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    SCM SIG September 2018 Newsletter


    Be sure to login to the new and improved Quest Oracle Community website.
    First step would be to click on the “take a tour of the site” link to learn about the enhancements made, the new layout, how to navigate and the easy search links.
    Setting up your own dashboard with your customizable links, groups, tags and forums allows you to define this to your specific needs and wants.
    Note also, the new color coding for the various segments, with PeopleSoft Supply Chain highlighted in a blue & white motif for easy identification.
    Buckle up and take it for a test drive today.


    Speaking of the new website, Jared Mosqueda has submitted a quick and easy survey regarding Fluid applications and is looking for your feedback.
    Once you log in, proceed to the SCM SIG Group and scroll down to find his link under Recent Discussions.
    Your input is valuable in helping to identify the needs of the users and direct the path of Oracle.

    SmartERP Presents….

    Our own SCM SIG Leadership Board member, Steve Canter of SmartERP, presented an educational session on Optimizing Inventory Performance at our August SCM SIG meeting.
    This informative presentation covered topics such as:
    Goals of Inventory Management
    Inventory Classification (ABC Categorization)
    Replenishing Inventory and Determining Replenishment Parameters
    Forecast and Demand Planning
    Consignment Inventory

    For a complete recording of the SCM SIG meeting along with Steve’s session, the link is provided below.
    You can also contact Steve direct with any questions or needs you may have. His email is shown in the below title slide.



    Quest recently announced the 2019 Call for Presentations is now open for Collaborate 19. All you need to get started is a brief presentation abstract and a few education objectives.
    Selected customer presenters will receive a complimentary registration to the conference. Selected vendor presenters will receive deeply discounted or complimentary registration. (some rules apply*).
    Share your expertise through lessons learned, tips and techniques, implementation and success stories, and more!
    Don’t procrastinate, get involved and share your expertise! This opportunity closes November 2, 2018.
    For more information or to register, go to the Quest Oracle Community Website, click on the EVENTS tab and follow to Collaborate19.

    See you in San Antonio, April 7 thru 11!


    Update Image 29 is now available!
    A great summary article as well as a link to the Oracle video covering the major highlights can be found on the Quest Oracle Community website under the LEARN link, BLOGS and then click on the “PeopleSoft FSCM Update Image 29” entry
    Oracle also offers an on-line Cumulative Features overview, to narrow down your upgrade topics by product as well as compare what’s new to your current release level.


    In preparation for next year’s conferences and webinars, what are some of the topics surrounding PeopleSoft Supply Chain that you would like to see covered?
    We would love to hear from you and be able to put together sessions that are meaningful to our group’s members.
    Feel free to drop us a line!

    Your SCM SIG Leadership Board,

    Dan Rotermund, Roush Enterprises
    Steve Canter, SMARTERP Solutions
    Dianne Taylor, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

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