November 8th: Oracle Open World Debrief

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Take 150 minutes of your time to discover the biggest highlihgths of Oracle Open World! On November 8th 2011, the OBUG (Benelux User Group) and Capgemini organise the Oracle Open World Debrief. We will debrief you in 150 minutes with a series of  powerful and compact presentations on the highlights of  Oracle’s  Open World event. […]

Take 150 minutes of your time to discover the biggest highlihgths of Oracle Open World!

On November 8th 2011, the OBUG (Benelux User Group) and Capgemini organise the Oracle Open World Debrief. We will debrief you in 150 minutes with a series of  powerful and compact presentations on the highlights of  Oracle’s  Open World event. We have a session on the afternoon and one in the evening.

Agenda afternoon:

Introduction
Hardware Platform (EXAx)
Fusion Middleware
Webcenter
BPM
Fusion Apps – CRM
Fusion Apps –  HCM
Public Cloud
Apex and Cloud
Enterprise Manager
Toyota
BI
It’s a Wrap

Agenda Evening:

Introduction
Hardware Platform (EXAx)
Fusion Middleware
Webcenter
Mobility
BPM
BI
Fusion Apps – CRM
Fusion Apps – HCM
Fusion Apps – Finance
Public Cloud
Enterprise Manager
It’s a Wrap

Oracle’s 5 day event  has been held from October 2th, till October 7th in San Francisco. Oracle has, as always, unveiled its strategies and new products during this event.

The 5 days in 150 minutes tour is therefore a great opportunity to be informed about all this.

So block your calendar, and subscribe yourself at this link.

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