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By Leo Leung, Vice President, Product Management, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

For as long as we’ve had computers, we’ve had to make them work together, even when they’re sold by different providers. I can’t think of any business that has relied on a single technology vendor – or even a single technology stack – for all its needs. It’s also true that companies rarely ditch established-but-still-working technology for totally new systems because of the severe risk, and usually considerable downtime.

That pragmatic model is holding strong in the cloud computing epoch.  So, while a brand new “cloud-native” implementation can in theory be the best option in many instances, many companies running pre-cloud technology want to keep getting value out of older systems while also modernizing them.

Let’s face it: Any technology will live on for as long as it’s useful. Just look at the mainframe. Launched during the WWII era, computing’s “big iron” dominated tech for decades. But in 1991 with the rise of PCs and client-server computing, one respected tech journalist made headlines by predicting that the last mainframe would be unplugged within 5 years. That would be news to the banks and other enterprises that continue depending on mainframes 37 years past that deadline.

Researchers agree that, despite talk of massive cloud adoption, the bulk of IT dollars still flow to on-premises or traditional platforms. But, they also concur that the trend is shifting cloud-wards. 

Spending for on-premises software accounted for 69% of total software investment in 2020, but by 2025, 58% of software spending will be in cloud, predicts IDC.  

So, the move of most IT to cloud looks inevitable but still won’t happen tomorrow even though we are well into the second decade of public cloud adoption. This is why companies need tech partners to meet them where they are and offer a path to the cloud that doesn’t obviate previous IT investments.

Oracle, for example, offers more than 80 adapters for popular third-party software including Salesforce, SAP, Marketo, Microsoft SQL Server, Paypal, ServiceNow, and Workday. Together with another 300 prebuilt integrations, these supported connectors enable customers to easily move data between applications and cloud APIs where it can be used by new web services. Adapters and integrations are available both from Oracle and from a roster of partners on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace.

These adapters allow companies to keep wringing value from data stored and processed in on-prem systems while moving toward a modern digital deployment model. 

In addition, Oracle SOA integration software will move existing on-premises Oracle applications, as is, to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) public cloud. That means businesses can continue running their proven systems until they decide to modernize further. The key point here is this big shift will happen on the customer’s timetable, not some gigantic cloud vendor’s schedule. 

The notion of integration goes beyond linking legacy systems to newer cloud technology. It also requires connecting applications and data, often from different vendors, into a single process. 

Many companies, for example, use customer experience (CX) or customer relationship management software from one vendor but need to funnel leads and sales into an accounting or ERP application from another provider. Pre-built adapters can make that happen in days instead of months.

UK’s busy Heathrow Airport, modernized its operations by moving to Oracle Fusion Cloud and integrating third-party software such as Azure AD directory services, IBM Maximo asset management, and Office 365 SharePoint collaboration software, with help from partners Capgemini and Flexagon.

And, to best serve its fast-growing residential lending businesses, Angel Oak Lending needed to automate manual processes among its various subsidiaries. It accomplished this by integrating data from disparate systems into unified dashboards executives can use to manage the business more effectively. 

Working with partner Knex, OCI Integration services was used to automate a three-way match between its financing facilities, its loan origination system, and bank data housed in Oracle Fusion Cloud. As a result, it was able to slash the time it takes to process loan originations by 63% and speed up new partner onboarding by 4X. 

“We use OCI Integration to automate transactions so we can focus on higher-value activities that grow the business,” said Angel Oak Lending’s CFO Ravi Correa.

Businesses also need to support the use of toolsets their developers can use not only to build and tweak custom applications but to integrate them to each other. That means supporting a range of programming languages such as Java used by professionals, as well as low-code tools like Oracle Apex, that enable non-technical people to create applications as well. 

IDC, which estimates that 30% of organizations now successfully run their own in-house development, counsels businesses to encourage all employees – not just trained software developers—to create their own productivity-enhancing applications. This is one way to address a growing skills shortage, according to Maureen Fleming, program vice president for IDC’s Intelligent Process Automation research group. 

A combination of easy-to-use low-code tooling and pre-built adapters can go a long way to easing software integration issues.

The benefits of public cloud’s scale, agility, and power are well documented. But a move to the cloud should not require businesses to discard existing and useful technologies that are in many cases what’s paying the bills.  

But no one should be deceived into thinking that cloud transitions need to be instantaneous or all-encompassing. Each business will need to create its own plan, based on what is already in place, what options make the most sense going forward – and what options let it move to the cloud in a way that is least disruptive to its operations.

The age-old problem of making disparate IT systems work together has not gone away with cloud. Fortunately, better tools now exist that allow businesses to pick and choose what they keep, what they switch – and when. 

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Killexams : ISG to Publish Reports on Oracle Ecosystem Partners

Upcoming ISG Provider Lens™ reports will evaluate service providers helping enterprises and public agencies modernize operations with Oracle applications and cloud technologies

Information Services Group (ISG) III, a leading global technology research and advisory firm, has launched a research study examining service providers that help enterprises and U.S. public sector agencies take advantage of Oracle enterprise software and cloud infrastructure technology.

The study results on Oracle ecosystem services for enterprises will be published in a comprehensive ISG Provider Lens™ report, called Oracle Ecosystem 2022, scheduled to be released in December. The report will cover companies offering services including consulting, implementation, integration and managed services. At the same time, ISG will publish the U.S. Public Sector Oracle Ecosystem 2022 report, covering providers with experience in developing and supporting Oracle solutions for public sector entities in the U.S.

