You probably recognise that standing still is not an option. To move your business forward —to drive continuous innovation, get smarter insights from data, and sustainably deliver high performance— you need an agile platform in the cloud. The challenge is when and how you best make the upgrade to cloud.
Moving to cloud is the easiest means of ensuring you continuously benefit from new technologies and process improvements. Cloud provides the flexibility and agility to enable the finance function to become the strategic business partner for their organisation. At the same time, the total cost of operating and upgrading your finance solution should be significantly reduced. However, whilst many organisations appreciate the compelling arguments to upgrade to cloud, they are hesitating. They are seeking more clarity about how the upgrade would be delivered for them, and the potential impact of transition.
Come along to this event to:
• Understand how to make your journey to cloud smooth and risk-free
• Identify the real business benefits you can realise post-migration.
Look forward to:
Vikram Singla - Market Development Strategy Leader
Vikram is strategy director for the commercial sector in the UK. He helps business leaders leverage technology to deliver better outcomes for their organisations. He has over 20 years’ experience in the technology sector, including deploying supply chain digital transformation programmes for Fortune 500 firms. One of his initial assignments was to build digital factory models to drive capital investment decisions at an automotive major. He is a huge advocate of design thinking as a structured approach to manage cultural change and align the organisation around the customer.
He is currently responsible for defining and executing the go-to-market strategy for Oracle Cloud including emerging technologies. Vikram has an MBA from Warwick Business School and graduated from IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Delhi, India.
Tracy Bishop - Master Principle Sales Consultant
Tracy Bishop has an accounting background and describes herself as a business therapist. She joined Oracle in 1998, working with E-Business Suite Financials with many customers across the UK. Since then she has worked with many other parts of the E-Business Suite and since 2013 she has been working helping customers on their journey to ERP Cloud.