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University Business - Valdosta State Improves Retention, Progression, Grad Rates with O... - 0 views

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    The April 9 edition of University Business includes the following press release announcing that Valdosta State University used Oracle Endeca Information Discovery and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to identify key student retention, progression and graduation metrics. The press release announced that Oracle is helping the university collect and analyze student data from multiple sources - like student surveys and ID card usage - to more quickly and effectively identify at risk students, engage appropriate faculty and staff and develop targeted programs to improve student retention.
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    The April 9 edition of University Business includes the following press release announcing that Valdosta State University used Oracle Endeca Information Discovery and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to identify key student retention, progression and graduation metrics. The press release announced that Oracle is helping the university collect and analyze student data from multiple sources - like student surveys and ID card usage - to more quickly and effectively identify at risk students, engage appropriate faculty and staff and develop targeted programs to improve student retention.
Oracle Higher Education

Campus Technology - Valdosta State U Employs Business Intelligence to Improve Retention... - 0 views

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    The April 8 edition of Campus Technology includes the following article on how Valdosta State University improved student retention rates by 2.5 percent since implementing Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition. The article also discusses the university's implementation of Oracle Endeca Information Discovery, which allows it to collect and analyze student data, like student surveys and ID card usage. Additionally, the article notes that a year after the university implemented Oracle's tools, student midterm and final grades improved an average of 10-15 percent.
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    The April 8 edition of Campus Technology includes the following article on how Valdosta State University improved student retention rates by 2.5 percent since implementing Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition. The article also discusses the university's implementation of Oracle Endeca Information Discovery, which allows it to collect and analyze student data, like student surveys and ID card usage. Additionally, the article notes that a year after the university implemented Oracle's tools, student midterm and final grades improved an average of 10-15 percent.
Oracle Higher Education

eSchool News - Valdosta State University Improves Student Retention, Progression and Gr... - 0 views

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    The April 7 edition of eSchool News includes the following press release announcing that Valdosta State University used Oracle Endeca Information Discovery and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to identify key student retention, progression and graduation metrics. The press release announced that Oracle is helping the university collect and analyze student data from multiple sources - like student surveys and ID card usage - to more quickly and effectively identify at risk students, engage appropriate faculty and staff and develop targeted programs to improve student retention.
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    The April 7 edition of eSchool News includes the following press release announcing that Valdosta State University used Oracle Endeca Information Discovery and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to identify key student retention, progression and graduation metrics. The press release announced that Oracle is helping the university collect and analyze student data from multiple sources - like student surveys and ID card usage - to more quickly and effectively identify at risk students, engage appropriate faculty and staff and develop targeted programs to improve student retention.
Oracle Higher Education

eCampus News - Valdosta State University Improves Student Retention, Progression and Gr... - 0 views

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    The April 7 edition of eCampus News includes the following press release announcing that Valdosta State University used Oracle Endeca Information Discovery and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to identify key student retention, progression and graduation metrics. The press release announced that Oracle is helping the university collect and analyze student data from multiple sources - like student surveys and ID card usage - to more quickly and effectively identify at risk students, engage appropriate faculty and staff and develop targeted programs to improve student retention.
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    The April 7 edition of eCampus News includes the following press release announcing that Valdosta State University used Oracle Endeca Information Discovery and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to identify key student retention, progression and graduation metrics. The press release announced that Oracle is helping the university collect and analyze student data from multiple sources - like student surveys and ID card usage - to more quickly and effectively identify at risk students, engage appropriate faculty and staff and develop targeted programs to improve student retention.
Oracle Higher Education

eSchool News - The University of Virginia Selects Oracle to Support Financial Transform... - 0 views

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    The April 2 edition of eSchool News includes the following press release announcing University of Virginia's selection of Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management as the technology platform to support its financial transformation. The press release announced the university's decision to move away from a spreadsheet-based system to provide enhanced information to support its leadership. Additionally, the Oracle solution will allow for greater transparency into the root cause of costs at a more granular level.
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    The April 2 edition of eSchool News includes the following press release announcing University of Virginia's selection of Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management as the technology platform to support its financial transformation. The press release announced the university's decision to move away from a spreadsheet-based system to provide enhanced information to support its leadership. Additionally, the Oracle solution will allow for greater transparency into the root cause of costs at a more granular level.
Oracle Higher Education

eCampus News - The University of Virginia Selects Oracle to Support Financial Transform... - 0 views

