.

Given how critical partners are to completing the Whole Product (a Geoffrey Moore term) functionally, implementing the solutions, introducing the customer to NetSuite, etc., NetSuite would, obviously, want to stay on the good side of its partners. Great partners drive outsized net-new revenue, reduce customer acquisition costs, help in selling many add-on products, and more.

Several analysts at the show wondered how NetSuite’s new advanced Accounts Payable automation technology would be sold and would that cause channel conflicts with some of their partner firms who have been selling competing solutions to NetSuite customers for years.

More specifically, how will this product be sold since several other firms offer software that also provides AP automation? One NetSuite executive indicated that this is a huge market (after all NetSuite has approximately 32,000 existing customers) and NetSuite will only focus on selling it to customers/prospects that currently lack an AP automation solution. NetSuite will not be targeting the customer base of any of its automated AP solutions partners. And, a NetSuite executive also stated that they will respect whatever decision a customer makes re: AP automation whether they choose NetSuite’s or a partner’s product.  Bottom line: NetSuite doesn’t want to antagonize any of them.

Take out friction and make implementations fast & successful

Mid-market software buyers often possess many of the same business complexities of their larger competitors but don’t have the people, capital or other resources to match. My shorthand for this is that mid-market tech buyers have champagne tastes and beer budgets.

To make a mid-market buyer’s implementation a success, a great software solution must:

  • Be pre-configured for many best practices, industry requirements, common reports, etc.
  • Be easy to acquire. If the software agreement is measured in hundreds of pages, has embedded URLs, and requires a team of lawyers and procurement experts to redline, then this is not going to work.
  • Already possess many required integrations, even those that aren’t part of a vendor’s product line.
  • Do more than simply map old data into a new system.
  • Provide thought-provoking new approaches to how processes should work so that the buyer can experience step change (not baby step) improvements in their business results.

One approach NetSuite previously rolled out to help with this was SuiteSuccess. SuiteSuccess was announced a couple of years ago. Its purpose is to help new customers get implemented in a timely but successful manner. The program is about more than just implementation speed though as customers can access configurators that include pre-supplied best practices.

I pressed a couple of NetSuite executives on the ‘success’ of this program. Evan Goldberg discussed how NetSuite doesn’t do product demonstrations vanilla anymore as they want to show the prospect how the software will look and behave with the most useful/relevant configurations (that are in the SuiteSuccess kits) already in place. That way, prospects can see exactly how the software will behave in their industry/company/function.

I’m very cautious re: programs like SuiteSuccess. The story is one many of you want to believe but many vendors conflate success with rapid implementation. These terms are not synonymous. In the rush to get a product implemented quickly, the vendor or systems integrator may simply map old data into the new system without taking the time to clean up bad business practices, reengineer poorly performing processes, clean up the chart of accounts, or, transform the mundane into something that delivers outsized competitive differentiation. In these rushed jobs, business value can get sacrificed in the quest for speed. Success should not be an either/or decision to make.

NetSuite, I can report, has these pre-built accelerators and they have also taken steps to remove friction throughout the sales and implementation process. At one point in the user conference, I asked a NetSuite senior executive to join me in the hall and we discussed the NetSuite contracting experience in detail. I had my contract redline notes from a pre-pandemic client gig handy and challenged him as to what they’ve done to mitigate earlier issues.

Time did not permit us to go through everything but I was convinced that the company did, in fact, shorten, simplify and made more reasonable its contracts. The company, for example, now has a third kind of licensed user: one that needs full access to only 1 or 2 modules but not every module. Previously, you could only be a full, all module access user or a read-only access user. Apparently, embedded links are mostly gone and the overall length of the contract is less than a dozen pages. All of this is good news as the typical NetSuite customer does not possess the budget, internal talent, etc. to mount an exhaustive contracting process with a software vendor. It costs too much and simply sours the prospect on a vendor.

