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Oracle OpenWorld Europe

Oracle OpenWorld Europe

16 January 2019 - 17 January 2019


Oliver Wight’s Paul Ducie and Birgit Breitschuh will be attending the Oracle OpenWorld Europe event on 16th - 17th January 2019 and will be presenting on the following topics:


 Automated Business Planning (ABP) – Paul Ducie, Oliver Wight and Tom Davies, Oracle


Companies are faced with inflexible and disconnected legacy systems and difficult business alignment. This is made more complicated with the ever-increasing demands of shareholders in our fast-changing business world. Automated Business Planning (ABP) is Oracle’s capability to connect and automate Strategic, Financial and Operational Planning using its standard cloud applications and embedded advanced technology, to make this a core business process. Oliver Wight’s drive for Enterprise Business Planning and Oracle’s ABP supports the evolution of Integrated Business Planning. If companies want to make significant business improvement, then Automated Business planning is a critical enabler.


 Next generation leaders for Enterprise Business Planning (EBP) – Birgit Breitschuh, Oliver Wight


Technology is developing at such a high pace that disruption has become the new norm in many industries. Machine learning and AI are making their way into traditional jobs, often performing faster and more reliably than human experts. However, the consensus is that humans will not be substituted, they will rather work with algorithms and smart machines to increase efficiency and personalization for the client. In this frame EBP is the best approach for seamlessly integrating virtual and human roles in tomorrows´ organizations. Leadership remains key for succeeding in this fast-moving environment.


Location: London, UK