Enterprise buyers will be able to use information from the reports to evaluate their current vendor relationships, potential new engagements and available offerings, while ISG advisors use the information to recommend providers to the firm's buy-side clients.

Enterprises worldwide have responded to the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic by speeding up strategies to integrate business systems, automate workloads and enhance core business functions. Amid the pandemic, public agencies in the U.S. have faced growing pressure to reduce costs and better serve constituents while operating under specific constraints that most companies do not face.

"Oracle is at the center of enterprise software transformation, including migration to the cloud," said Jan Erik Aase, partner and global leader, ISG Provider Lens Research. "Oracle partners are critical to companies and public agencies that want to benefit from Oracle's latest technologies."

The enterprise software industry, including giants like Oracle, has fast-tracked modernization of its products in response to these needs. Oracle's service provider partners help clients achieve their business goals using modern software enhanced with AI, machine learning and cloud capabilities. Oracle continues to invest in its partners by providing training programs and expanding their expertise, including enabling them to build customized solutions for business-specific challenges.

For the Oracle Ecosystem study, ISG has distributed surveys to more than 100 Oracle service providers. Working in collaboration with ISG's global advisors, the research team will produce three quadrants representing the digital services and products the typical enterprise is buying, based on ISG's experience working with its clients. The three quadrants are:

  • Consulting and Advisory Services, evaluating service providers that help enterprises maximize the value of existing and new Oracle investments in order to modernize, optimize and transform their business operations.
  • Implementation and Integration Services, assessing providers that specialize in implementing and integrating Oracle applications and infrastructure technologies for enterprises. Key capabilities include creating implementation plans and data migration strategies, deploying cloud environments and ensuring security and governance.
  • Managed Services, covering providers of turnkey managed services for running enterprise clients' businesses, including technical and operational tasks, with support delivered onsite, offsite or both. The providers should offer hands-on training in Oracle applications and technologies.

Geographically focused reports from the study will cover the global Oracle services market and examine products and services available in the U.S., Brazil and Germany. ISG analysts Arun Kumar Singh, Meenakshi Srivastava, Elaine Barth, Gabriel Sobanski and Ulrich Meister will serve as authors of the report.

A list of identified providers and vendors and further details on the study are available in this digital brochure.

For the U.S. Public Sector study, ISG has distributed surveys to approximately 50 providers of Oracle services to public sector clients in the U.S. The three quadrants are:

  • Consulting and Advisory Services, evaluating providers that help public sector clients modernize, optimize and transform their operations. Their services can include assessing an agency's maturity, improving and maintaining Oracle investments, developing future-state models, assessing security and developing governance processes.
  • Implementation and Integration Services, assessing providers specialized in implementation, migration and integration around Oracle applications and infrastructure technologies. The providers should have expertise in public sector organizational, operational and compliance requirements.
  • Managed Services, covering providers of turnkey managed services spanning applications, technology and infrastructure for public sector organizations using Oracle software and infrastructure.

A report will cover relevant services available in the U.S. public sector. ISG analysts Phil Hassey and Meenakshi Srivastava will serve as authors of the report.

A list of identified providers and vendors and further details on the U.S. public sector study are available in this digital brochure.

Providers not listed in either brochure can contact ISG and ask to be included in the studies.

All 2022 ISG Provider Lens™ evaluations now feature new and expanded customer experience (CX) data that measures genuine enterprise experience with specific provider services and solutions, based on ISG's continuous CX research. Enterprise customers wishing to share their experience about a specific provider or vendor are encouraged to register here to receive a personalized survey URL. Participants will receive a copy of this report in return for their feedback.

About ISG Provider Lens™ Research

The ISG Provider Lens™ Quadrant research series is the only service provider evaluation of its kind to combine empirical, data-driven research and market analysis with the real-world experience and observations of ISG's global advisory team. Enterprises will find a wealth of detailed data and market analysis to help guide their selection of appropriate sourcing partners, while ISG advisors use the reports to validate their own market knowledge and make recommendations to ISG's enterprise clients. The research currently covers providers offering their services globally, across Europe, as well as in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, the U.K., France, Benelux, Germany, Switzerland, the Nordics, Australia and Singapore/Malaysia, with additional markets to be added in the future. For more information about ISG Provider Lens research, please visit this webpage.

A companion research series, the ISG Provider Lens Archetype reports, offer a first-of-its-kind evaluation of providers from the perspective of specific buyer types.

About ISG

ISG (Information Services Group) III is a leading global technology research and advisory firm. A trusted business partner to more than 800 clients, including more than 75 of the world's top 100 enterprises, ISG is committed to helping corporations, public sector organizations, and service and technology providers achieve operational excellence and faster growth. The firm specializes in digital transformation services, including automation, cloud and data analytics; sourcing advisory; managed governance and risk services; network carrier services; strategy and operations design; change management; market intelligence and technology research and analysis. Founded in 2006, and based in Stamford, Conn., ISG employs more than 1,300 digital-ready professionals operating in more than 20 countries—a global team known for its innovative thinking, market influence, deep industry and technology expertise, and world-class research and analytical capabilities based on the industry's most comprehensive marketplace data. For more information, visit www.isg-one.com.

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Killexams : Orthopedic Companies Have Two Massive Logistics Problems

OTW spoke with former U.S. Army Logistics Officer, Ethan Lauer, about the logistics of Orthopedic and Spine products and he highlighted two massive problems.

According to Lauer, “The problem that orthopedics has is tons and tons of orders. The same rep has 20 surgeries a month, the distributor has 400, the manufacturer has 3,000…and all at different stages in this process.”

