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New Oracle Process Manufacturing, Discrete Manufacturing and Enterprise Asset Management Contributor

This post contains details of a new author who has joined OracleAppsBlog and will be blogging under the Process Manufacturing, Discrete Manufacturing and Enterprise Asset Management Categories

Lokesh Tayal who is working as the Head of an Oracle Applications Group in one of the largest corporate houses in Dubai, is joining OracleAppsBlog. He will be blogging under the categories of Process Manufacturing, Discrete Manufacturing and Enterprise Asset Management. Lokesh and his team are implementing Oracle E-Business suite in nine group companies. Previously, he has worked with one of the largest Oracle Apps practices in the Asia Pacific.

Lokesh has rich experience in Oracle Enterprise Asset Management (eAM), Oracle Process Manufacturing (OPM), Discrete Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Project Management and has been working with Oracle Apps for the last seven years. He has been focusing on Oracle eAM for the past two years. Lokesh is a member of the Oracle eAM Customer Advisory Board and actively participates in defining this products future enhancements. He has implemented Oracle Apps in the Telecoms, Airline, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Real Estate, Metal and Plastic Manufacturing Sectors. You can read Lokeshes membership profile here or if you’re a member you can e-mail Lokesh via the profile e-mail console.

I wanted to welcome Lokesh to the Blog and introduce him to all the other members. I am sure his experience will add some interesting and useful content to the blog.

Posted by Richard Byrom on 07/13 at 04:05 AM
  1. Hi,
    We currently have 11i installed with Financials, ODP/DRP, Order To Cash and Service.
    We will soon be implementing Discrete Manufacturing.  Does anyone have any experiences to report on what hit the database tier takes when implementing Discrete Manufacturing?  I imagine that it is process driven, and therefore there may be many concurrent requests that must be reqularly scheduled.  This all takes it’s toll on the database/concurrent manager tier.
    Many thanks,

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  12/20  at  02:55 PM

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