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 Oracle has created a B2B network, Oracle B2B Commerce, that is available to it ERP users. These include Oracle, Fusion, and NetSuite customers, the company said at its Oracle Cloud World conference this month.

The first banking partner provided is direct integration to J.P. Morgan Payments, but more will be added, according to Natalia Rachelson group VP outbound product management cloud applications. Besides automatically the selling the purchasing process, it automatically creates journal entries and reconciles AP and AR. B2B Commerce is made available at no charge to existing customers.  In addition, the software company introduced the Oracle Applications Platform. The platform offers developers the tools Oracle users for its fusion applications, including a software development toolkit, Redwood UX Building Blocks. Among other tools are the low-code tool Visual Builder Studio that can be utilized to add features and capabilities. Oracle’s search components enable developers to integrate, self-tuning search capabilities in their apps and preserve learned suggestions across devices.

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