“In the orthopedic industry, when you ship finished goods out of SAP or Oracle, it goes out to the field and for the manufacturer it kind of disappears into a big gray smoke cloud. They don’t know where it is.”

“Manufacturers don’t have any idea of the stuff they have on the field that’s not being used in this place but could be used over in this other place. There’s a tremendous amount of inefficiency. The simplest way to describe it is this industry has billions of dollars of inventory invested and shipped into the field that’s rattling around in the trunks of sales reps and in their garages and in distributor offices and they don’t have any visibility of it anymore.”

Lauer explained, “The vast majority of inventory on these companies’ balance sheets is sitting out in the field and they have no system to track it, no visibility to track it.”

So, Lauer decided to light that up.

A U.S. Army Logistics Officer Tackles Orthopedics and Spine

Automation infrastructure from the 1970s and technology from the 1990s probably don’t make you think of operational efficiencies. However, for Lauer, they capture the essential logistical issues creating inefficiencies and cost in Orthopedics and Spine today.

“What we’re doing today started almost all the way back in 1994 or ‘95”, explained Lauer. “At that time I was an Army officer, I was a logistics officer in the cavalry. That job is all about making sure that bullets and ice and repair parts and medical supplies and other things are in the right place at the right time.”

Lauer continued, “So from a very young age I was kind of programmed in my thinking. In my operations-type thinking, I was programmed around systems. And we had systems in the Army, although they were 1970s automation infrastructure.”

Lauer explained, “So you had a computer that was in one location that you processed some stuff in and then you wrote a floppy disk out of that and you ran it up to the next location, whether that was down the street or 20 miles across the desert. Then you put that into another computer, as did like 20 other people, then all of that information got compiled together and then that got turned into a disk and it got sent somewhere else.”

Lauer added, “On those disks was all the same types of information that is being transferred now in Orthopedics. So, there’s a surgery scheduled somewhere and there’s some equipment that is needed at that surgery. Well, that’s no different than when there’s 20 soldiers in a location and they need to eat dinner tomorrow night, so we need to make sure the right number of MREs [meals ready-to-eat] get there when those guys are ready to eat.”

Learn Orthopedics From the Ground Up

“Roll forward to early 2000 when I got to the Orthopedic industry as a sales rep and you know at the time, and even today, corporate America hired a lot of junior military officers. Corporate America loves these guys and girls because they have all this experience doing things way above their age range.”

Lauer continued, “I got to this job as a sales rep and my boss says take this clipboard and this piece of paper and this pen over to Brackenridge Hospital and write down what Dr. Spann used today.”

Lauer chuckled as he added, “I thought I was getting hazed.”

It didn’t take long before Lauer began to use database tools to try to organize and automate the processes for his sales rep job. While he was there, the distributorship went through significant growth and according to Lauer, “I became a sales manager and an ops manager, so I was managing all of these processes. So, the system that we were developing—even more and more so—matured.”

Building Software for Ortho Sales Reps

A few years later, Lauer stopped selling implants and started a surgical neuromonitoring company where he also utilized his operations experience to solve logistics problems. Lauer told OTW, “I got over to neuromonitoring and I had all the same problems. All those logistics problems—what surgeries are tomorrow, what equipment needs to be there, what supplies got used, who needs to be billed, what person needs to go do this, who’s assigned to this—all the same exact problems except for now I owned the company, and I had the purse strings.”

Lauer continued, “I said I’m going to get some real software guys, not me being just a sorta hacker putting these things together. So, we developed a solution there and it was called NeuroStream, and we started selling that to other neuromonitoring companies. That’s really how I got bitten by the software bug basically.”

In 2010, Lauer began the process of selling his neuromonitoring company and he became reunited with his orthopedic buddies.  “When I circled back to my orthopedic buddies, they were all still doing the same thing—handwriting stuff, making lots of phone calls, sending lots of text messages, doing that kind of thing. So, in 2009, we created ImplantBase.”

Building Logistics Systems From the Rep Up, What a Concept!

Lauer’s ImplantBase approach was different than the approach taken by other Orthopedic and Spine companies. Instead of creating a system for manufacturers that sales reps had to use, Lauer decided to create something just for the sales reps.

Lauer explained OTW, “We said let’s build something that’s just a really fast way for a sales rep to create a sales order from their phone and turn that sales order in—because that’s ultimately the main thing that a rep cares about.”

During the first few years, sales reps would pay to use this very straightforward and yet very valuable service. As the rep’s reliance on the system grew, so did their needs. Lauer told OTW, “What happened after that was that other features started to get requested. So now they wanted to manage their inventory in ImplantBase, now they wanted to be able to submit loaner requests, then they wanted to be able to do sales reporting, then they wanted to be able to calculate commissions.”

After a while, manufacturers started paying attention to what ImplantBase was doing. Up until that point, manufacturers had struggled with getting sales reps to adopt their systems.

Lauer explained to OTW, “So manufacturers started coming to us, rolling this out to their sales force and then putting layers of manufacturer functionality on top of that sales rep functionality because that sales order function, it’s just two sides to the same coin.”

“So that’s the backstory. You know that thinking I learned in the Army about how to organize things and how to get things where they need to be on time and on target is what led me to experiencing this problem firsthand and then deciding to do something about it.”

97% Sales Rep Adoption

As of today, according to the company, the ImplantBase platform has a 100% implementation success rate with 50 medical device companies, processing over $5 billion of revenue and a 97% sales rep adoption rate.