More configuration please

I previously mentioned that Derek covered the new CPQ functionality in the NetSuite product line. This tool allows manufacturers and customers to use many of NetSuite’s existing manufacturing and web commerce applications to create a product whose needs exactly match a customer’s while also ensuring the finished product will have all needed components and that these will interoperate with each other. After the product is configured, the software components will inherit pricing and other attributes and these will flow into a price quote for the customer.

CPQ functionality has been a big deal in the MRP and web commerce space in latest years and this should find a lot of adoption within NetSuite’s customer base.

The CPQ (configure price quote) tool we saw at the show was clearly oriented for manufacturers although a couple of vendors on the expo floor were showing some CPQ tools for services firms, too. CPQ capabilities are definitely different for manufacturing versus service firms but many design capabilities can be shared. We’ll have to see when/if NetSuite wants to expand its CPQ functionality to the services arena. Personally, I’d expect them to either build or buy a solution here as they already possess a major PSA (professional services automation) product and a CPQ solution seems like a very logical and valuable product line extension for them to pursue.

Growing companies

I also chatted with some of NetSuite’s larger and more complex customers. These customers confirmed the applicability of NetSuite software in larger, growing entities. They also were users of several of NetSuite partner solutions (e.g., MineralTree, RFSmart, Curo, etc.).

Some of the conversations were notable as the companies are growing in significant organic or inorganic means. One of these companies is over 125 years old and not only navigated the pandemic well but also grew their firm and added new sales methods. Another firm continues to acquire new firms to add to its portfolio. As it does so, it implements NetSuite in these entities, drives process improvements and tries to implement shared services for the member firms. The product is definitely scalable.

We know some NetSuite customers fared well during the pandemic but how did NetSuite do? NetSuite founder, Evan Goldberg, mentioned that NetSuite actually does well during recessions. Companies realize during an economic downturn that they must become more productive and efficient. Old technology, paper/manual systems, spreadsheets and out of date processes are rarely ever desirable but can be toxic to a company during lean times.

Even if these customers were reluctant to share their financial results, you could deduce how much they’ve grown via other tells. For example, one executive discussed how his firm has upgraded its management team several times as it has traversed a couple of thresholds. His firm is good at knowing what every executive’s “Best Used By” date is and bringing in a more capable player at the right time.

Another interesting conversation course with these leaders concerned the growth in data these firms are experiencing. These businesses are acquiring new smart machine tools, capturing web metrics, using third party databases and installing sensors/meters/cameras everywhere. These devices are throwing off a lot of dark data: that is, the kind of data that a company has but isn’t using yet. These companies know this information could be a real asset of their firms but they’re not fully capitalizing on it just yet. This could be a real opportunity area for NetSuite as well.

My take

It’s interesting to see the NetSuite product line growing in functional sophistication and module breadth.  This is what enterprise-class vendors do. They add in more functional complexity to help their solutions move up-market.

Simultaneously, NetSuite is making it easier for prospective customers to do business with them via simpler contracts. They’re also making the product implementations more likely to deliver value the first time. These are things you often see when a vendor is trying to go down-market.

So, NetSuite appears to be bringing the best of the small business market/product/implementation world to an ever more sophisticated and powerful up-market solution. In effect, NetSuite is broadening its potential market opportunity. Too bad, its competitors do just the opposite (e.g., make simple products more complex to buy, implement and use).

There may be real value to this strategy. Value that’ll accrue to customers and Oracle shareholders alike.

Wed, 12 Oct 2022 02:15:00 -0500 BRAINSUM en text/html https://diginomica.com/suiteworld-2022-big-picture
Killexams : Tips and Tools to Help Students Study, Take Notes, and Focus

With a new academic year rolling around, students of all ages will be looking for help and guidance with their work—and there are a wealth of options on mobile app stores and the web to help you succeed.

Here we've picked out some of the best apps and services across multiple categories, including time management, homework help, note-taking, and more. Put them together and you've got a comprehensive toolkit for making sure that this year is a good one.

