Oracle OpenWorld 2014 OAUX Applications Cloud Exchange

What: Oracle will show new user experiences that demonstrate principles of simplicity, mobility, and extensibility. These experiences for the modern user come from different product areas, ranging from CRM to HCM to ERP. Some of these user experiences will be released in the near future, and you will be among the first to see them. Some of these user experiences are concepts, and if you like what you see, you can influence the direction of the Oracle user experience with your support. It’s important to understand that every user experience you see has the ability to touch each product family. For example, you may see a demonstration showcasing CRM data, but the same concept can be applied to ERP with the right use case. If you see a new use case for our concepts in your product space, please talk to one of the Oracle user experience team members at the event. We are not just showing you what we have; we welcome your feedback. You will notice that the majority of demos tackle Oracle Applications Cloud first. Our general strategy is to leverage the Oracle Applications Cloud technology stack to explore possible innovations. Once we have solidified a concept and coded it into the Cloud, we share the concept for evaluation with other Oracle Applications product families. You will see demonstrations of user experiences that have just been launched or will be available very soon. You will see concepts that showcase the technology we are exploring for future user experiences.

Where: At the Intercontinental Hotel in San Francisco, 888 Howard Street, during Oracle OpenWorld 2014. Look for us on the Spa Terrace.

When: Monday, September 29, 2014 from 1-4 p.m. and/or 6-8 p.m. (Refreshments provided.)

Why: User experience is a key differentiator for the Oracle Applications Cloud, and Oracle is investing heavily in the future of Applications Cloud user experiences. See for yourself what our near-release and future research and development user experience concepts look like, and talk to the people who are building them.

Who: This is a networking opportunity for key partners, Oracle influencers, and the team that designs the Oracle user experience. Refreshments and appetizers will be served. For the first time ever, Oracle is allowing selected customers to attend this event, however customers must be escorted by an Oracle partner or Oracle solution consultant. As a reminder: This is an invitation-only event. Your company must have a signed CPCA/PPCA in place in order for you to attend. No photography is allowed except by Oracle staff.

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