When Less is More
by Geri Westphal, Vice President/Assistant Treasurer, Oracle Corporation
THREE years ago, Oracle began a
global project to centralize, standardize
and automate our business.
We find many other multinational corporations
on a similar journey. What makes
What makes this story
It’s a story of scope. It’s a story of how
one large multinational corporation with
operations in more than 60 countries
acknowledged that in order to continue
to be successful in the current business
environment, it had to commit to having
less – fewer databases, fewer software
versions, fewer business relationships,
fewer unique processes and fewer manual
interventions. This is a story of how
less can be more
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