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Oracle Releases New Version of E-Business Suite

Oracle Corp. has released version 12.2.4 of the Oracle E-Business Suite.

The update features an enhanced user experience and additional integrations to Oracle Cloud Solutions. Oracle Financials offers faster approval cycles, from parallel approval of invoices, the vendor said. Enhancements in Oracle Project Contracts and Project Billing allow U.S. federal contractors to automate billing and increase transparency and audit. Oracle Purchasing allows for Web ADI-enabled spreadsheet creation and modification of purchase-order lines, schedules and distributions. Oracle iProcurement features a streamlined, single-step checkout flow, so that employees can quickly complete shopping activities and begin the requisition approval process. Oracle Services Procurement provides buyers with greater flexibility, to support a broad range of complex order scenarios. The latest release of Oracle E-Business Suite also includes supply-chain management enhancements in order management, yard management, manufacturing, enterprise asset management, service and value-chain planning.

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The update features an enhanced user experience and additional integrations to Oracle Cloud Solutions. Oracle Financials offers faster approval cycles, from parallel approval of invoices, the vendor said. Enhancements in Oracle Project Contracts and Project Billing allow U.S. federal contractors to automate billing and increase transparency and audit. Oracle Purchasing allows for Web ADI-enabled spreadsheet creation and modification of purchase-order lines, schedules and distributions. Oracle iProcurement features a streamlined, single-step checkout flow, so that employees can quickly complete shopping activities and begin the requisition approval process. Oracle Services Procurement provides buyers with greater flexibility, to support a broad range of complex order scenarios. The latest release of Oracle E-Business Suite also includes supply-chain management enhancements in order management, yard management, manufacturing, enterprise asset management, service and value-chain planning.

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