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4Agenda La Stratégie Oracle EnterpriseOne 8.12 World Roadmap Scénarii d’évolution
5La stratégie Oracle PROTECT Protéger votre investissement EXTEND Accroitre la valeur de vos applicationsEVOLVE Accompagner vers la prochaine génération d’applications.
7Votre système d’information représente un investissement considérable votre InvestissementPeopleSoft Enterprise$Votre système d’information représente un investissement considérableJD Edwards EnterpriseOne$JD Edwards World$Oracle E-Business Suite$
8Qui sera préservé dans le futur Supporté au moinsjusqu’envotre InvestissementPeopleSoft Enterprise$2013Qui sera préservé dans le futurJD Edwards EnterpriseOne$2013JD Edwards World$2013Oracle E-Business Suite$2013
13PeopleSoft Enterprise Version 8.9Version 9JD Edwards EnterpriseOneVersion 8.11Version 8.12JD Edwards WorldVersion A7.3 & A8.1Version A9Oracle E-Business SuiteVersion 11i.10Version 12Alors que chacune des lignes de produit sera “Protected” et “Extended“ dans le futur…
14Next Generation Applications PeopleSoft EnterpriseVersion 8.9Version 9Zoom sur la version 8.12JD Edwards EnterpriseOneVersion 8.11Version 8.12JD Edwards WorldVersion A7.3 & A8.1Version A9Oracle E-Business SuiteVersion 11i.10Version 12&Next Generation Applications… Une Nouvelle génération de solution applicative sera développée et distribuée
15The Value of Your Software Investment. AgendaLa stratégie OracleEnterpriseOne 8.12World RoadmapScénarii d’évolutionProtect. Extend. Evolve.The Value of Your Software Investment.
16Release 8.12 Design Principles Deep and Adaptive Global ProcessesDeep and Adaptive Industry ProcessesSuperior Ownership ExperienceRelease 8.12 Design Principles
18Supply Management Nouveau Module 8.12 : Sourcing Opérationnel Analyze Data*Develop EventPublish EventSuppliers RespondCompare ResponsesAward EventSpend & supplier analyticsMarket differentiation analysisItem configuration and optionsOpen or sealed eventsEvent and line level questionsInvite suppliers or ad-hoc biddersItems and services in same eventinvited bidders with event details and sign-on informationRestrict buyers from changing the eventPDF / XML output will be availableMandatory registration for ad-hoc biddersOnline response (or proxy)Enable or disable visibility to response scoresAnalyze as score attributesView three bid responses at once, in summary, or detailAllow splits to multiple suppliersCreate purchase or blanket orderConvert ad- hoc bidder to supplierConvert ad- hoc item to item masterJD Edwards EnterpriseOne Operational Sourcing is concentrated on providing the primary functionality to create, manage and award an RFx sourcing event for a mixture of inventory items or services using the internet as the communication medium between the buyer and bidders. This solution is designed for mid-enterprise companies or autonomous divisions of larger organizations where consolidation of enterprise-wide quantities is not required. This new module is fully integrated into the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne supply chain and procurement offering. The result is a solution that encompasses all phases of an integrated supplier life cycle, starting with making critical sourcing decisions to supplier payments.Oracle’s ApproachOracle developed 8.12 Operational Sourcing based on a) customer-expressed needs and b) the needs of mid size companiesLarge organizations have different needs—more complex and sophisticatedOur customers and mid size companies need a solution that fits basic needs at a low Total Cost of Ownership. They do not typically have the purchasing volume to drive quick and dramatic ROI.They focus on becoming Lean (mfg) and building better and more efficient supplier relationshipsThey want the core functionality in their ERP solution. Not an Add on or bolt on that requires integration servicesDevelop Sourcing Event:Open or Sealed EventsEvent and Line Level QuestionsFlexible Question DefinitionCommodity Based QuestionsWeighting of Questions and Possible ResponsesInvite Suppliers or Adhoc BiddersItems and Services in Same EventSave and Continue capabilityPublish Event:Creates s to invited bidders with event details and sign-on informationRestricts the buyer from changing the event unless it is paused – a new set of s is sent if this occursPDF/XML output will be availableSuppliers Respond:Bidder RegistrationMandatory for ad-hoc biddersCaptures Address Book dataBidder ResponseOnline response (or Proxy)Visibility to response scores (if enabled)Bid Responses unavailable to the Buyer until Bidder submits as Posted.Response Comparisons:Bid Analysis and ComparisonAnalyze as Score attributesView three bid responses at once, in summary or detailBid AwardAllows Splits to Multiple SuppliersCreates Purchase or Blanket OrderConverts Ad-hoc Bidder to SupplierConverts Ad-hoc Item to Item MasterAdditional FYI—regarding abandonment of reverse auction strategyOver the years, our customers have told us they would like to be able to perform reverse auctions on some highly commoditized items but don’t have the volumes across a commodity group to interest the larger distributors to participate. We are not pursuing a reverse auction strategy because:Auctions are regarded as Price onlyDifficult to compare other cost elementsNegative to building Supplier RelationshipsSuited to local ‘commoditized’ items in larger quantitiesDifficult for ‘Engineer-to-Order’ items due to lack of biddersBuyer typically committed to buy at lowest value or score, even if cost is higher than desiredBuyers are interested in participation in sell side Auctions to snipe an investment deal*Accomplished outside of 8.12 Sourcing functionality