No matter what your requirements, courses, or study habits are, there should be something here for you (or for the young student in your life). You might be surprised at just how much difference the right app can make.

Trello

Trello can adapt itself to whatever purpose you have in mind.

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The main appeal of Trello is its versatility: You can adapt the simple card-based interface in whichever way you want—whether to keep track of individual homework assignments or to log multiple research strands in an essay—and the software will adapt accordingly.

You can assign categories and deadlines to cards, attach files to them, and drop in to-do lists. However you decide to use Trello, you're going to find it straightforward to get around the app with easy drag-and-drop operations and a ton of options and features.

Trello (freemium for web, Android, iOS)

Socratic

Get help from Socratic with just about any topic.

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Powered by Google's artificial intelligence engines, Socratic is here to answer any question on any topic, whether you need step-by-step math explanations, a quick overview of a historical event or work of literature, or details of a particular set of biological processes.

Sun, 09 Oct 2022 23:10:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.wired.com/story/tips-apps-help-students-study-notes-homework-help/
Killexams : Oracle Protocol - A Magnificent World Is Being Built In An Orderly Manner

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Sep 27, 2022 (Vehement Media via COMTEX) -- United Arab Emirates -- A technological and ecological revolution that is both inevitable and disruptive is coming into a frenzy, and the protagonist is - ORACLE DAO.

ORACLE DAO, initiated by top geek teams in many countries, is currently developing under the leadership of the original team in an orderly manner. The development is progressing smoothly. The Oracle Protocol has now completed the beta stage and will soon be tested on the chain technology and the development of the second ecological layout, OraSwap. ORACLE DAO is based on multiple cross-chain technologies. It has the highest docking center in the whole network, and the value container structure is built by the linkage operations of the whole network. In terms of technology, mode, and ecology, it outperforms the majority of the projects on the DAO track.

The DAO is a decentralized free organization with the innovative underlying technology and a scalable cross-chain ecological layout. The overall layout and top-level design of Oracle DAO have infinite vitality for perpetual operation, which is difficult to surpass by other projects. The first innovative MTE/POSUM hybrid consensus mechanism, superb on-chain processing speed, Turing-complete smart contracts, and forward-looking ecological layout are some of ORACLE DAO's best skills.

At present, the Oracle Protocol has already completed its Beta stage. This is an official announcement of the successful completion of the ORACLE DAO basic contract layer and the foundation of decentralization and de-trust. The importance of the basic contract layer is self-evident. In addition to realizing inter-dimensional operability in a trustless environment, it will also solve the problem of the difference in industrial interfaces between the chain and the chain and establish a diversified industrial ecological interface to meet all the challenges encountered in the development process. Key links through the interaction between its own protocol network and the value layer and contract layer of the entity industry, it realizes the expansion, transaction, and cross-chain of the ORACLE DAO community, so as to open the silo between the virtual and real industries. It carries the rich decentralized exchange application ecology on the protocol layer network and becomes the bridge and foundation between the blockchain world and the entity world.

The ORACLE DAO mechanism algorithm is obviously complex and more rigorous, so it also shows its meticulousness in smart contract layout and mechanism planning, which is more in line with the characteristics of the current era of algorithmic technology. Among them, the POSUM mechanism is the core reward mechanism of ORACLE DAO, which is used to execute community rewards and activate the development of the ecology inside and outside. The POSUM mechanism in the ORACLE protocol will release the platform tokens—ORC—year by year for five years. After the five-year period, the protocol will automatically put all remaining tokens into a black hole for destruction after 100 days. The anti-inflationary eco-model drives the value creation concept of the POSUM mechanism with its constant mintage and anti-inflationary qualities, as well as stable, pledged returns.

