Oracle Announces Oracle Tutor 14
Monday, November 08, 2021 8:00 AM

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Integration With Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g and Business Process Analysis Suite 11g Helps Drive Workforce Effectiveness and Reduce Process Improvement Costs

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News Facts

  • To help organizations preserve and share knowledge, maintain compliance and speed employee on-boarding, Oracle today unveiled Oracle Tutor 14, the latest version of its process documentation tool.
  • A single, user-friendly repository for documenting and sharing business processes, Oracle Tutor streamlines training, facilitates information sharing and improves document consistency by enabling organizations to easily create, deploy and maintain enterprise policies and procedures.
  • Oracle Tutor 14 helps organizations retain corporate knowledge, improve workforce effectiveness, manage change, and reduce process improvement costs through effective documentation.
  • Oracle Tutor 14 includes new content conversion capabilities to help organizations customize procedures, enabling them to further reduce procedure development and business process modeling time.
  • New import and export capabilities with Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g and Oracle Business Process Analysis Suite 11g organizations share model diagrams and process documents between business process analysts and end users, saving time and ensuring standardization.
  • Oracle Tutor 14 now imports Microsoft Visio diagrams and XPDL-capable modeling files into Oracle Tutor, Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g, and Oracle Business Process Analysis Suite to accelerate content development and deployment to both technical and non-technical employees.

Supporting Quote

  • "Enterprises are increasingly under pressure to find ways to improve efficiencies and standardize process and procedures, particularly as businesses strive to stabilize their workforce in the 'new normal' economy," said Dave Shaffer, vice president, Product Management, Oracle. "Oracle Tutor 14 helps customers centralize important templates and processes, streamlining knowledge management even as organizations experience business and personnel change."

Supporting Resources

  • Oracle Tutor
  • Oracle User Productivity Kit and Oracle Tutor
  • Oracle Tutor Resource Library
  • Datasheet: Oracle Tutor
  • Demo: Tutor Documents for End Users
  • Analyst Report: IDC Viewpoint: Increasing Business Efficiency and End User Productivity
  • Oracle UPK & Tutor Blog

About Oracle Applications
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