By now you have heard a lot of talk about the benefits and
features of leveraging cloud services. But before you commit you need to TRY IT
– RIGHT? Well, here’s your CHANCE! Starting
today and all the way to Oracle OpenWorld 2016 (OOW16), you will get a chance
to experience our cloud services in action.
We’ve designed a unique and tailored experience just for our
attendees at OOW16 - the Oracle
OpenWorld Content and Experience Management website! This site is built
completely on Oracle’s content management solution – Oracle Sites Cloud Service
and Oracle Documents Cloud Service. Take a look!
So consider this … no more fumbling through printed
materials, no more trying to find when or
where the next session is or where the
demogrounds are located? At this year’s Oracle OpenWorld, you’ll have a much
more simplified and engaging experience, from any device – web, phone, tablet!
OpenWorld Content and Experience site is the ONLY link you will need to keep tabs on all things Digital Experience
at Oracle OpenWorld 2016 (OOW16). You will find information on the upcoming
sessions, the day’s agenda, ready information on Hands-on-Labs, Demo locations
and hours, and more. Live twitter feed and pictures will allow you to
experience the conference in real time. The site is mobile-first so you can
enjoy a rich, dynamic mobile experience.
They say … you have to experience it to believe it, with
#OOW16 here’s your chance.
We designed this site just for you! We did our best to create a tailored
conference experience and also show off a few of the capabilities available to
all customers using Oracle Documents and Sites Cloud service. From dynamic
components like “Latest Sessions” and live twitter feeds, to picking up session
content and documents, Oracle users built this site in record 3 days and that’s with multiple stakeholders
involved. Says Sudhir Dureja from Oracle Enterprise Operations, “Once we
sketched what the site components would be, it was simply a matter of
leveraging pre-built templates and dragging and dropping components into the
site. Site building was the shortest step in the process. In fact, it is so
straight forward that our marketing colleague was directly dropping in and
placing the content she wanted on the site.”
What’s more, because it is so incredibly simple, you will
find new components being added to the website over the next few days. So, keep
this link handy on your mobile/web browser:
and experience the digital site built for users, by users.
one more thing … Not to ruin the surprise but once on the site you’ll
not only stay connected, get all the relevant information you need but you may
also be “rewarded” at #OOW16 if you
stay tuned!!! Let’s just say there are mobile beacons involved! So what are you
Enough Cloud Talk, Time to #OracleDX
Get connected, tweet along, and see you at #OOW16!
Making of the Oracle
OpenWorld Content and Experience Site - A Snapshot in Pictures:
Drag-and-drop interface to drop components and build
sections and themes
Adding social media icons
Publishing a document directly from Oracle Documents Cloud
Service so that the site document is always up to date.