20Food & Beverage Industry 3 Nouveaux modules en 8.12 Grower Management (Suivi des Cultures)Suivi des caractéristiques de parcelles & des cultures, pour un contrôle des processus réplicables.Grower Pricing and Payments (Tarification des récoltes)Améliore la visibilité et le contrôle sur les contrats avec les cultivateurs.Grower ManagementCrop Growers are refining their growing processes through identifying and duplicating successful techniques. Tracking the attributes of a block of land and the operations performed throughout the growing period has been difficult to capture, but vital to understanding the effects on crop production and maturity dates.JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower Management allows growers to capture both the vital block details and attributes, as well and the activities performed throughout the entire growing season.Grower Pricing and PaymentsSuccess in agri-business is tied to the ability to gain control over supply. Today’s agri-business producers are looking to establish agreements and then track and monitor compliance of terms and conditions with their growers. While many software vendors have solutions that can create a contract document and retain all the revisions and amendments, few are able to provide detailed compliance tracking. The new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Grower Pricing and Payment solution is designed to help agri-business producers gain visibility and control over their contracts with growers. This module, fully integrated with the new Grower Management offering, will enable companies to enter pertinent terms and conditions in the system and effectively edit and monitor them for compliance.Blend ManagementIncreasing global competition, mergers and acquisitions and technical innovations in the food and beverage and wine industry are forcing producers to seek fully integrated business automation solutions based on ERP to help improve operational effectiveness and efficiency. These producers are looking for increased visibility, repeatable processes and quality control. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Blend Management is a solution that addresses the growingrequirements of the agri-beverage industry. This EnterpriseOne module focuses on tracking lot attributes from the source of supply through to the bottled finished product with a goal of driving process repeatability, label integrity and award-winning results. This new offering is also fully integrated with existing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP systems such as inventory, address book, procurement and accounting for end-to-end business visibility and control.Blend Management (Cuverie & assemblages)Etablir et maintenir la qualité des lots par le suivi des attributs des lots depuis la culture jusqu’au produit fini.CONFIDENTIAL: All capabilities and dates are for planning purposes only and may not be used in any contract
21Automotive Industry Enhanced Transportation Shipment Sequencing Recommendations Cartons et Information etiquetteSequence Demande & LivraisonTraitement de la demandeCréation de la commande“Pick, pack, ship” par séquence spécifique de livraisonEdition des étiquettes par séquence de livraison.Support de structure d’expédition multi-niveaux tels que des cartons sur des palettes.Capture EDI TransactionHIGH LEVEL ENHANCEMENT DESCRIPTIONEnables the receiver of goods to:specify the order in which the goods are to be unloadedSpecifies the sequence in which the goods are to:enter the materials handling processbe consumed in the production processSequence Demand and Delivery:Process inbound demand, create sales orders, then pick, pack, and ship product corresponding to a specific job and item delivery sequence number.This capability allows suppliers to deliver product to their customers manufacturing production lines in the exact sequence in which the parts are required.EDI Transaction Capture:To reduce costs of manual data entry and associated errors, Transportation Shipment Sequencing supports capture of shipment job and sequence numberthrough inbound EDI 862, 866, DELJIT transactions. Theses transactions will be interpreted against a set of user configured rules to determine the item, quantity, and associated sequence number to pass to the sales order and transportation shipmentNote: For customers that do not use EDI transactions or the Demand Scheduling Execution module, the shipment job and item sequence values can be manually entered on the sales order, or mapped by the customer through other interoperable methods that can create the sales order detail.• Carton Recommendations and Label Information:Provides labels that identify the customer's shipping sequence number or range of sequence numbers associated with a specific carton and then identify the cartons as X of Y (e.g. 1 of 50) to support loading the vehicle in the correct shipment sequencing order. The sequencing will support a multi-level shipping structure such as cartons within pallets within a shipment.IMPACTED MODULESDemand Scheduling ExecutionSales Order EntryTransportation ManagementWarehouse ManagementSales Order ProcessingAccounts ReceivableCapture des numéros d’expédition, de job et de séquence dans les transactions EDI .Transactions interprétées à partir de règles par article, quantité et séquence pour transfert à la commande client et à l’expédition.
