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Solution Demo Video: Credit Card Integration Hub

AVATA’s Credit Card Integration Hub functions as a mediator, or a plug-and-play integration point between
Oracle and payment gateway service market leaders.

Webinar: Planning for a Healthy & Resilient Supply Chain with SCM Cloud

Hear two customer Cloud transformation case studies as well as strategies addressing the growing concerns surrounding supply chain disruptions

Webinar: Solving the PAR Replenishment Puzzle for Healthcare

Preview the benefits of adding Replenishment Planning to existing Procurement/ERP functionality, utilizing exiting data and infrastructure.

Case Study – DeRoyal Industries

The switch to a cloud-based demand planning solution has transformed DeRoyal’s business and put it on better footing to support its global market.

Webinar: Cloud Roadmap Analysis – First Step to Improving Supply Chain Performance

Considering cloud migration? Understanding the potential paths and critical components that impact success is the first step toward improving supply chain performance.

Case Study – Hitachi Vantara

Migration to Oracle’s DM Cloud has resulted in more scalable forecasts, better technology, and superior decision-making for Hitachi Vantara.

Case Study – ResMed

Migration to Oracle’s Demand Management Cloud delivers significant results for ResMed operations.

Webinar: Best Use Cases for Oracle’s Supply Chain Planning Cloud Suite

Take a Deep Dive into Oracle’s Supply Chain Planning Cloud Suite. Learn current and future functionality and best use cases.

Customer Testimonial: ResMed

“AVATA was key to the success of this Oracle Demand Mangement Cloud implementation.”

Customer Testimonial: Srixon/Cleveland Golf

“We chose AVATA and the Oracle planning solution because AVATA showed us how some of our long-time planning issues would be solved.”