The ORC adopts the community's NFT pass as the qualification to purchase, and the initial sale will bring the flow value to the community and provide great momentum for community development. The Oracle Protocol is designed to attract like-minded community members through the POSUM mechanism, expand the influence of the community, and increase the activity of the platform. At the same time, community members can get up to 60% annual return by pledging ORC, and the community also opens DAO community members' rights according to the value of their contributions, so that they can participate in more decisions and development of the ecology within the organization. In addition to the pledged return, community members can also earn ORC tokens as rewards by promoting community development and making relative contributions to the industry ecosystem in the form of individual rewards or team rewards.

From the DEFI perspective, community members work together to provide higher liquidity to the market by pledging various crypto digital assets and becoming part of the liquidity pool of the market. Community members of ORACLE DAO can also produce more ORC tokens through the liquidity pool and work together to increase the demand for ORC. Therefore, it can also be concluded that the community will be the most powerful source of energy for ORACLE DAO, while the POSUM mechanism is responsible for balancing the reward uniform so that the community and each member get a fair reward.

In addition, MTE as NFT identity verification. Its complete name is MINT TO EARN. The reason is to open and join the springboard within the ORACLE DAO organization. Through the MTE to cast a unique NFT identity to go to the next step of pledging to earn another income. When you refer a user to cast NFT, you will be rewarded for casting NFT. In addition, NFT holders will have the opportunity to receive ecological airdrops of ORACLE DAO distributed by the organization unexpectedly in future periods. Without this layer of identity verification, they will not be able to obtain additional airdrop rewards.

With the completion of the ORACLE PROTOCOL test, we are also looking forward to the smooth implementation of its on-chain test, the perfect exit, and smoothly into the second ecological layout ORASWAP development. ORASWAP is an important interface for ORACLE DAO to enter the DEFI trading world, to realize the decentralized exchange derived from the DAO organization. ORASWAP is created on the cryptocurrency smart chain and based on the development of community industry ecology. It carries a variety of protocol mechanisms running to provide users with multi-dimensional and comprehensive DEFI trading services. Through the law of mobile power and the law of mobile wealth, continuous value creation, ORASWAP's investment in research and development is ORACLE DAO in the ecological strategic layout to find a way to liberate power and wealth. The greater value of liquidity pry is the most thrilling challenge of DEFI at the moment. In addition, ORASWAP uses the DAO structure to operate, ensuring the fairness and impartiality of the ORASWAP ecology, returning all users to a high-quality, fair, open, and transparent asset trading environment, ensuring that all users benefit.

To sum up, ORACLE DAO breaks through many limitations of traditional organizations, enabling users to jointly create and exchange value in a trusted environment in the Web3 era and obtain corresponding rewards. With the continuous maturity of technology and improvement of market demands, ORACLE DAO will make great progress on the ecological road. For this reason, the current ORACLE DAO native team will continue to consolidate the foundation, so that the ORACLE DAO giant ecosystem can empower more entity enterprises!

Currently, we are also looking forward to a greater world, and a greater cause requires determination, competence, organization, and responsibility. As a decentralized autonomous organization, it follows the principle of "code is law". The management and operation rules of the organization are encoded on the blockchain in the form of smart contracts, thus realizing distributed collaboration, which can still operate spontaneously without third-party intervention and centralized control. The design of ORACLE DAO is highly transparent, aiming to let all participants know the rules and realize self-operation, self-governance, and self-evolution through intelligent management means and economic incentives of passwords, thus realizing the maximum effectiveness and value flow of the organization and leading humanity into a new decentralized world.

