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Learn How Oracle WebCenter Portal Can Empower Your Customers

Kellsey Ruppel
Principal Product Marketing Director
Oracle Corporation
Engage Customers with a Consistent and Connected Online Experience

Learn How Oracle WebCenter Portal Can Empower Your Customers

Los
Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is the largest public
utility company in the United States. It provides water and power for
more than 1.6 million residential and commercial customers in Southern
California. LADWP was looking for an enterprise-class portal to increase
customer self-service Web transactions.


Join us for this Webcast and hear about Oracle’s portal- and
composite-applications solution, Oracle WebCenter Portal, which is now
used to power the Los Angeles utility’s ladwp.com, a multilingual,
customer self-service site.


Oracle WebCenter Portal provides LADWP customers a portal that includes:

  • Account information such as bills, payments, and rebate processing
  • Application and content management integration
  • Multichannel access, including mobile devices

Attend this
Webcast, the first in a three-part series, and learn how a self-service
portal can empower your customers, provide real-time access to data,
reduce costs, and increase customer loyalty.

Register now for the Webcast.

Oracle Fusino Middleware Webcenter
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Register now for the Webcast.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET

Presented by:

Matt Lampe

CIO, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Oracle WebCenter Series

Self-Service Portals: Increasing Satisfaction for Employees, Customers, and Partners

Webcast

City of Los Angeles Improves Customer Satisfaction with
Self-Service Portal

Whitepaper

Oracle WebCenter Portal:
High-Value Web Experiences Through Self-Service Portals

(Coming Soon)

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Los Angeles Department of Building & Safety Lowers Customer Service Costs with Oracle WebCenter
(Coming Soon)

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