Lauer explained how the company views its implementation success, telling OTW, “Our 100% success is every project that we have started, we have finished, and we have got them to go live.”

While implementation success is at 100%, field adoption is a few percentage points lower. That lower rate is because, as Lauer told OTW, “The Orthopedic sales force is largely a distributor-based sales force so they’re 1099s. They’re not direct employees.”

This means that essentially they can choose whether to take on new technology or keep doing what they are doing. For seasoned reps, this may mean that they choose to stick with their Day-Timer as Lauer explained. A Day-Timer, for younger readers, is a personal organizer and planner.

System Flexibility

A distinctive feature of ImplantBase is that its implementation is very flexible. That is perhaps one of the key reasons that ImplantBase can boast 100% implementation success. Lauer explained to OTW, “Our system is designed so that customers can phase their implementation. You can do it by when you’re going to your field rollout phase, you can do it by rep, you can do it by region, you can do it by distributor, you can do it by enthusiastic sales manager that wants to get this in place for all their reps and distributors. You can do it in a lot of different ways but still have inventory transaction and visibility continuity as well as revenue continuity.”

Scalability Without Throwing More Bodies at Problems

“There are a number of areas that people find ROI [return on investment] by using the ImplantBase approach, but number one is headcount stabilization within their internal operations.”

Lauer continued, “With ImplantBase, the inventory request gets entered one time from the phone and those people inside customer service go from being data entry people to data analysis people and really customer service people.”

“They don’t have to type in anything, they don’t have to verify lot numbers or do any of that stuff and so the efficiency as they grow is that the company doesn’t have to keep throwing bodies at problems inside customer service, inside field inventory, inside asset management. They don’t have to do any of that because we streamline. It’s the promise of digital transformation. And it’s nothing special about ImplantBase. It is just what digital transformation does for companies.”

Lauer elaborated, “It's not headcount reduction…it’s headcount stabilization. You can grow. We have companies that have grown four to seven times and haven’t added a single person in their field support operations. So that’s really where the ROI is, it’s in people. And in any one of these companies, it’s inventory and people that are their two top expense lines.”

Not One-Size-Fits-All

A key component of ImplantBase is its versatility. Lauer described to OTW, “ImplantBase serves all different sizes of orthopedic manufacturers. From very small companies that are just running on QuickBooks or QuickBooks online all the way up to 1,000 plus person implementations in companies that have big, comprehensive Oracle and SAP. We sell the product in a way that is modular, and it’s priced for each different size of customer. So we have SMB pricing, enterprise pricing.”

Lauer added, “ImplantBase is not a static thing. We put out a new version of ImplantBase every two weeks and in those versions are customer requested enhancements. We’re constantly wrapping ImplantBase around the needs of our customers. Both from their individual needs, whether that’s reporting or workflow processes or anything like that, as well as based on industry trends or regulatory changes, things like that.”

Lauer finished, “ImplantBase it’s not a one size fits all. It is a 450 sizes fits 450 people. Our feature set is 99.99% customer driven.”

Amateurs Talk Tactics, Professionals Study Logistics

As former U.S. Army logistics officer Ethan Lauer understands so well, “Amateurs talk about tactics, but professionals study logistics” (General Robert H. Barrow USMC).

And for mission critical jobs like surgery, well, again, we reach back to the great military leaders for guidance: “…in its relationship to strategy, logistics assumes the character of a dynamic force, without which the strategic conception is simply a paper plan.” (Theo Vogelsang, USN)

So, in conclusion, gentlemen and women of the Orthopedics and Spine Industry: may the (logistics) force be with you.

To reach former U.S. Army Logistics officer Ethan Lauer, please contact his company ImplantBase at: https://us.implantbase.com/company/contact-us.

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Killexams : Building A Culture Of Ownership In A Tech Organization

CIO at Oracle. A veteran tech exec with experience in cloud infrastructure services for the enterprise.

Coming into an organization as large as Oracle, with over 133,000 end-user employees, my leadership team and I wanted to adapt the culture to be more empathetic to the needs of our stakeholders while also giving our technology-driven organization a greater sense of ownership and satisfaction. During this journey, we found three core ideas particularly useful, which may also help your company Boost the services it provides to customers.

• You build it, you own it.

• The customer-centric mindset.

• Metrics matter.

These concepts focus on instilling a sense of responsibility through end-to-end ownership of every project, advocating customer-centricity and aligning on a common set of goals and measurable outcomes. We developed a data-driven work culture, streamlined and automated how we build, test and operate our services and changed and adopted a new set of tools and technologies to implement these DevOps and software-driven automation practices and principles. I’m sharing my approach and experience in hopes that it can help you build a culture of ownership in your own organization.

You Build It, You Own It

We had a siloed organization with separate engineering and operation functions—one team did the engineering, design and implementation, and another did testing and operations—resulting in disjointed ownership. For instance, developers were focused only on releasing the features quickly, with no sense of how they would be released in production. Operations, on the other hand, was focused on stability but without enough understanding of how the new features worked.

If your company is struggling with siloed functions, here are some ways to streamline operations that worked for Oracle.

• Consolidate a set of core functions to facilitate coordination as well as eliminate duplicated efforts and unnecessary complexity.

• Build and automate a streamlined methodology and a set of common foundational tools for planning, building, testing, deploying and operating services.

• Put in place a process for constantly improving the design, deployment and testing with automation.

• Invest in upskilling your staff with training and certifications and recruit some new hires focused on development as well as program and product management.

• Shift from manual operations to end-to-end automation at scale.