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Killexams : Deloitte Launches Oracle MyCloud ERP Offering for Fast Growth and Private Companies

Offering helps organizations with accelerated, risk averse transformations by providing access to Oracle products, implement and support for a predictable monthly fee

NEW YORK, Oct. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Deloitte today announced the launch of its Oracle MyCloud ERP offering that can help fast growth and private clients accelerate business transformation enabled by Oracle's modern integrated SaaS Cloud platform. Backed by Deloitte's proprietary industry accelerators and methodologies, the offering helps organizations to get up and running quickly on an Oracle Cloud platform while eliminating the barriers of talent constraints and high upfront costs, which are often associated with ERP implementations. The bundled subscription offering allows organizations to access Oracle Cloud products as well as Deloitte implementation and support services for a consistent monthly fee. This enables companies that are focused on growth to manage their cash flows and to continue to allocate their limited time and resources toward expansive activities.  

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"We are pleased to have the opportunity to use Deloitte intellectual property and knowledge to serve growth and private clients as they scale and drive their businesses forward. This offering demonstrates our commitment to this market and our desire to assist the leaders of tomorrow," said John Steele, U.S. Oracle offering leader and principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

For those interested in exploring Cloud ERP™ further, the starting place is a TruNorth Assessment. A quick, collaborative and effective approach that takes approximately three weeks. Deloitte helps prospects to envision the desired future state, identify transformation opportunities, and develop strategies and roadmaps for the journey.

Experience Deloitte's MyCloud firsthand
Deloitte is pleased to be the Global Sponsor of Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas, Oct. 17-20, 2022. This new global conference will bring people together to share ideas, develop in-demand skills and learn about cloud infrastructure and applications. Connect with Deloitte professionals at the CloudWorld Hub and attend a theatre presentation on MyCloud ERP enabled by Oracle Cloud.

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Killexams : Demand Generation Software Market Analysis, Research Study With Oracle, DemandGen, Salesforce

New Jersey, United States, Oct. 07, 2022 /DigitalJournal/ The Demand Generation Software Market research report provides all the information related to the industry. It gives the markets outlook by giving authentic data to its client which helps to make essential decisions. It gives an overview of the market which includes its definition, applications and developments, and manufacturing technology. This Demand Generation Software market research report tracks all the latest developments and innovations in the market. It gives the data regarding the obstacles while establishing the business and guides to overcome the upcoming challenges and obstacles.

Demand generation software helps marketers expand their reach into new markets, drive consumer interest, promote new products, create PR buzz, and re-engage existing customers. These solutions can be used to Boost conversion optimization and sales cycles. The demand generation software market is growing globally owing to ease of implementation, integration options, mobile support, and customer service facilities. Rapid industrialization, infrastructure development, digitalization, and continued population growth are generating demand for new products and services, driving the demand generation software market.

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This Demand Generation Software research report throws light on the major market players thriving in the market; it tracks their business strategies, financial status, and upcoming products.

Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:Oracle, DemandGen, Salesforce, DemandBase, Marketo, Tableau, HubSpot, Integrate, Trello, Unbounce

Market Scenario:

Firstly, this Demand Generation Software research report introduces the market by providing an overview that includes definitions, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the Demand Generation Software report.

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The region-wise coverage of the market is mentioned in the report, mainly focusing on the regions:

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Killexams : Tips To Set Up an Effective Study Space at Home

Studying is a core part of the educational experience. Students require a great study space, and in the modern world in which online learning and distance-based practice as a result of the coronavirus pandemic have become the norm, students require a great home study space more than ever.

Fortunately, there are a number of great options for creating an excellent space to facilitate ongoing studies in your home. Whether you’re seeking a degree to augment your existing professional experience or looking for an opportunity to change careers, as people in the United States are likely to do as many as 12 times these days, these tips for creating an effective study space are sure to make a massive difference in your life as a student. Continue reading for some great ideas that are certain to help you excel in the classroom and in your everyday life.

Online learning has become a staple in the modern world.

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Today, professionals are using digital learning opportunities to enhance their career prospects and gain valuable experience and knowledge that will help propel them into new and exciting opportunities of all types. A child development associate degree online, for instance, is a great asset for anyone working in the education field already or for anyone seeking entry into the world of teaching. Educators are unique professionals and must deal with a wide range of issues, challenges, and daily tasks. With the help of an online degree program, teachers and those seeking to become teachers are able to gain the skills required to enhance classroom management, boost curriculum design, and enjoy teaching more fully as a result.

