Most organizations that currently use Oracle EBS to manage their operations are at cross-roads in terms of deciding on their go-forward application strategy. The options are many and the choice between staying on EBS vs. moving to Oracle’s Cloud ERP is not necessarily an easy one. In fact, the answer could be different for each situation.

In this five-part series on Comparing Oracle EBS & Cloud ERP, we aim to help you in your decision-making process by comparing the functionality between EBS and Cloud ERP in terms of features, business impacts and use cases.  We also try to bring out the nuances involved in moving from EBS to the cloud in terms of data, processes and technology – all key factors that would need to be considered while making this decision.

In this first webinar of the series, we will consider the enterprise model in both applications as well as how the financial base and general ledger are implemented. We will highlight the similarities and differences between the two applications and touch on the equivalences and comparative benefits.

 What You'll Learn:

  • Differences and similarities between Oracle EBS & Cloud ERP in enterprise structure, general ledger & base financials
  • The do’s and don’ts of data conversion from EBS to Cloud
  • Points to consider when making a decision between staying on EBS vs. implementing Cloud ERP

Event Details:

  • DATE:  August 12, 2020
  • TIME: 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM (PST)
Speakers:

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Diby Mukherjee, Vice President of Enterprise Applications at OSI Digital 
Diby is responsible for OSI Digital’s Business Applications practice and works closely with customers using Oracle’s suite of products, notably EBS and Cloud applications. He has a number of years of experience implementing and consulting with organizations that have leveraged Oracle Applications to manage and improve their business efficiencies. Diby has worked with a broad range of industries from manufacturing to bio-tech, with the goal of driving tangible results from ERP investments.

 



Facilitated By:

Karen

Karen Dosanjh, Vice-President, Marketing at OSI Digital
Throughout her over 20-year career, Karen has built a proven reputation as a trusted advisor and expert in marketing, communications & public relations. She is laser-focused on helping companies achieve their business goals by connecting with and influencing key audiences through authentic and insightful marketing communications strategies. Karen leads the global marketing function for OSI Digital, a leading provider of business and technology solutions for Fortune 500 companies around the world.

 

 


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