We gained significant improvements in agility, consistency, quality and velocity as a result of these changes.

Customer-Centric Mindset

When you think about a product, you should think about the end-to-end delivery of finished goods to a customer—not just your little piece of the project. We had engagement managers and business analysts doing tactical order-taking instead of being strategic, agile and customer-driven. This was a result of being primarily project-oriented, with siloed teams focusing on their own piece of the tech stacks and their own timelines rather than focusing on the customers’ problems.

This is a common problem across companies. Here are solutions you might want to adopt that made an impact on my organization.

• Incorporate the new agile tools and processes described above into a larger view of how you collaborate and track your work across partner teams.

• Modernized your collaboration tools to ensure your developers work closely together, share ideas, communicate rapidly and fix problems.

• Foster a customer-centric mindset into your work setup by creating personas of your users, which should illustrate how one set of capabilities doesn’t work for all users and that there are different needs based on the use cases. These personas should be developed and updated through continuous data collection and the creation of feedback loops so your teams know your users and what solutions are needed.

These principles and methodologies allowed our entire team to take ownership of the end-to-end experience we deliver to our stakeholders—the customer-centric mindset.

The Right Metrics

Not only can you not track what you don’t measure, but measuring the wrong things can lead to increased dissatisfaction among your customers and employees. After we reviewed and adapted our metrics, we found that they were focused almost exclusively on costs.

The following approaches can help ensure you get the whole picture.

• Incorporate other important factors such as delivery times, service quality, customer satisfaction, developer productivity, ROI and the total cost of ownership into your metrics.

• Create a feedback loop so you can regularly review and modify your metrics as necessary.

Another benefit of measuring what you do is that it provides guard rails, so while you’re thinking and acting innovatively, your solutions still deliver on the core requirements of being timely, cost-effective and efficient.

In summary, create a plan that puts the customer at the center, with clearly expressed goals. Then, move fast and iterate so you don’t lose momentum or delay the execution plans without showing any progress. These principles can help an IT organization quickly deliver high-quality and well-tested code and lead to internal productivity gains that you can track and report to the rest of the executive committee.


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Killexams : Junior Consultant Oracle ERP Application

Junior Consultant Oracle ERP Application

  • 13th month pay & Holiday allowance
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  • 32-40 hours p.w.

You are proactive, entrepreneurial, and service-oriented.

Motivator

You are a motivated and driven person.

Curious

You have an insatiable curiosity for new tech inventions.

Pioneer

Cutting-edge is your comfort zone.

Do you want to play a leading role in helping the world's largest organizations digitalize their business? Are you getting energized using automation as an enabler and help our clients become more efficient?

If you are looking for a position within IT, kickstart your career at Accenture. In the junior consultant Oracle ERP applications role, you will realize your ambitions in combination with the latest (Oracle) technologies in Finance, Enterprise Performance Management, Procurement or Supply Chain Management.
Accenture's clients have the ambition to Boost their businesses, reduce costs, simplify their IT-landscape and move to the 'New IT'. We bring value to our clients through the latest services and technologies helping them become high performers.
Personal growth, variety and teamwork are part of our core values, which play directly an important role as you start your career at Accenture. Your career at Accenture translates into continuous opportunities to expand your capabilities as we help clients become high-performance businesses.

Your Job

As Junior Consultant Oracle ERP Applications you are working in highly driven and often international team. Together you will be implementing the next generation of advanced Oracle Cloud Applications. This to help our clients become high performance organizations. During your job experience you will be working on projects with components like requirements gathering, design, implementation, application development, application management and application services.

You will specialize in one of the following directions:

  • Oracle ERP Cloud Applications (SaaS)

  • Core Finance, Accounts Payables, Accounts Receivables

  • Enterprise Performance Management

  • Procurement and provider management

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Your team

Accenture Technology leverages design thinking, industry insights and the latest digital and Security methodologies to help clients innovate, grow and Boost their businesses. Our expertise, capabilities and experience mean that our clients (including some of the biggest brands in the world) trust us to find the right solutions for their needs.

Together with our talented international colleagues, we focus on connecting the needs of businesses with the new possibilities that come with technological progress. Because that's where the real challenges are: inventing and testing things that have never been tried before, getting new applications ready for roll-out, and ultimately guiding clients to select and implement the right technologies - including state of the art Security solutions - to transform their businesses.

Your background

  • A bachelor's or master's degree containing an IT component or a bachelor's or master's degree in process related studies and other proof of IT affinity

  • 0-2 years of work experience

  • Mastery of the Dutch and English language in speech and writing.

  • You like working in teams, but you can also work independently.

  • Ability and willingness to travel as needed.

Our offer

Accenture is an incredible place to work - and keep learning. By joining us, you'll become part of a global company with a world-class brand and reputation. Besides the work we do for our clients, we're proud of our vibrant, diverse workplace culture: we believe in openness and honesty, fairness and equality, common sense and realism. We want to get to know the real you and help you explore and grow - whatever it is you're great at. So, you will always have lots of learning opportunities (formal and informal) to Boost your role-specific skills and expertise.

Besides our high-profile, challenging projects and our nurturing work environment, we offer excellent employee benefits, including:

  • A flexible transport arrangement that suits your personal situation (electric car or bicycle, flexible budget including NS business card)

  • An expense allowance

  • Discount on Accenture shares

Interested?

Are you ready to join Accenture for a career where you can be yourself and do what you love?

Your background

  • A bachelor's or master's degree containing an IT component or a bachelor's or master's degree in process related studies and other proof of IT affinity

  • 0-2 years of work experience

  • Mastery of the Dutch and English language in speech and writing.

