Since SAP announced plans to buy Concur, cloud expense management has become a front burner topic. But how does cloud expense challenger Certify see the market? We talked to CEO Bob Neveu to find out.
Jon Reed has been involved in enterprise communities since 1995, including time spent building ERP recruiting and training firms. These days, Reed is a (cough) blogger/analyst and also counsels vendors and startups on go-to-market strategy. He is an SAP Ment
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It's not always easy to stay up-to-date with the technical and functional aspects of EBS. The application changes and evolves, your areas of focus may change over time; maybe you have new team members that need an update. Oracle University now has a new learning solution designed to help you to stay in touch when and where you want. It's called the Oracle Learning Stream. There are different streams by product and we have one specially for EBS, the
Enterprise IT adoption cycle diagram made by Simon Wardley made me feel sad and funny at the same time. I found it one of the best visualizations of many situations I’ve been in the past when working on PLM sales and implementation situations. This is a brilliant reflection of technology adoption route for IT department – ignore, prevent, tolerate, allow, integrate (credit Joe Drumgoole tweet).
It has been released earlier this week, time to move to VMWare ESXi. My workaround I described here is still working. To make it short, updating the ovf file as below: 1. ovf:capacity=(ovf:capacity*2)-64512 (I used diskMode=thin in the VM disks’ definition for the import) 2. 3. oracleLinux64Guest oracleLinux64Guest
Purchasing Document Open Interface (PDOI) code was rewritten in order to accommodate new features that
enhances the PDOI functionality and to make it consistent across the
Purchasing module. Some of the features implemented are:
Here at Siebel Essentials, we are always on the watch for interesting developments around Siebel CRM. A few weeks ago, a new company - Siebel Private Cloud - appeared on the internet. They offer Siebel CRM in the cloud, ranging from sandboxes to full production scale deployments without the hassle of installing, maintaining and securing a Siebel server environment.