Did you know you can Personalize Oracle Cloud screens to make data entry more efficient?

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Business Case: End User Requires fastest way possible to enter data into Oracle Cloud Application.

Oracle Cloud offers the Page Composer inside the Sandbox feature which allows page personalizations within the Oracle Cloud applications. The Business Administrators can personalize pages such as, but not limited to, expose or hide fields, make them required or read-only, display a KPI dashboard based on an application role, and more.

For example,

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Our customer had a business requirement that all AP invoices need a specific activity date at the invoice header, but the field is not displayed in the standard form layout. This is a challenge because it creates more work and decreases efficiency for the end user.

Personalizing the AP invoice form to open in advanced mode, displays the required field upon opening the form, saving the AP processors time to enter the data.

In summary, Oracle Cloud’s page personalization capabilities allow customers to modify the application forms look and feel to meet their specific needs. That’s cool!


These capabilities exist across the platform. With some creativity, you can make the user experience better, every single day, saving the company time and money by increasing productivity and accuracy.

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Noeli Rosa, Solutions Architect - Oracle ERP Consulting Unit at Perficient.

Noeli Rosa - Seasoned architect with 25+ years of experience with the Oracle Financials and Supply Chain. My Oracle experience includes full-cycle Global implementation in both functional lead and SME roles, gathering business requirements, business process design and reengineering, gap analysis, functional and technical design and testing, development, conversion strategy, implementation, and end user training planning and delivery.

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