Fusion User Experience Advocates : 1 Year Later
By Mvaughan-Oracle on Jan 27, 2012
By Misha Vaughan & Kathy Miedema, Applications User Experience
mentioned a group that we call FXA before. Members of
this group, the Fusion User Experience Advocates, are ACE
Directors who have been trained on the Oracle Fusion
Applications User Experience by the Oracle Applications User Experience
Floyd Teter, Innowave & Oracle ACE Director
part of their training, they’ve agreed to present at Oracle user groups
around the world on a variety of topics that relate to the Fusion
Applications user experience. They have unprecedented access to demos
and presentations that only members of the Oracle Applications User
Experience team have ever given, and they are trained on how to present
that user experience to customers.
Debra Lilley, Fujitsu & Oracle ACE Director
Floyd Teter, Innowave Technology: “Most of the world is still waiting to see this for the first time.”
Debra Lilley, Fujitsu: “It helps to dissect a presentation” to really understand what you are going to talk about.
Karen Brownfield, Rolta: “It was wonderful.”
appreciated having a group learning event, so that they could bring
their own expertise to the table during the dissection and delivery of
presentations. They learned from our team as well as each other because
the training event really promoted a collaborative learning atmosphere.
Misha Vaughan, Oracle Applications User Experience
Why would you want to learn more about the Fusion Applications user experience?
Oracle Fusion Applications is Oracle’s answer to the next generation of enterprise software. Not only has it set a new standard for the way you work, it’s already changing the face of enterprise applications.
User experience features in Fusion Applications are already present in PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, and more Oracle applications. We talk about that a lot, here and at Usable Apps, our Web site devoted to the usability improvements in the Oracle applications user experience.
What you may not know is that these user experience features, and the features in Fusion, came from the same research. Extensive customer observation, an exhaustive look at the best practices in all Oracle existing applications and our acquisitions, modern trends in the consumer world, and a careful assessment of users ever-changing needs that could be met with Oracle technology -- have contributed to the new user experience features that are available today.
And when you see them in Fusion Applications, you will get an idea of what is available in your current Oracle application, if you haven’t upgraded lately. You might even want to think about developing a co-existence strategy with your current applications.
Why should the FXA team matter to you?
can tap into the knowledge and training of the FXA team. You have access to them
through Oracle user groups. Hearing them speak, and learning more about
the Oracle Fusion Applications user experience tools and features, is as
simple as attending one of their presentations.
If you’re interested in seeing more, contact shannon.whiteman @ oracle.com to see where our FXA presenters will be next.