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Innovation, best practices, and strategies on how to modernize your supply chain for a strategic advantage are just a few of the things you will learn at Modern Supply Chain Experience, presented by Oracle, taking place February 13–15, 2017, at the San Jose Convention Center.
Designed specifically for business leaders who are responsible for end-to-end supply chain solutions and for supply chain professionals who have a focused supply chain expertise, this is the place to get expert advice from industry leaders, network with your peers, and hear from customers who have either made or are making the transition to the cloud.
3 Days | 2,000 Attendees | 7 Focused Solution Areas | 120+ Sessions | 60 Partners
Choose from more than 150 sessions offering strategic insights, best practices, and innovative discussions in every aspect of supply chain management:
Learn from experts on how to gain strategic advantage with an end-to-end supply chain and how to connect and collaborate better across business functions and with trading partners.
Discover the latest in cloud-based transportation management, global trade management, inventory and warehouse management, and order management solutions.
Network with maintenance customers and experts and be the first to learn about Oracle’s highly anticipated Oracle Maintenance Cloud solution as well as Oracle E-Business Suite solutions.
Learn how global manufacturers are leveraging mobility, analytics, the Internet of Things, and the cloud to improve operation delivery times, reduce costs, improve productivity, and ensure regulatory compliance.
Get the latest updates on Oracle Procurement solutions, customer experiences, and partner solutions covering Oracle Procurement Cloud and Oracle E-Business Suite solutions.
Hear from customers and experts on how they are building transformative product value chains that rapidly innovate, develop, and commercialize for more-profitable products and services.
Get the latest innovations in demand management, supply planning, trade management, service supply chain, and integrated business planning.