  • You like working in teams, but you can also work independently.

  • Ability and willingness to travel as needed.

Our offer

Accenture is an incredible place to work - and keep learning. By joining us, you'll become part of a global company with a world-class brand and reputation. Besides the work we do for our clients, we're proud of our vibrant, diverse workplace culture: we believe in openness and honesty, fairness and equality, common sense and realism. We want to get to know the real you and help you explore and grow - whatever it is you're great at. So, you will always have lots of learning opportunities (formal and informal) to Boost your role-specific skills and expertise.

Besides our high-profile, challenging projects and our nurturing work environment, we offer excellent employee benefits, including:

  • A flexible transport arrangement that suits your personal situation (electric car or bicycle, flexible budget including NS business card)

  • An expense allowance

  • Discount on Accenture shares

Interested?

Are you ready to join Accenture for a career where you can be yourself and do what you love?

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Killexams : Accenture Named a Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide

Accenture Named a Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide

For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has been named a Leader in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. This Magic Quadrant assessed the relative positioning of 19 service providers based on completeness of vision and ability to execute worldwide in delivering the full life cycle of Oracle Cloud Application services.

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For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture has been named a Leader in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. (Photo: Business Wire)

For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture has been named a Leader in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. (Photo: Business Wire)

According to the report, “‘By year-end 2024, 75% of Oracle application services revenue will be cloud-related as enterprises accelerate their move to the cloud in response to the massive disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.” Additionally, “70% of large ERP deployments will be executed by predominantly remote rather than on-site implementation teams,” and, “60% of organizations will select integrated financial management capabilities as their preferred approach to process automation.”

“Accenture’s longstanding alliance with Oracle and our full spectrum of industry and function solutions continue to propel clients around the world to realize the full potential of the cloud, driving better business outcomes across the board. We believe our recognition as a Leader in the Gartner report is a testament to this, and a strong indicator of future success in delivering greater value for customers via Oracle technologies,” said Phillip Hazen, senior managing director and Accenture Oracle Business Group lead.

According to Gartner, “Organizations are looking for a vendor that can support them throughout their cloud adoption journey — from designing the transformation, implementing the solution to ongoing support for their cloud environments. This demands excellent abilities to understand the client’s business requirements and to collaborate in an ongoing way. Vendors that can do both of these in addition to demonstrating excellence in technology enablement are those that are most successful in this market.”

Accenture has deep global capability across a range of Oracle solutions with thousands of Oracle-skilled consultants worldwide who help accelerate digital transformation by implementing Oracle-based business solutions and new business processes that develop and evolve as their digital business grows. Accenture has teamed with Oracle for over 30 years and is a member of Oracle Partner Network. For more information on the Accenture and Oracle relationship, visit www.accenture.com/oracle.

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Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

Gartner Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Application Services, Worldwide 20 April 2022, by Analyst(s): Gunjan Gupta, Denis Torii, Alan Stanley, Akshit Malik, Rajib Gupta, Eric Cheung

About Accenture

Accenture is a global professional services company with leading capabilities in digital, cloud and security. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries, we offer Strategy and Consulting, Technology and Operations services and Accenture Song — all powered by the world’s largest network of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Operations centers. Our 710,000 people deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity every day, serving clients in more than 120 countries. We embrace the power of change to create value and shared success for our clients, people, shareholders, partners and communities. Visit us at accenture.com.

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Killexams : Enterprise Application Market Size, Share Report, Forecast Between 2022 to 2028

New Jersey, United States – Enterprise Application Market 2022 – 2028, Size, Share, and Trends Analysis Research Report Segmented with Type, Component, Application, Growth Rate, Region, and Forecast | key companies profiled -IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, and others.

The Enterprise Application Market development is credited to the developing significance of business-situated undertaking applications, which can be altered for basic business necessities and sent on different stages across corporate organisations. Undertaking application arrangements combined with AI models empower endeavors to diminish vulnerability and settle on information-driven business choices. Venture application is exceptionally appropriate for advancing simpler correspondence, further developing business productivity, and setting out new open doors for a market extension. The developing interest among organizations for a solitary answer to assist them with tackling business issues drives the development of the endeavor application market.

According to our latest report, the Enterprise Application market, which was valued at US$ million in 2022, is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximate percent over the forecast period.

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Organizations use undertaking application programming, which incorporates various applications like client relationship the board (CRM), business insight, store network the executives, and internet business frameworks and can be modified for explicit business needs and sent across corporate organisations on different stages. As firms develop, organisations request business-arranged endeavor applications that encode corporate strategies, rules, and cycles and are inherent in consistency with explicit business prerequisites. With an increase in the number of versatile clients in workplaces, these applications can assist representatives with performing better. This likewise helps with the improvement of correspondence, increments corporate effectiveness, and permits them to uncover new income creating market potential open doors.

Besides, venture application keeps on becoming standard, as additional enormous endeavors are thinking about the extraction capacities for getting significant experiences from huge information, which is shrewd for the Enterprise Application market. In any case, the little and medium scale venture section is supposed to become the most, and this pattern is supposed to go on during the figure time frame. The little and medium scale organizations are moving their business to a computerized stage, limited scope organizations are involving endeavor application answers for various purposes and it is assisting them with turning out to be more useful, more brilliant, and effective. In the UK, the CRM product segment held over 30% enterprise application market share in 2022, owing to the increasing uptake of CRM enterprise applications for the implementation of AI, big data, IoT, and connected devices. CRM solutions boost employee productivity, enhance customer engagement & retention, and offer various other business benefits.