22Distribution Industry Tarification Avancée Améliorations“Skip-to” logique pour définir la séquence d’évaluation des ajustements de prix.Matrice de prix pour faciliter la mise à jour de masse des prix de base.Meilleure flexibilité dans la modification manuelle de prixAccélération du calcul de prix.Stratégie de tarification efficace augmente les revenues et la satisfaction client.Business DriversLes agents commerciaux ont besoin de flexibilité & une utilisation intuitive dans le moteur de tarification pour faire des recommandationsEffective pricing strategies increase revenues and customer satisfaction. Flexibility and usability of your pricing engine assist in accomplishing this. Since JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.9, several enhancements have been delivered to increase the effectiveness of Advanced Pricing, available in Sales Order Management and Procurement, to enable you to implement and manage sophisticated pricing strategies. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 8.12 continues along this path targeting both flexibility and usability.Enhancements• Skip to Logic: The Advanced Pricing Adjustment Schedule allows companies to define theevaluation sequence of pricing adjustments. With “Skip To” you can add additional logic toallow the system to move to a different sequence when an adjustment qualifies. This allowsfor the creation of branching logic in pricing schedules.• Price Matrix: Provides improved usability in the mass maintenance of base prices (definedas override prices). Once defined, users can maintain multiple pricing scenarios in onescreen and define basic formulas based on other intersections in the matrix.• Price Override Flexibility: In environments where customer service representatives or salespeople have the authority to override prices on Sales Orders, those orders should still beeligible for pricing adjustments such as rebates and accruals. With JD EdwardsEnterpriseOne 8.12 now you can identify those adjustments and ensure that they are applied.This holds true for Purchase Orders priced through Advanced Pricing as well.• Accelerated Pricing Resolution: Improved Advanced Pricing resolution response through anew option to load pricing information into memory. Pricing data loaded into memory can beaccessed more quickly speeding up business processes where Advanced Pricing is used,including Sales Order Entry.
23Superior Ownership Experience Themes EnterpriseOne 8.12 Améliorations Customer-DrivenRéduction du TCOContinuité de la stratégie Fusion
24Customer Driven Enhancements Facilité d’utilisation“Impression immédiate” par versionIcones & boutons dans les grillesMoniteur de performance par utilisateurRespect des contraintes règlementairesSécurisation des annexes & enregistrement des informations de dernière modification.Security reportsAmélioration de l’AuditAttachment security and Attachment “Last-changed” informationWhen adding attachments (aka Media Object) to a transaction, the attachments are often a supporting document that should never be changed, even by the person who originally attached it. This enhancement will allow an attachment to be permanently attached, preventing modification or deletion after the transaction is committed. We also track the user id, date/time, application, and machine ID relative to the transaction that changed the attachment.Security ReportsThis enhancement will provide customers the ability to report which users have access to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications, UBEs, and tables, and what level of access the user ID or role is granted. The report can be filtered by an object, system code, or object type for any user or role combination. A programmable interface will also be provided for development of custom reports.Auditing ImprovementsSelective Auditing--Before this enhancement, when a column of a table was marked to have its changes tracked in the audit trail, any change to any marked column would trigger the audit record to be written. With this enhancement, customers will have the ability to select which columns trigger an audit record and which columns will be added as information into the audit record without triggering an audit. For example, imagine a product that goes trough several checkpoint statuses – concept, in work, and final. You only care to put the information into an audit trail when it goes to a new status. You do not care about any changes while it stays at the in-work status. With this enhancement this will be possible. Mark the Checkpoint Status column as the trigger and mark the other columns as informational to the audit trail.Print Immediate Operation at version levelBefore this enhancement, the print immediate flag was only available at the application level. This means that all versions of an application could be immediately printed upon completion of execution. Often it is desired that only some versions print immediately. For instance, you may want only final versions to be immediately printed for an order to be filled. Before this enhancement, the print immediate flag could not be used to only print the final version. This enhancement will allow customers to have more control on the print immediate operation by allowing it to be specified at the version level instead of the application level.Icons & Buttons in GridBefore this enhancement, the limitation of plain text only in the grid causes poor interaction design. Some of the limitations are:• Little visibility of a row's status.• Indirect and cumbersome selection and launch process.• Multiple steps to complete a task.This enhancement will help tremendously in usability and performance since icons are quicker to recognize.User Level Performance MonitorThe Performance Monitor tool was introduced with the 8.95 release. This tool is designed to efficiently identify performance bottlenecks in a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation. With the 8.95 release, monitoring could only be enabled on a system-wide basis. The 8.96 release will enable administrators to turn on performance monitoring on a user-by-user basis.
