By John O'Connell / March 13th, 2017
It’s that time of year again! STR Software is pleased to announce our participation in COLLABORATE 17 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 2-6.
By John O'Connell / February 16th, 2017
Setting up printers to handle output from Oracle EBS can be a real pain for your organization’s IT department. However for many organizations, implementation is only half the battle. The…
By John O'Connell / January 19th, 2017
While the term ‘procedural attachments’ is relatively indicative of its meaning, the reason to use them in your organization may be less clear.
Maintenance technicians across a wide variety of…
By Emily Benfield / January 16th, 2017
We are pleased to announce that STR Software is participating in this year’s Modern Supply Chain Experience from February 13-15! You won’t want to miss this Oracle event focused on…
By John O'Connell / January 5th, 2017
It may be a story that has played out in your business all too often. You email an invoice to your customer which includes an early payment discount. After the…
By Beth Hugill / December 2nd, 2016
Growing Case Against Physical Receipts
With business travel increasing at a steady 38 percent every year since 2009, the volume of expense reports to approve and employees to reimburse isn’t…
By John O'Connell / November 14th, 2016
We are thrilled to announce that STR Software is heading across the pond to attend UKOUG’s Applications Conference in Birmingham, U.K. from December 5-7.
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By John O'Connell / October 11th, 2016
The creation of work packets in JD Edwards CAM is unnecessarily error-prone and can leave your maintenance planners wanting more functionality. Planners must open each media object individually, print each…
By Emily Benfield / September 1st, 2016
When it comes to managing the outbound delivery of your EBS-generated documents, native Oracle functionality leaves much to be desired. The requirements for sending documents from EBS vary, so IT…
By Beth Hugill / August 29th, 2016
Fax over IP (FoIP) is the process of sending and receiving faxes over your organization’s existing voice IP network instead of analog or digital telephone lines. It typically involves a…