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Consolidate tasks from Oracle applications cloud and other applications into a single list of tasks by Mani Krishnan

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In today’s enterprise, users must expect to multitask in order to achieve higher productivity. Thus, tasks and lists of tasks become necessary features of most enterprise applications-such as ERP, HCM or CRM–for improving user productivity. Tasks can range from simple to-dos that remind the assignee about activities outside the application to approvals for HR, finance or sales transactions.                         

Enterprise users commonly must deal with multiple task lists from applications from various vendors and from homegrown applications.  For a single user to access multiple web sites to look up tasks on a daily basis defeats the purpose that tasks lists are meant to serve.

For example, Oracle provides a common list of tasks for integrated cloud applications, such as HCM, ERP, Supply chain and Sales.  Additionally, customers might want to extend the approval capabilities with PaaS, by using business process management (BPM) products such as Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC)-process.  In such scenarios, the users would be required to check two lists of tasks.

A list of tasks that consolidates tasks from multiple applications can significantly improve productivity of enterprise users by eliminating the need to check multiple lists for any pending activity and take action. Read the complete article here.

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