Division Segment

Based on a product by industry vertical, the healthcare sector will account for a significant share of the CRM segment by 2028. Healthcare providers deal with a massive number of private and confidential datasets of their customers, thus requiring reliable CRM solutions for management. These solutions also help providers access customer data quickly, reducing the chances of casualties.
Based on Component, the market is segmented into Solutions and Services.

Based on Solution Type, the market is segmented into Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relation Management, Business Process Management, Enterprise Asset Management, Business Intelligence, Content Management systems, and Others. The Solution segment dominated the enterprise application market with the largest revenue share in 2022. Enterprise Application Solutions are a collection of software programs that businesses utilize to Boost their operations and business effectiveness.

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Regional Analysis
Based on Regions, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Middle East & Africa. The Asia Pacific registered a promising revenue share in the enterprise application market in 2022. This is due to the widespread use of mobile enterprise application services and solutions by businesses. The significant rise in the APAC area is due to a number of causes, including massive economic advancements, globalization and foreign direct investments, increased smartphone penetration, and internet uptake in the workforce.

Competitors List

The market research report covers the analysis of key stakeholders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, SAP SE, Salesforce.com, Inc., Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Company, IFS AB, QAD, Inc. (Thoma Bravo), Epicor Software Corporation, and Infor, Inc. (Koch Industries).

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  • It identifies recent advancements, Enterprise Application market shares, and important market participants’ tactics.
  • It examines the competitive landscape, including significant firms’ Enterprise Application market share and accepted growth strategies over the last five years.
  • The research includes complete company profiles for the leading Enterprise Application market players, including product offers, important financial information, current developments, SWOT analysis, and strategies.

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Killexams : MST Solutions Is Acquired by Mastek, Expanding Service Offerings On A Global Scale

MST Solutions Is Acquired by Mastek, Expanding Service Offerings On A Global Scale

MST Solutions, an independent Salesforce consulting and system integration partner, has announced its acquisition by Mastek (NSE: MASTEK) – a publicly traded Digital Engineering and Cloud Transformation partner with a global client base.

This acquisition will grow MST’s service offerings and deep bench of resources while opening doors to a global market. In turn, Mastek will further strengthen their Customer Experience service line, validating its commitment to bringing velocity and innovation to their clients’ digital transformation journey.

MST Solutions Founder and CEO, Thiru Thangarathinam, had this to say:

“We’re thrilled to join the Mastek family. We share a strong cultural alignment and a deep commitment to the growth and experience for our colleagues. Partnering with Mastek is the right choice for us to expand into a global market with a continued focus on delivering outcomes for our customers. By combining our decade of experience in the Salesforce ecosystem across multiple clouds with Mastek’s global scale, we’ll be able to deliver value across a wide range of service offerings.”

Both Mastek and MST Solutions share a strong culture that reflects their mutual commitment to a service mindset through a foundation built on their core values. The synergies between both organizations are expected to create expanded growth opportunities and a richer experience for their customers. Hiral Chandrana, Global CEO of Mastek, adds:

“Mastek’s Business Outcomes and Industry First DNA paired with MST’s Salesforce led innovation capabilities, will only strengthen the value we will deliver to our customers and help them in their journey to Decomplex Digital. This acquisition is expected to significantly increase our market share in existing accounts across industries in the Americas and provide a foundation to scale our Digital Transformation business globally.”

President and Global Chief Growth Officer, Raman Sapra, also adds:

“Mastek has built a Build-Buy-Partner strategic vision for Digital & Cloud services, and Salesforce is identified as a growth opportunity. MST brings in all the right attributes with deep expertise in Salesforce clouds to help us achieve this strategy and provide differentiated industry solutions.”

For more details, visit MST Solutions’ website at: MST Solutions | Certified Salesforce Consulting Partner in Arizona

About Mastek - Mastek is a turnkey & trusted Digital Engineering & Cloud Transformation partner that delivers Innovative Solutions and Business Outcomes for clients in Healthcare & Life Sciences, Retail, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Government/Public Sector, etc. We enable customer success and business change programs by partnering with enterprises to unlock the power of data, modernize applications to the cloud, and accelerate digital advantage for all stakeholders. Customers Trust Mastek to deliver Business Value with Velocity and we operate in 40+ countries including the UK, Americas, Europe, Middle East, APAC with ~5000 employees. We are in the business of de-complexing Digital and making our clients future-ready with an industry-first approach. Evosys, a Mastek company, is an Oracle Partner and a leading Oracle Cloud implementation and consultancy provider and has executed programs for 1,300+ Oracle Cloud clients. For more details, please visit our website www.mastek.com.

About MST Solutions - Founded in 2012, MST Solutions is the largest independent Salesforce consulting partner in the American Southwest region. With Summit level status in the Salesforce ecosystem and a 5 out 5 Customer Satisfaction score, they’re service experts who take service to a whole new level. Through the framework of a proven effective Roadmap to Results, their team of Salesforce architects, developers, project managers, and administrators add their expertise to your team to craft agile, innovative solutions that answer your organization’s operational challenges today and grow as you grow. MST Solutions is now a Mastek Ltd company.

Acknowledgements: Canaccord Genuity served as exclusive financial advisor to MST Solutions, and Weiss Brown served as legal counsel.

