BIAS Presenting at Collaborate 16

BIAS Presenting at Collaborate 16

Automated Architecture for GoldenGate 12c [Session 1698]
Presented by:  Andy Lewis (BIAS)

Monday, Apr 11, 2016  |  10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PST  |  Jasmine C

Businesses today understand the need to upgrade, migrate, duplicate, and distribute the systems responsible for housing their most valuable data for security, performance, and reliability. These needs become problematic, especially for large datasets, when the systems must remain available for greater than 99% of the time due to business or compliance requirements. Oracle GoldenGate is an extremely effective tool for moving data between any type of database, but implementation can quickly become prohibitively complex. This lecture is an opportunity to hear from a GoldenGate Expert who has successfully designed, deployed, and supported GoldenGate environments on everything from Engineered Systems to commodity hardware. The lecture is geared towards those professionals looking at moving away from outdated or unsupported systems that would have been decommissioned if they weren’t business critical. Walking away from this lecture with an understanding of how the GoldenGate development lifecycle works will give attendees the power to hit project milestones in a timely and predictable manner without adding unnecessary software and personnel costs.

You are invited to participate in an exciting forum that takes vendors, platforms, and downtime requirements out of the equation and puts the power back in your hands.

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Leveraging iReceivables and Approvals Management Engine (AME) for Customer Disputes [Session 10810]

This presentation was selected by OAUG as a featured session to be broadcasted live via the OAUG Forum Online!

Presented by: Chris Preziotti and Anand Tuppad (BIAS)

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 | 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST | Room: South Seas H

In any business environment, an out-of-the-box IT solution rarely fits the implementing company’s needs, especially when end customers are directly involved. This presentation is aimed at sharing our unique experiences of implementing Customer Disputes within iReceivables using Approvals Management Engine (AME). From both a functional and technical approach, we will examine our solution focusing on the following topics: Dispute Process; Dispute and AME Setup; Auto-Disputes; and Personalizations.

Our case study is sure to educate those interested in leveraging AME and Disputes to increase collections efficiency and improve customer service.

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