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    The April 3 edition of eCampus News includes the following press release announcing University of Virginia's selection of Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management as the technology platform to support its financial transformation. The press release announced the university's decision to move away from a spreadsheet-based system to provide enhanced information to support its leadership. Additionally, the Oracle solution will allow for greater transparency into the root cause of costs at a more granular level.
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    The April 3 edition of eCampus News includes the following press release announcing University of Virginia's selection of Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management as the technology platform to support its financial transformation. The press release announced the university's decision to move away from a spreadsheet-based system to provide enhanced information to support its leadership. Additionally, the Oracle solution will allow for greater transparency into the root cause of costs at a more granular level.
Oracle Higher Education

ExecutiveBiz - University of Virginia Adopts Oracle Profitability, Cost Mgmt Tool - 0 views

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    The April 1 edition of ExecutiveBiz includes the following article on University of Virginia's adoption of Oracle's Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management tools. The article includes comment from Melody Bianchetto, associate vice president for finance, University of Virginia, who notes that the university will work to extract data with Oracle's tools to make better decisions and launch initiatives. The article further discusses the university's use of Oracle's products to help transition away from a spreadsheet-based system.
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    The April 1 edition of ExecutiveBiz includes the following article on University of Virginia's adoption of Oracle's Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management tools. The article includes comment from Melody Bianchetto, associate vice president for finance, University of Virginia, who notes that the university will work to extract data with Oracle's tools to make better decisions and launch initiatives. The article further discusses the university's use of Oracle's products to help transition away from a spreadsheet-based system.
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University Worlds News - Data Breaches Dent Universities' Finances, Reputations - 0 views

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    The March 21 edition of University World News includes the following article on the recent data security breaches reported by multiple higher education institutions. The article highlights Maricopa County Community College District, which hired Oracle to clean up its data security network for $2.25 million. The article further discusses the additional measures institutions are taking to ensure students are not threatened by the security breaches.
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    The March 21 edition of University World News includes the following article on the recent data security breaches reported by multiple higher education institutions. The article highlights Maricopa County Community College District, which hired Oracle to clean up its data security network for $2.25 million. The article further discusses the additional measures institutions are taking to ensure students are not threatened by the security breaches.
Oracle Retail

Arcadia Group Chooses Oracle Retail Platform to Support Global Growth - 0 views

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    "Our brands are committed to delivering an interactive, exciting and efficient shopping experience to all our customers around the world, no matter which channel they choose to use to visit us, from flagship stores to mobile devices," Sir Philip Green, owner of Arcadia Group said. "Global expansion is a key strategic focus for Arcadia, and to do this successfully, we need to make sure the best merchandise assortment is available in each store and channel. We expect Oracle to help us enhance our merchandising strategies to help ensure that we deliver the best possible customer promise every time."
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    "Our brands are committed to delivering an interactive, exciting and efficient shopping experience to all our customers around the world, no matter which channel they choose to use to visit us, from flagship stores to mobile devices," Sir Philip Green, owner of Arcadia Group said. "Global expansion is a key strategic focus for Arcadia, and to do this successfully, we need to make sure the best merchandise assortment is available in each store and channel. We expect Oracle to help us enhance our merchandising strategies to help ensure that we deliver the best possible customer promise every time."
Oracle Retail

Arcadia Sets Major Tech Investment | Women's Wear Daily - 0 views

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    Oracle will provide merchandise financial planning, assortment planning, size profiling and optimization systems. It's a full suite of retail business applications so that supply chains are managed better, inventory control gets tighter, core merchandising is improved and so Arcadia can track sales and fashion trends better and learn more about what sizes are needed in the stores, on an individual basis, rather than by country.

    According to Green, Oracle will enable Arcadia to "romance the customer" and intensify efforts to put up flagships and grow the online business.
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    Oracle will provide merchandise financial planning, assortment planning, size profiling and optimization systems. It's a full suite of retail business applications so that supply chains are managed better, inventory control gets tighter, core merchandising is improved and so Arcadia can track sales and fashion trends better and learn more about what sizes are needed in the stores, on an individual basis, rather than by country.

    According to Green, Oracle will enable Arcadia to "romance the customer" and intensify efforts to put up flagships and grow the online business.
Oracle Retail

Arcadia overhauls IT systems to support online and international growth | Retail Week - 0 views

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    Arcadia is embarking on a three-year £50m plan to overhaul its buying and merchandising, warehouse management and supply chain systems.

    The fashion retailer has signed three major contracts with Oracle, Manhattan Associates and Amber Road as it continues to grow its international presence and online offer.
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    Arcadia is embarking on a three-year £50m plan to overhaul its buying and merchandising, warehouse management and supply chain systems.

