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Government Agility in the Face of Disruption - Lucas County Reaches New Heights with Oracle Cloud Despite Recent Public Health Headwinds
The global pandemic and its myriad transformational impacts across industries has become the most extreme example in over a decade of continuous technology and workforce disruption and upheaval. Shifting expectations for government service delivery have become the new normal, and suddenly cities, counties, states and special districts have been thrown into a whole new dynamic of working and ensuring the essential work of government gets done.

This dynamic is driven by imperatives like the ability to manage operations from anywhere, anytime, on any device, running on applications that are simpler to own and that deliver modern, consumer-grade user experiences with embedded decision support for workers and executives alike. Those who have tackled Cloud implementations have found these and many other unexpected silver linings.

Please join us for this series of right-sized and relevant webcasts highlighting the agility gained by Oracle Cloud customers in a variety of areas, supplemented by thought-leadership to assist those organizations either in the process of their own cloud transformations, or being forced to consider momentous changes much sooner than planned.

Lucas County, Ohio recently went live on Oracle Financials, Procurement, Projects, and Budgeting Cloud Services in January 2020 and continues to work with Sierra-Cedar to implement Oracle’s HCM Cloud Services in the midst of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Join Lucas County, Sierra Cedar, and Oracle for this timely webcast discussion of how Oracle Cloud’s advanced functionality and agility allows the County to continue financial operations and enable well-informed, real-time executive decision making during the pandemic crisis. Learn how the County is growing stronger and operating more effectively with Oracle Cloud through their response to the disruption.

We look forward to your participation!

May 21, 2020 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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