Oracle Sales & Oracle Partner Briefing: Oracle's Applications Cloud User Experience Strategy & Roadmap

What: In this two-hour, quick-hit briefing seminar on the Sunday prior to OpenWorld 2014, Oracle sales and partners will get an early look at the user experience highlights of Release 9, with a focus on Oracle HCM Cloud, Oracle Sales Cloud, and user experience extensibility highlights. In the first hour, learn about the user experience talking points to highlight for release 9, and then enjoy lunch on us. In the second hour, we will cover extensibility and PaaS4SaaS talking points in release 9l. Now, we may be able to cover more than this, but that will only become clear closer to OpenWorld. The goal of the briefing is to give anyone in a sales or pre-sales role, and within a partner organization, early information on the user experience in Oracle HCM Cloud and Sales Cloud -- before customers approach you with questions at OpenWorld. This is a tactical briefing event. We will focus on soon-to-be available or newly available UX features only.

Where: Intercontinental Hotel in San Francisco, 888 Howard Street. Room: Telegraph Hill.

When: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014

Why: Send your Oracle OpenWorld partner staff to a quick-hit event on the Oracle Applications Cloud user experience (UX) roadmap, so that they are primed to field questions about user experience from your customers prior to OpenWorld. Hear both pre-sales messaging and strategy on the Oracle Applications Cloud user experiences, and get a high-level review of Oracle's extensibility plans. Have a chance to ask questions first-hand from the team who designed and built the simplified user interface (UI) for Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle Sales Cloud.

Who: Oracle Applications partners with an Systems Integrator (SI) focus should send pre-sales and implementation staff, especially those focused on Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle Sales Cloud. Oracle Applications partners who are Independent Software Vendor (ISV) should send staff aligned with the Oracle Applications Cloud from a business development perspective, as well as developers with an interest in consuming the design work.

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