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Oracle's E-Business Suite 12.2.4 Offers Cloud-Centric Apps

28/08/2014 by

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Oracle has refreshed its E-Business Suite to provide more integration with the company's cloud services and to add enhancements based on customer feedback.

It’s also made it more tablet friendly.

Oracle announced the release of E-Business Suite 12.2.4 on Aug. 13, saying the latest version will "optimize business processes and reduce costs."

Customers using version 12.2 can use online patching to upgrade.

"With Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2.4, Oracle continues to modernize the user interface and deliver new customer-driven capabilities across the applications, while reducing the costs of owning and running Oracle E-Business Suite," Cliff Godwin, senior vice president of Oracle Applications Development, said in a statement.

The update improves many areas within the enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite.
The Financials portion has been integrated with Oracle Revenue Management Cloud to let users leverage the revenue compliance and recognition benefits of that product.

Enhancements in Project Contracts and Project Billing lets U.S. federal contractors improve cash flow, increase transparency and automate billing.

Purchasing has been improved with changes that provide more buyer productivity in dealing with large orders. The changes include Web ADI-enabled spreadsheet creation, as well as modifications to purchase order lines, schedules and distributions.

Oracle has developed a new HTML user interface for the ERP suite's Order Management application to provide "improved usability, greater flexibility and a more modern user experience," the company said.

Oracle has added an application called Yard Management for manufacturers, distribution and asset-intensive organizations. The software lets users manage and track trailers and their contents into, within and out of the yards of distribution centers, production campuses, transportation terminals, and other facilities.

To help modernize human resource management practices, Oracle has added to the payroll dashboard at-a-glance readiness checks, validation and analytical views of the entire payroll cycle.

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