Presenting at OOW: Mixing E-Business & Pleasure – integration scenarios for Oracle E- Business Suite and SOA Suite

Sjoerd Michels

On Sunday afternoon Peter Ebell and I presented at the Oracle Open World (OOW) conference in San Francisco as part of an “afternoon of business cases” that was put together by the Oracle Development Tools User Group (ODTUG).
Our story is related to the work that we do for customer Sabic Innovative Plastics. Sabic implements Oracle E-Business Suite 11i and selected Oracle SOA Suite for the integration of the new ERP system with their existing systems.
Our presentation covers the integration scenarios for Oracle E- Business Suite and SOA Suite from the point of view of Sabic’s specific business case which is based on customer focus and simplification of its IT landscape. Judged by the number of presentations on this subject at OOW, working with SOA Suite in an E- Business Suite environment is a hot topic. Not surprisingly, considering that this provides a glimpse of what the future of Oracle Fusion Applications may bring.

A pdf version of the presentation we delivered at OOW may be downloaded here. Please note: this is an abbreviated version of the full story that we present at the SOA Technology seminar on E-Business Suite and SOA Suite collaboration that is organized by Oracle Netherlands. This event takes place on November 22 at the Oracle office in the Netherlands (in Dutch only); for more information and for signing up for the seminar go here.

Special thanks to Sabic Innovative Plastics for their help and kind cooperation in putting together the presentation. We also thank the ODTUG organization for allowing us to be part of their afternoon of business cases.

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