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FBDI Exile: Handling Supplier and Customer Data in Oracle Fusion Cloud without the Limitations (AWST Time Zone)

FBDI Exile: Handling Supplier and Customer Data in Oracle Fusion Cloud without the Limitations (AWST Time Zone)

In the dynamic landscape of business operations, the consistent and effective management of customer and supplier data is paramount. David Wright delved into the pivotal role of maintaining core business data within Oracle Fusion Cloud and discover the best practices for creating cleaner data and keeping it up-to-date in a fraction of the time and with fewer resources.

Challenges of Inaccurate Supplier and Customer Data Management:Explore the repercussions of inconsistent customer and supplier data, from business delays to misguided decisions and potential impacts on reporting and business growth.
FBDI Limitations and Overcoming Them:Uncover the limitations of File-Based Data Import (FBDI) for data management and learn how to navigate challenges related to data format, volume restrictions, dependencies, error handling, and processing times.
Enhancing Customer and Supplier Data Management:Explore advanced features for maintaining customer and supplier data, including detailed error messaging, upfront validation, bulk attachment uploads, end-dating, and ensuring accurate addresses for streamlined vendor payments.
Unlocking Benefits with More4apps:Discover how More4apps enables companies to centralize master data, validate information before pushing it to Oracle, and efficiently identify and resolve errors using additional columns and formulas, all within a single Excel spreadsheet.

David Wright, Solutions Specialist Manager is hosting a one hour long webinar, click to register!

Picture this: Living in a beachside town on the side of an extinct volcano – that’s where David and his family live, enjoying a New Zealand outdoor lifestyle from surfing to mountain biking.

David joined the More4apps team in 2005 when he returned to New Zealand after spending time working in Europe and the USA. He manages the Solutions Specialists team and assist the Product Development, Support, and Marketing teams. David enjoys the variation of his day-to-day roles with the ability to deal with people from all over the world. With a real commitment to the Oracle ERP space, he is currently the Co-Chair of the Oracle Applications and Technology User Groups Editorial Advisory committee.

Two people David would like to invite along to a dinner would be Frank Black and Iggy Pop both influential musicians with outrageous and unpredictable stage antics. Imagine what dinner could be like.

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