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Happy Lunar new year

Posted on February 6th, 2008 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

chinesenewyearTomorrow is Chinese New Year(February 7, 2008) ,the Year of the Rat. According to Wikipedia, the rat "was welcomed in ancient times as a protector and bringer of material prosperity."

I wish a very happy Chinese New Year (Gong Xi Fa Cai…).

Have a safe, and prosperous year ahead.

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Happy New Year 2008 I wish You ALL !

Posted on December 31st, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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On this last day of 2007, I would like to take a moment to wish everyone a happy, healthy, blessed and peaceful New Year! Hope your 2008 is a great one!

Happy New Year 2008!

 

 

 

Affectionately yours,

Sanjit Anand

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Assess your aptitude for Project Leadership

Posted on November 30th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

I get across a nice article for leadership skill. In fact there are a variety of skills and personality characteristics that make a great project leader. The article nicely describes the list of indications that he/she may not be well suited to be a project manager.

These are the 10 signs that you aren't cut out to be a project manager.

  1. You are a poor communicator
  2. You don’t like to document things
  3. You prefer the details
  4. You don’t work well with people
  5. You don’t like to manage people
  6. You don’t like to follow processes
  7. You like to execute and not plan
  8. You prefer to be an order taker
  9. You are not organized
  10. You think project management is “overhead”

Read the Entire post:10 Things Blog,CNET Tech Republic

10 signs that you aren't cut out to be a project manager

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OracleApps Epicenter :1,00,000+ and Counting

Posted on November 30th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

Today I noticed, sometime in this month the count meter from Statcounter/Sitemeter crossed over the 1,00,000 Page view mark. It was indeed an important milestone for my contribution to the Oracle community through this platform. It's not bad. In that time in spite of tight timeline I manage to wrote about more than 135 blog post with around 1,000+ comments, which I responding offline or online. Currently, this blog gets about 600 visits and 1700-1800 page views (aka hits) each week days and nearly 400+ during weekends. I hope the next 1,00,000 views comes very sooner.A big thanks to everyone visiting and reading my blog .

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Welcome to my New Home

Posted on March 29th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

Well, I have decided to start writing and sharing online. Not for any particular purpose other than to write, so i have started my own oracle apps blog at wordpress, but because of fire wel issue, I was not able to utilize my own home as a reference point, which I have started with single mind.

So,after several weeks of thought and evaluating some hosting company I have decided to move this blog to a new home. From now on I will be using www.oracleappshub.com as my new home. Next couple of weeks I will try to import all post from wordpress to oracleappshub.com.

Thanks again for your interest and I hope you enjoy my Blog entries.

Farewell wordpress , and hello my own domain ..oracleappshub.comicn thumbs 32x32

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My ERP supplier has been acquired – now what?

Posted on February 24th, 2007 by anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

The recent couple of years have seen lot many mergers and acquisitions, thus the flow of data and supply chain that might get affected as some of information get changed when your supplier get acquired.Sharon Crawford has nicely analyses the whole situation and potentially point out some of best case. Read the whole article

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Oracle’s Own E-Business Suite Global Single Instance

Posted on December 29th, 2006 by anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

I was always excited to know ,what product would be used by ERP vendors like SAP, Oracle..Finally after long I got the answer atlaest for Oracle, when I found Steve shared some of the information in title "Oracle's Own E-Business Suite Global Single Instance".

  • 6 TB of data
  • 8 billion rows of data
  • 120 organizations
  • 431 sets of books
  • 340 million GL lines
  • 1.1 million customers
  • 300,000 vendors
  • 40 million AR invoice lines
  • 193,000 projects

..what else,This simply make a Oracle proud of there own product, the product that they started for ERP worldd sometime early ninties.

Infact Bret Fuller shared learning experince. You can read the details to the link mention below.
http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/columns/fuller_global.html
http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/applications/Events/OOW-2005/S1008_Bret_Fuller.pdf

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