    The fashion retailer has signed three major contracts with Oracle, Manhattan Associates and Amber Road as it continues to grow its international presence and online offer.
Oracle Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education - Data Breaches Put a Dent in Colleges' Finances as W... - 0 views

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    The March 17 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education includes the following article on the recent data-security breaches reported by multiple higher education institutions. The article highlights Maricopa County Community College District who hired Oracle to clean up its data-security network for $2.25 million. The article further discusses the additional measures institutions are taking to ensure students are not threatened by the security breaches.
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    The March 17 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education includes the following article on the recent data-security breaches reported by multiple higher education institutions. The article highlights Maricopa County Community College District who hired Oracle to clean up its data-security network for $2.25 million. The article further discusses the additional measures institutions are taking to ensure students are not threatened by the security breaches.
Oracle Higher Education

Campus Technology - Know - and Retain - Your Student - 0 views

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    The March 2014 edition of Campus Technology includes the following article on how universities use constituent relationship management (CRM) tools to support more organized, timely, and personalized student recruitment and retention. The article highlights Valdosta State University's use of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and Oracle Endeca as the user interface for data analysis. The story includes comments from an interview with Andy Clark, vice president for enrollment management, Valdosta State University, who notes that the system helps faculty and staff identify at-risk students. The article also includes comments from an interview with Brian Haugabrook, chief information officer, Valdosta State University, who notes that the university can push important resources to at-risk students through its web portal - and that the school is seeing a resulting spike in tutoring center use earlier rather than later.
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    The March 2014 edition of Campus Technology includes the following article on how universities use constituent relationship management (CRM) tools to support more organized, timely, and personalized student recruitment and retention. The article highlights Valdosta State University's use of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and Oracle Endeca as the user interface for data analysis. The story includes comments from an interview with Andy Clark, vice president for enrollment management, Valdosta State University, who notes that the system helps faculty and staff identify at-risk students. The article also includes comments from an interview with Brian Haugabrook, chief information officer, Valdosta State University, who notes that the university can push important resources to at-risk students through its web portal - and that the school is seeing a resulting spike in tutoring center use earlier rather than later.
Oracle Retail

E-commerce Platforms - Foschini Selects Oracle Commerce to Drive Omnichannel Strategy |... - 0 views

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    The Foschini Group (TFG), a South African based leading retailer of lifestyle products, has selected Oracle Commerce solutions to help grow its retail business and improve the customer experience through Omnichannel initiative
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    The Foschini Group (TFG), a South African based leading retailer of lifestyle products, has selected Oracle Commerce solutions to help grow its retail business and improve the customer experience through Omnichannel initiative
Oracle Retail

Gymboree bolsters e-commerce with help from Oracle | RetailingToday.com - 0 views

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    Gymboree is looking to Oracle Commerce to support its full range of international e-commerce sites across all its brands, which include Gymboree, Janie and Jack, and Crazy 8
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    Gymboree is looking to Oracle Commerce to support its full range of international e-commerce sites across all its brands, which include Gymboree, Janie and Jack, and Crazy 8
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Gymboree deploys Oracle Commerce | Chain Store Age - 0 views

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    Pranav Patel, VP, infrastructure and e-commerce, The Gymboree Corporation: "The Oracle solution will enable us to deliver an excellent customer experience that is consistent with our brands while supporting ongoing growth."
Oracle Retail

NRF 2014: Retail launches and developments | Just Style - 0 views

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    Brazilian fashion retailer Marisa has selected Oracle Retail solutions to help improve merchandise allocation and planning and support the company's growth. With more than 410 stores spread across all regions of Brazil, the company will use the tools to obtain retail-specific, science-based decision support, and will in turn use that information to tailor assortments to key market segments.
Oracle Retail

DIY, fashion and skincare brands select Oracle solutions to drive future business growt... - 0 views

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    French DIY retailer, Leroy Merlin, the Brazilian department store chain and fashion specialist, Marisa, and skincare brand, Molton Brown, have all invested in Oracle solutions to support future growth. The moves were announced at the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York last week.
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    French DIY retailer, Leroy Merlin, the Brazilian department store chain and fashion specialist, Marisa, and skincare brand, Molton Brown, have all invested in Oracle solutions to support future growth. The moves were announced at the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York last week.
Oracle Retail

Stage Stores Expands Product Offering with E-Com Deployment | RIS News - 0 views

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    "Oracle Commerce gives us the ability to bring more exciting products and promotional offers to our customers," said Steven Hunter, EVP and CIO of Stage Stores. "I've been involved in the deployment of several e-commerce platforms. The Oracle Commerce implementation was less than six months in core project time. This was a quick implementation and one of the smoothest."
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    "Oracle Commerce gives us the ability to bring more exciting products and promotional offers to our customers," said Steven Hunter, EVP and CIO of Stage Stores. "I've been involved in the deployment of several e-commerce platforms. The Oracle Commerce implementation was less than six months in core project time. This was a quick implementation and one of the smoothest."
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