What’s holding back your End-to-End Supply Chain Operating Capabilities? Oracle


 About the Speaker

Mohamed Saied 


Senior Supply Chain Solutions Executive at Oracle and Certified Supply Chain Professional and Enterprise Architect.


Has more than years of professional experience in business development solution consulting and transforming supply chain for both medium and large enterprises across Middle East and Africa. He’s very passionate about supply chain performance improvement by capitalizing on technological advancements as enable and incorporating best industrial standards as APICs for operation management, The supply chain operations reference model (SCOR), The Open Group Enterprise Architect (TOGAF) and Cloud Computing School.

Over the years, Oracle has developed solutions and incorporated processes of supply chain as forecasting, planning and production. Recently and in order to cope with the technological advances Oracle is moving towards Digital Supply Chain. As the regular supply chain focus is reducing cost, digital supply chain increases efficiency and agility of the business dealing with all embedded processes. 

It adopts solutions to make the client/customer the center where all processes are connected too. Furthermore using internet of things we can monitor all phases of supply chain. For example, it tackles transportation and delivery of the goods. Once a transaction starts it manages and monitors data from all departments as well as manage the supplier capability of meeting the request. If received a signal from the forklift that there’s a problem though the net, it would be shown at other parties as production, planning and enables us to contact the customer and avoid possible complaints. 

Visual Analytics reports are made easier to top management, stakeholders within the supply chain as suppliers, producing department, marketing etc. Thus achieving better alignment between financial planning and production planning and better alignment of Key Performance Indicators. 

The Digital Supply Chain can play as simulator to different scenarios that could happen and increase business unit’s agility dealing with them in reality. This would result of being proactive rather than reactive. 

Oracle cooperates with international auditors of supply chain as Gartner in forecasting future intelligence, demand and how it can increase company maturity and capitalizes innovation. of things and will be shown at every department for example the quality, maintenance department . Oracle provides not only solutions but rather an insight to the future of more agile supply chain


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