Oracle Apps Unlimited Finance Special Interest Group

Enterprise Command Centers - ECC Recording


Following on from the first successful Oracle Finance Special Interest Group, dedicated to Business Finance Users of Oracle E-Business Suite, we received a significant number of requests to explain Enterprise Command Centers - ECC. We have liaised with Terry Walton, Oracle, to provide a virtual session and we are pleased to invite you to watch the recording of the webinar showing you the capabilities.

Oracle E-Business Suite Enterprise Command Centers

  • What are ECCs?
  • What can they do?
  • Why should I know about them?
  • What Benefits do they provide?


    We are pleased to provide you with the opportunity to watch this virtual session where Terry Walton, Oracle Solutions Engineering Consultant for E-Business Suite EMEA, provides an overview of the 34 Enterprise Command Centers with 135+ dashboards available across the Suite and live demonstrations of ECCs to assist with procurement processes.

    As part of Oracle's continuous innovation, ECCs are incorporated into E-Business Suite 12.2.4 + and these are included at no additional costs. Increasingly, E-Business Suite users can start their sessions with command center dashboards that let them browse and drill down on the key indicators, charts and graphs and leverage consumer-like search and filters, to quickly identify and act on their highest business priorities.

    With command centers, E-Business Suite users have a better, more productive user experience, while the IT department has reduced demand for custom operational reports.

This Finance SIG webinar will focus on Source to Settle on how ECC incorporated into the latest Procurement modules can improve processes and controls, provide greater visibility of spend, and enhance supplier relationships. Forming part of your Purchase-To-Pay processes, they can deliver efficiencies and provide real business benefits and ROI.Oracle OPN Partner





Oracle Enterprise Command Centers - ECC Recording

Oracle Enterprise Command Centers - ECC Recording

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Terry Walton

For over 30 years Terry has had the opportunity to help many organisations transform their digital landscape – providing insight, leadership and execution that disrupts and penetrates markets, builds revenue channels, and accelerates enterprise growth. During this time he has held director and executive roles with systems integrator’s & consultancies such as Hitachi Consulting, HCL, CSC and Oracle as well as executive roles with commercial organisations including General Electric and Electronic Arts to name a few.

This event has been organised in cooperation with Oracle


Mi Invoices is a SaaS solution that is fully integrated into all Oracle ERP applications, automating the processing of supplier invoices with full exception handling and workflow to enable invoice automation. With true “Single Screen Processing,” the user accesses one application to manage invoices and has an adaptable GUI to ANY language.

OPN Partner Arcivate provides SaaS automated invoice processing seamlessly integrated with Oracle ERP Finance platforms available in the Cloud. Mi Invoices, enables the Digitalisation and Transformation of Accounts Payable by automating the processing of inbound Supplier Invoices and significantly reducing the manual effort required. As a valued Oracle Partner, we use both Oracle’s and complementary cutting-edge technologies to provide a flexible and configurable solution, to meet our client’s individual requirements.


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No PO No Pay Policy – the key benefits and challenges

“No PO No Pay” is a simple concept: If an invoice is received from a supplier with No PO associated with it, the invoice will not get paid.  The overriding objective is to improve efficiencies in your business’ procurement processes – making it easier to track expenditure through the purchase order history and it promotes best practices in channelling company expenditure through a formalised procurement process.

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