Spotlight on Oracle: S&OP, Digital Marketing Hubs, Identity Governance, and SAP Customers running Oracle DBMS
by Andrew White | May 8, 2017 | Comments Off on Spotlight on Oracle: S&OP, Digital Marketing Hubs, Identity Governance, and SAP Customers running Oracle DBMS
Spotlight on Oracle – Highlights new research that covers, relates to, or mentions Oracle.
Tim Payne just published the Magic Quadrant for Sales and Operations Planning Systems of Differentiation.
This Magic Quadrant examines the main vendors that provide S&OP systems of differentiation. Supply chain leaders in IT can use this report when evaluating and selecting such a system to help enable Stage 4 S&OP maturity for their business.
Brian Iverson and colleagues just published the Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance and Administration.
IGA tools control digital identities linked to accounts and entitlements maintained in systems enterprisewide. Security and risk management leaders responsible for identity and asset management programs should evaluate critical capabilities during IGA tool selection processes.
Gartner categorizes global trade management into international logistics, compliance and finance. Supply chain leaders should use this Market Guide to support their company’s business goals and related investments in GTM applications and services.
To achieve personalized marketing at scale, marketing leaders need a system that integrates and coordinates data and activities across channels, devices and contexts, continuously and in real time. Advertising, marketing automation and analytics vendors are racing to deliver on this opportunity.
FYI: Here is the latest Oracle Vendor Rating. We are in the process of updating this and plan to do so before the end of June 2017.
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