Make sure to separate learning from other tasks in your home.

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Teachers know the value of great organization. A great study space is a must for anyone seeking to excel in this type of degree program, or in any other learning opportunity for that matter. One thing that students can do to accommodate these needs is to carve out a dedicated workspace for their studies. Creating a space that is used solely to facilitate learning and studying is a great way to separate routine daily tasks and the ongoing educational needs of the student.

With the help of services like junk removal in Denver, those looking to make a difference in their workspace and reduce clutter can get a head start on this process with the help of highly professional services. We all collect quite a bit of junk in our daily lives, and often, it ends up piling up in our homes and around our living spaces more broadly. Junk and clutter have a habit of muddying our headspace as well as our home’s spaces, but with a junk removal service on your side, making significant headway into reducing these productivity-killing problems is simple and highly effective.

It’s important to remember that education is a commitment. Committing to yourself isn’t always easy, but if you make the effort to engage with your coursework wholeheartedly, then you are bound to see the fruits of your labor faster than ever. By removing clutter from your home, specifically your workspace, you can make quick inroads toward greater educational attainment and better efficiency throughout your studies. Another thing that you can do to boost your efficiency in study time is comprehensive schedule building. Using a simple calendar, you can dedicate specialized time to routing tasks, work requirements, and your education.

Making time for your studies isn’t always easy, but it will be worth it over the long term as you work toward your new credential that might just change your life for the better.

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Killexams : SharpCloud Software joins Oracle's PartnerNetwork (OPN) to help companies align their project work to business goals

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LONDON, Oct. 10, 2022 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) -- LONDON, Oct. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- SharpCloud, a powerful visual tool for strategic business alignment, today announced that it has become an Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) member. As a partner member, SharpCloud delivers data-driven visualization and collaboration solutions to ensure project-led enterprise companies can align project work to their long-term business goals. SharpCloud complements Oracle's Enterprise level project management product system (Oracle Primavera Cloud, Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM, Oracle Primavera Unifier, Oracle Aconex, Oracle Textura, Gateway, Primavera Analytics).

SharpCloud is a unique business alignment platform that supports both top-down and bottom-up decision-making discussions, through its ability to dynamically visualize cost and schedule information across multiple views so that users can see the relationships of their work to goals. SharpCloud provides a shared workspace that connects data and people and ensures a greater connection between strategy design and delivery.

Organizations around the world waste roughly $2 trillion a year due to the ineffective implementation of business strategy, according to PMI's 2018 Pulse of the Profession(R)study.

"This PMI study supports our understanding that many organizations continue to have poor alignment between business goals and their in-progress project delivery schedule," said Sarim Khan, CEO, and Co-Founder of SharpCloud. "This is a huge issue for project-led organizations, where so much money and effort are just wasted. We can help Oracle Primavera customers quickly visualize and leverage the relationships and connections between their project data and business goals. This increased visibility allows them to see where they need to focus and the impact of their decisions and provides their leadership with a holistic view of the business."

"As an OPN member, SharpCloud adds the benefit of visualizing business goals that provide a natural strategic extension to the Oracle product suite," said Oracle's Dave Bullard, Senior Director Industry Innovation. "Being able to dynamically see the relationships across the different layers of a business, such as organizational goals and risks, etc., allows customers to analyze the different perspectives they need to consider in order to discuss alignment and make the right decisions."

Sarim says, "We are thrilled to be an OPN member and excited to help organizations draw connections to otherwise siloed areas of their business and better understand how their roadmap connects to the overall business direction and strategy. We want to be their go-to tool when they discuss alignment questions such as: Are we delivering against our organizational goals? Are we doing the right work? Do we know our major risks and are we dealing with them? That visibility alone is worth millions of dollars for large enterprise where projects can be worth tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars."

