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Oracle Corporation

August 10, 2009 08:00 ET

Oracle Integrates Oracle's Value Chain Planning Applications With Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Oracle® Application Integration Architecture Connects Industry Leading ERP to the Information-Driven Value Chain

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News Facts

  • Delivering on its Applications Unlimited commitment to continually enhance products, Oracle today announced the Oracle® Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Process Integration Pack (PIP) for Oracle's Value Chain Planning applications to Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
  • Oracle AIA provides a complete and open way for organizations to integrate end-to-end business processes across a broad range of custom, Oracle or third-party applications, enabling greater efficiencies, an increased competitive edge and a lower total cost of ownership.
  • With this integration, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers gain powerful capabilities not available in their current solution to enable best-practices in trade management, demand signal management, risk management, supply and distribution planning, demand management, advanced forecasting, sales and operations planning, inventory postponement, collaborative planning and corporate-wide planning performance management.
  • Oracle will continue to support the existing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Supply Chain Planning applications, protecting customer investment while simultaneously enabling a gradual adoption of the industry leading modules from Oracle's Value Chain Planning applications.
  • Oracle recently received the highest rating in Gartner's Supply Chain Planning Process Automation MarketScope report.(1)

Oracle AIA Integration Extends the Value of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Customer Investments

  • Integration between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Oracle's Value Chain Planning applications delivers key supply chain capabilities that help drive business insights and revenue growth, including:
    • Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning: Provides comprehensive unconstrained and constraint-based manufacturing, distribution and supply chain planning to synchronize operations across the entire supply chain.
    • Oracle's Demantra: Enables leading demand management, continuous sales and operations planning, and end-to-end trade management processes for improved demand visibility, forecast accuracy, and profitability.
    • Oracle Advanced Planning Command Center: Bridges the gap between corporate performance management and planning analytics by providing extensive scenario management for supply chain analysis, risk management, and sales and operations planning, combined with configurable corrective action alerts.
    • Oracle Inventory Optimization: Allows minimization of inventory investment while improving service levels and considering cost, budgets and customer commitments in a multi-echelon supply chain.
    • Oracle Strategic Network Optimization: Enables network design and sourcing optimization decisions and fast S&OP scenario analysis for planned and unplanned supply chain events.
    • Oracle Production Scheduling: Helps improve shop floor throughput by optimizing schedules around floating bottlenecks.

Extend Oracle's Value Chain Planning Solution Beyond Oracle AIA Integration

  • Oracle Value Chain Planning also provides comprehensive solutions for demand signal management (Oracle Demand Signal Repository), service parts management (Oracle Service Parts Planning), and collaborative forecasting and replenishment (Oracle Collaborative Planning).
  • In addition, Oracle Value Chain Planning extends beyond the traditional supply chain by offering out-of-the-box integration with Oracle Transportation Management and Oracle's Siebel CRM.

Supporting Quotes

  • "Oracle Value Chain Planning offers a complete, integrated and modular solution that spans operational to strategic planning across all time horizons of the planning cycle," said Lenley Hensarling, Oracle Group Vice President and General Manager, Oracle's JD Edwards and Applications Unlimited. "The Oracle AIA-based integration enables our customers to better sense demand, shape for profitability and quickly respond to supply chain events. They can now achieve best-in-class processes such as sales and operations planning, supply chain risk management and integrated supply planning and scheduling, all supported through comprehensive performance management and monitoring."

General Availability

  • The Oracle Application Integration Architecture Process Integration Pack for Oracle's Value Chain Planning applications to Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is currently available.

Supporting Resources

1) Gartner, Inc. "MarketScope for Supply Chain Planning: Process Automation, 2009" by Tim Payne, April 28, 2009

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About Oracle Supply Chain Management

Oracle Supply Chain Management applications are complete, open and integrated solutions that power the Information-Driven Value Chain. The industry's most comprehensive portfolio of industry-specific supply chain applications, Oracle SCM spans all aspects of the value chain including planning, procurement, manufacturing, logistics and service, all with end-to-end supply chain intelligence. With Oracle SCM, companies achieve operational excellence, accelerate innovation and manage risk and compliance.

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