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emma@mstsolutions.com

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Killexams : Intermediate – Senior Java Developer (SAP) (CPT/JHB) at Datafin Recruitment – Gauteng Woodmead

ENVIRONMENT:

A rapidly growing Software Specialist seeks the expertise of a highly analytical & forward-thinking Intermediate – Senior Java Developer (SAP) to join its team. Your core role will include developing server & client applications in Java for international retail chains. You must possess a University Degree in Information Science or similar discipline, have 7-10 years’ experience in a similar role, extensive experience developing retail POS solutions, knowledge of PMLC & your tech toolset should include Java, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, SQL, Eclipse, Spring, SVN, Junit, Web Services, GWT, CI (Jenkins, Nexus), SQL for Oracle and/or SQL Server & strong knowledge of integration to SAP. You must also be the holder of a valid passport as both local and international travel will be expected.

DUTIES:

  • Development of server and client applications in Java for international retail chains.
  • Analysis, design and implementation of specific solutions.
  • Work in an international production team.
  • UI programming (SWING, HTML5, CSS).
  • Integrate third-party solutions (SOAP, REST, iDocs).
  • Hardware integration (e.g., card terminal, POS printer, fingerprint sensors).
  • Design, prototype and implement new software solutions and extensions.
  • Create technical instructions or documentations (UML, Wiki, SDK, etc.).
  • Report and line printing using JasperReports, iText.

REQUIREMENTS:

Qualifications –

  • University Degree in Information Science, IT specialist or similar education background.

Experience/Skills –

  • 7-10 Years’ working experience in a similar role.
  • Extensive experience developing retail Point of Sale solutions, preferably JAVA based.
  • Experience developing enterprise solutions in Java.
  • Knowledge and understanding of PMLC.
  • Very good knowledge of Java, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, SQL.
  • Eclipse, Spring, SVN, Junit, Web Services, GWT, CI (Jenkins, Nexus).
  • Good knowledge of SQL for Oracle and / or SQL Server.
  • Knowledge of integration to SAP is a strong requirement.
  • Extensive Travel internationally for protracted periods of time and locally in support of active projects.
  • A valid passport.

Advantageous –

  • Knowledge of the SAP solution.
  • Able to speak in German.

ATTRIBUTES:

  • Excellent business standard language in English, oral and written.
  • Ability to work within a team.
  • Independence and responsibility.

While we would really like to respond to every application, should you not be contacted for this position within 10 working days please consider your application unsuccessful.

COMMENTS:

When applying for jobs, ensure that you have the minimum job requirements. OnlySA Citizens will be considered for this role. If you are not in the mentioned location of any of the jobs, please note your relocation plans in all applications for jobs and correspondence. Please e-mail a word copy of your CV to [Email Address Removed] and mention the reference numbers of the jobs. We have a list of jobs on [URL Removed] Datafin IT Recruitment – Cape Town Jobs.

Desired Skills:

Learn more/Apply for this position

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Killexams : Intermediate – Senior Java Developer (SAP) (CPT/JHB) at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT:

A rapidly growing Software Specialist seeks the expertise of a highly analytical & forward-thinking Intermediate – Senior Java Developer (SAP) to join its team. Your core role will include developing server & client applications in Java for international retail chains. You must possess a University Degree in Information Science or similar discipline, have 7-10 years’ experience in a similar role, extensive experience developing retail POS solutions, knowledge of PMLC & your tech toolset should include Java, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, SQL, Eclipse, Spring, SVN, Junit, Web Services, GWT, CI (Jenkins, Nexus), SQL for Oracle and/or SQL Server & strong knowledge of integration to SAP. You must also be the holder of a valid passport as both local and international travel will be expected.

DUTIES:

  • Development of server and client applications in Java for international retail chains.
  • Analysis, design and implementation of specific solutions.
  • Work in an international production team.
  • UI programming (SWING, HTML5, CSS).
  • Integrate third-party solutions (SOAP, REST, iDocs).
  • Hardware integration (e.g., card terminal, POS printer, fingerprint sensors).
  • Design, prototype and implement new software solutions and extensions.
  • Create technical instructions or documentations (UML, Wiki, SDK, etc.).
  • Report and line printing using JasperReports, iText.

REQUIREMENTS:

Qualifications –

  • University Degree in Information Science, IT specialist or similar education background.

Experience/Skills –

  • 7-10 Years’ working experience in a similar role.
  • Extensive experience developing retail Point of Sale solutions, preferably JAVA based.
  • Experience developing enterprise solutions in Java.
  • Knowledge and understanding of PMLC.
  • Very good knowledge of Java, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, SQL.
  • Eclipse, Spring, SVN, Junit, Web Services, GWT, CI (Jenkins, Nexus).
  • Good knowledge of SQL for Oracle and / or SQL Server.
  • Knowledge of integration to SAP is a strong requirement.
  • Extensive Travel internationally for protracted periods of time and locally in support of active projects.
  • A valid passport.

Advantageous –

  • Knowledge of the SAP solution.
  • Able to speak in German.

ATTRIBUTES:

  • Excellent business standard language in English, oral and written.
  • Ability to work within a team.
  • Independence and responsibility.

While we would really like to respond to every application, should you not be contacted for this position within 10 working days please consider your application unsuccessful.

COMMENTS:

When applying for jobs, ensure that you have the minimum job requirements. OnlySA Citizens will be considered for this role. If you are not in the mentioned location of any of the jobs, please note your relocation plans in all applications for jobs and correspondence. Please e-mail a word copy of your CV to [Email Address Removed] and mention the reference numbers of the jobs. We have a list of jobs on [URL Removed] Datafin IT Recruitment – Cape Town Jobs.

Desired Skills:

Learn more/Apply for this position

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