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Bob Bullman

Bob has more than 20 years of Supply Chain Management and ERP Systems experience. Over the past 15 years, Bob has assisted numerous companies achieve a higher level of supply chain optimization and excellence. Prior to joining BizTech, Bob founded Accel Services Inc., a Philadelphia based consulting firm providing Oracle implementation services that merged with BizTech in 2012. Prior to Accel Services Inc. Bob worked at Oracle Corporation where he helped grow the application line of business, primarily in the eastern US. He has also worked at Parker Management Corporation as COO where he managed their Oracle application consulting practice. Bob is a member of the executive team at BizTech holding the role of Oracle Applications Practice Director. He is responsible for the growth and strategy of BizTech’s application services practice.
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Part 2 - Oracle E-Business, Supply Chain – How to use Oracle BI Publisher based reporting to analyze and reduce your Inventory levels

Author: Bob Bullman Date: Jun 27, 2014 11:40:00 AM

Categories: Oracle E-Business Suite

In response to many recent requests, I’ve included tactical details and technical code used to create SLOP (slow moving obsolete product) report. This post is geared toward all of the die-hard Oracle techies and serves as a returned favor for all the code posted in other resources that has assisted me.

Using BI Publisher with Oracle E-Business Suite to Analyze Inventory

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R12 and deferred COGS after an upgrade and the accounts don’t reconcile – Don’t Be alarmed!

Author: Bob Bullman Date: Jul 8, 2013 11:04:00 AM

Categories: E-Business Suite, Oracle Application Services

Recently, I arrived bright and early to support the first month-end close after a large client R12 upgrade from 11.5.9 to support closing of the books. The invoices for the month were 10 million dollars, but the revenue in General Ledger was only 5 million and the CFO looked a bit concerned. Where was the rest of the revenue hiding?

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What is Advanced Supply Chain Planning?

Author: Bob Bullman Date: Mar 18, 2013 9:27:00 AM

Categories: Oracle Supply Chain Planning

As a follow-up to my prior Advanced Supply Chain Planning (ASCP) post, I decided to provide a more detailed write-up.

What is ASCPA, and what does it do?

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Optimize your Supply Chain Using Oracle E-Business Core Value Chain Planning (VCP)

Author: Bob Bullman Date: Feb 8, 2013 2:26:31 PM

Categories: Oracle Supply Chain Planning

Successful supply chain management starts with efficient supply chain planning. The scope of this discussion pertains to one section of the Value Chain that I often refer to as, “inside the four walls of the Supply Chain". It will guide you through both planning and scheduling of supply and demand while utilizing Oracle E-Business Suite MRP to achieve efficient supply chain planning.

Strategic Initiatives

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Oracle E-Business – Supply Chain – How to use Oracle BI Publisher based reporting to analyze and reduce your Inventory levels

Author: Bob Bullman Date: Dec 4, 2012 3:40:00 PM

Categories: Oracle Business Intelligence

Having spent more than a decade focusing on improving Supply Chain, and a high percentage my energy was spent using quantitative information. KPI’s, Cubes, Dashboards, Briefing, Portals, , Data Marts and the list go on. The algorithms have not changes to much. Future projected turns was one recent change for me, but there has been a lot of renaming or repackaging of proven techniques. A colleague of mine decided to rename an old inventory analysis process or classification of Excess and Obsolete (E&O) to Slow Moving Obsolete Product (SLOP). It’s a bit more descriptive than E&O, and has a slight humorous tone.

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