25Total Cost of Ownership + d’applications d’administration en Web Audit ReportingNécessite moins de postes « client lourd »Security WorkbenchCréation des utilisateurs et de leur sécuritéConfigurable Network Computing Object configuration managementFavoris Configuration des Menus EnterpriseOneEt encore plus …Giving the customer the option to run more E1 administrative applications on the web makes administration of E1 more convenient and reduces the amount of machines needed for client installs. The following application areas (as of Tools 8.96/ Apps812) are now available from the web client (as well as fat client):Security WorkbenchUser OverridesOCMCross Ref UIConfig LDAP SvrLDAP Svr TemplatesOSA SetupUDC SharingBar Code FontReport Director TemplatesFavoritesSmart Field TemplatesDrill Down Table PurgeColumn Headings52 Column HeadingsBSFN Where UsedParent DLL AssignAudit ReportingCustomers will be able to use the View Audit/Signature Information application (P ) through the Web Client interface. This enhancement will reduce the number of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne desktop installs. Additionally, the move to the Web Client interface allows more than one user to look up audit information in a LAN environment. Prior to the 8.96 release, users relied on Terminal Server access.Now you can configure users and their related security through the web interface. Common tasks like adding a user and configuring the permissions on a role are now web enable.Configurable Network ComputingThe Object Configuration Management (OCM) capabilities are now available through the web interface. Tasks such as mapping objects to specific data source.The E1 menu is now configurable from the web interface.
26Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Roadmap 200420052006200720088.11Demand Flow® ManufacturingEmbedded CRM Sales & ServiceSales & Operations PlanningRequisition Self ServicePay When PaidCompliance Solutions8.11 SP1UsabilityPerformanceTools UpdatesESU ConsolidationHCM Leave Admin enhancementsEnhanced Searching in CRMFirst Support of Fusion Middleware8.12SourcingGrower Mgmt.Grower Pricing & PaymentsBlend Mgmt.Transportation SequencingPricing MatrixActivity/Calendar UsabilityFixed Asset Reg.GDPDU Tax ExtractsLeave Enhance Phase IITraining, eRecruit SearchDBA EnhancementsFusion ReportingOperational AnalyticsManufacturing Dashboard9.0Feature List WIPProject & ServicesDFM ExecutionSelling ServiceChannel MgmtTOEUsabilityInstallMaint.Fusion TechnologyAdoptionfusionfusionfusionRoadmap subject to change without notice. The above is intended for information purposes and may not be incorporated into a contract.
27Next Generation Applications PeopleSoft EnterpriseVersion 8.9Version 9JD Edwards EnterpriseOneVersion 8.11Version 8.12Zoom sur la version A9.1JD Edwards WorldVersion A7.3 & A8.1Version A9Oracle E-Business SuiteVersion 11i.10Version 12&Next Generation Applications… Une Nouvelle génération de solution applicative sera développée et distribuée
28The Value of Your Software Investment. AgendaLa stratégie OracleEnterpriseOne 8.12World RoadmapScénarii d’évolutionProtect. Extend. Evolve.The Value of Your Software Investment.
29Les années Oracle… 2005 2006 2007… A9.1 A7.3.16 A8.1.6 Q1 Service Oriented ArchitectureWorkflowExcel download/uploadLotQualitéKanban…Contraintes règlementairesA7.3.16Crystal for WorldBusiness Process Modeler for WorldEnhancementsSelf ServiceA8.1.6Lean Manufacturing & DistributionCross Environment ConsolidationsWeb InterfaceWe are actively working on our next major release, planned generally available for the end of 2006 calendar year.
30The Value of Your Software Investment. AgendaApplications StrategyEnterpriseOne 8.12 PreviewWorld RoadmapScénarii d’évolutionProtect. Extend. Evolve.The Value of Your Software Investment.
31EnterpriseOne : Upgrade Scenario 20022003200420052006200720082009201020112012XePériode de passage potentiel vers FusionScenario 1 :Rester avec EnterpriseOne Xe pendant toute la durée de support – soit 2013Passer à Fusion Application des qu’il y a une justification BusinessNo official announcement yet that we will support a direct move to Fusion Applications from Xe. It is still under consideration.Fusion Application Release CyclesRoadmap subject to change without notice. The above is intended for information purposes and may not be incorporated into a contract.
32EnterpriseOne : Upgrade Scenario 20022003200420052006200720082009201020112012EntrepriseOne XeXe8.12 (ou suivantes)Fusion Applications Release CyclesScenario 2 :Passer à EnterpriseOne 8.12 ou 9.0 en 2008*Passer à Fusion Applications des qu’il y a une justification Business*Roadmap subject to change without notice. The above is intended for information purposes and may not be incorporated into a contract.