Thursday, November 12, 2009

Putting Documents Into Business Processes

Most organizations agree that a lot of time is wasted looking for documents. In the webinar I did with Jim Pearce of Tallgrass Technologies last week (I'll post more about this later), his customer Missouri Division of Professional Registration, reduced costs associated with lost or misplaced documents by 92%. And one of the keys to these kinds of productivity gains is having the information in electronic format, and having it accessible from right inside the business processes.

On the heels of the Enterprise Application Documents announcement at Oracle OpenWorld ’09, Oracle is offering two webcasts that further explore the process improvements and ROI achieved by integrating Oracle Content Management with enterprise applications. The first webinar, titled “Quick and Easy Access to HR Documents,” shows how organizations can create an enterprise-wide document repository, decrease costs and cycle times of HR processes, ensure regulatory compliance, and improve PeopleSoft implementations by putting document and image access right into the PeopleSoft application window, where people need them.

The second webinar is titled “Transform E-Business Suite Processes with Integrated Document Management.” This webinar shows how by tightly integrating Oracle Content Management and Oracle E-Business Suite organizations can streamline operations, decrease cycle times, and reduce document storage and shipping costs, removing paper from high-volume transaction processes.

These two webinars complete the series that began this summer demonstrating Oracle Content Management integrations with Siebel Call Center and Siebel Sales and Siebel Marketing modules. From a single enterprise-wide document repository, organizations can search across content while enabling access to documents right in the business processes where they are needed.

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