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<p>Happy New Year!&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style=”background-color: transparent;”>As an Agile user, the start of another year lets us know it is&nbsp; may know that this is the time where Oracle will host the Modern Supply Chain Experience. It’s there that an announcement will be made about their latest version becoming available. Eventually, every user will reach a point when it makes sense to upgrade. The decision, then, needs to be made whether to attempt the upgrade in-house or with an Agile specialist, like myself. Regardless of the direction you go, I want you to have a successful upgrade.&nbsp; So we’ll cover each step that needs to be taken, and if you follow them precisely, you will be up and running in no time.</span></p>
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