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Inoapps Latest Webinar Series Delivers Expert Insight on Moving To Oracle ERP Cloud

13 March 2015

Leading Oracle Platinum Partner Inoapps ( has launched a series of upcoming executive webinars aimed specifically at those considering moving to Oracle ERP Cloud. The webinars, which run from 24th March through 2nd June, will include the latest thought leadership insights, expert guidance and news of key developments.

Each Webinar will highlight the key reasons for implementing Oracle ERP Cloud in an organisation. They will also provide the detailed information and data that companies need to determine whether Oracle ERP Cloud is the right choice for their own business. This includes guidance on how cloud-based finance solutions facilitate scalable growth and reduce costs through flexible, subscription-based Software as a Service (SaaS) deployment models.


There will also be best-practice guidelines on how to ensure consistent processes that standardise, automate, and simplify even global operations and advice on how to modernize enterprise finance with the latest analytic, mobile and social technologies.


According to Andy Bird CEO of Inoapps, “So many CFOs can now see the benefits of deploying Oracle ERP Cloud. However, identifying whether it is right for their business or understanding how best to move to the Cloud are areas where high-quality expertise can make a real difference. With this in mind we have developed a series of thought-provoking webinars to help organisations review how the considerable benefits available could apply to their own business. We are confident that this will prove to be of considerable value to those attending.”


Following the webinars, Inoapps’ team of Oracle ERP Cloud experts will be available to discuss particular issues with attendees seeking further information specific to their own requirements.

 To ensure the webinars can be attended by organisations based in the UK, EMEA,  the US and Malaysia, the webinars will be presented twice a day at 8 a.m. & 3p.m. (UK time). All the webinars are free to attend.


Those wishing to attend can register here:

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