About SharpCloud

SharpCloud is visual business alignment software helping companies to visualize key information to inform strategic business decisions. Founded in 2012, SharpCloud has grown to service over 100 companies globally and has over 18,000 users.

Designed for decision-makers, the SharpCloud platform empowers you to view interdependencies, filter out the noise and prepare you with new insights before you take action, helping to visualize your business as a whole and keep activities and strategy aligned. Typical use cases include business road-mapping, innovation and portfolio management, and risk management.

Through smarter, more informed decisions, SharpCloud enables you to increase business agility, solve business challenges and innovate faster across the organization.

Learn more at www.sharpcloud.comor follow @SharpCloud

About Oracle PartnerNetwork

Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) is Oracle's partner program that provides partners with a differentiated advantage to develop, sell and implement Oracle solutions. OPN offers resources to train and support specialized knowledge of Oracle's products and solutions and has evolved to recognize Oracle's growing product portfolio, partner base and business opportunity. Key to the latest enhancements to OPN is the ability for partners to be recognized and rewarded for their investment in Oracle Cloud. Partners engaging with Oracle will be able to differentiate their Oracle Cloud expertise and success with customers through the OPN Cloud program - an innovative program that complements existing OPN program levels with tiers of recognition and progressive benefits for partners working with Oracle Cloud. To find out more visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners.

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Killexams : VA will halt Oracle-Cerner implementation until patient safety concerns are addressed

The Veterans Health Administration's rollout of its Oracle-Cerner EHR system will not continue until patient safety concerns are addressed, according to Sept. 26 reporting in FedScoop.

VA Secretary Denis McDonough confirmed the news Sept. 26, responding to questions at an event hosted by the Defense Writers Group. Mr. McDonough confirmed that the VA is working through an implementation checklist with each hospital setting up the new EHR system.

The rollout was paused in June after a federal watchdog alleged that a flaw in Cerner's system caused harm to 148 veterans at Spokane, Wash.-based Mann-Grandstaff Medical Center.

"I think we've been clear that we have to be confident that these risks to patient safety are addressed before we go live. So we're not just focused on the passage of time between now and next year; we're focused on improving the system," Mr. McDonough said.

Becker's has reached out to Cerner and will update this report if more information becomes available.

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Killexams : Oracle Lays Off 201 Employees In California

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The cuts affected workers at Oracle offices in Redwood City, Calif., home to the tech giant’s former headquarters. The jobs that were affected included data scientists, application developers, marketing specialists and software developers.

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Oracle has laid off more than 200 of its workers in California months after reports surfaced that the tech giant was considering “thousands” of job cuts on the heels of its $28 billion Cerner acquisition.

The Austin, Texas company cut 201 jobs in total on Oct. 3 from its Redwood City, Calif. office, according to its Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) filed in California. The job cuts took effect Oct. 3 and was received by the California Employment Development Department Sept. 30, according to the WARN.

In a letter to the state obtained by CRN, Oracle said the layoffs would be permanent and said that its Redwood Shores campus would not be closing as a result of the job cuts. Oracle formerly housed its headquarters in Redwood City, but moved it to Austin at the end of 2020.

Among the jobs cut in this round, according to the Aug. 4 letter to the state from Anje Dodson, senior vice president of human resources at Oracle: data scientists, application developers, marketing specialists and software developers.

CRN has reached out to Oracle for comment.

As of this past May, Oracle employed approximately 143,000 full-time employees, of which about 48,000 are based in the U.S. and the rest internationally, according to a regulatory filing.

Oracle closed its acquisition of healthcare digital information system provider Cerner in June. The company began to notify employees of layoffs in early August, according to a report in The Information at the time. That matches with the date on the WARN notice, which states that this crop of employees received notification about the layoffs on August 4.

The company is the No. 1 employer in Redwood City, Calif. with over 6,500 workers there, according to the city.

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