Oracle Blockchain For Intercompany, the Art Of The Possible - May 27, 2022 10-11 am PDT

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We will have a special guest presenter, Gary Crisci from GE, who will be describing a high-level use case of Oracle Blockchain for Intercompany transacting at GE Corporate.

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Gary Crisci, Principal Architect, GE Corporate

Gary has championed a proof of concept that aims to overcome the challenges - especially reconciliation hell - posed by Intercompany trading within a complex corporate structure such as GE's. He will explain how Oracle's Blockchain Platform can provide an IDeAL solution.  Gary has volunteered to present his work at GE Corporate. 

John Mulroe will be the moderator in our conversation.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 

Oracle Blockchain for Intercompany at GE Corporate, the Art of the Possible

Fri, May 27, 2022 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT) , 1-2 pm ET, 18:00 - 19:00 UK 

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For companies operating around the globe, intercompany transactions between a parent company and its subsidiaries can present enormous challenges. Today's large global conglomerates typically have multiple subsidiaries each with their own ERPs and often disparate, financial billing and reconciliation systems. This makes it difficult for subsidiaries to reconcile Intercompany transactions in a timely manner, accurately, and transparently to meet the needs of the CFO's and CEO's, as well as auditors and regulators, who place more scrutiny on Intercompany transactions as increase in industry consolidation and globalization leads to more complex multinational value chains.

Please also refer to the Oracle Corp information on Blockchain technology and available options at the Oracle Blockchain URL

For a prior presentation done by Gary please look here



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