sponsored by EXTOL International, Inc.
Posted:  06 Jul 2009
Published:  06 Jul 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  27  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Effective business-to-business (B2B) integration -- including EDI and non-EDI cases -- is essential to the viability of nearly every company. Choosing the right B2B integration strategy can save months of implementation time and expenses in a single project, and make accommodating future needs far easier and less disruptive.

But for companies that use Oracle E-Business Suite, EC Gateway, and XML Gateway, the trade-offs inherent in different B2B integration options are harder to see than with other enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects.

This presentation transcript examines the main B2B integration options facing Oracle E-Business Suite users and explains how to maximize B2B effectiveness and flexibility. Read this transcript and learn:

  • Which B2B integration capabilities you have - and may not have - as an Oracle EBS user
  • Requirements you should think about now, before taking on your next upgrade or B2B project
  • The B2B integration options available to you, and what trade-offs they impose

Who should read this transcript

  • ERP project leaders and team members
  • IT executives and managers responsible for B2B integration decisions
  • IT practitioners looking for ways to streamline and simplify the integration of trading partners, applications, data and services





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