Oracle OpenWorld Kicks Off Today Delivering A Full Week of Insight, Education, and Unique Experiences
By Jeri Kelley on Sep 30, 2012
San Francisco has been transformed into a sea of red and more than 50,000 attendees from 140 countries will converge in the Bay Area for a week of education and insight into Oracle's strategy and roadmap on today’s leading technology initiatives, including engineered systems, cloud computing, business analytics and big data, and customer experience.
Tonight kicked off with Oracle CEO Larry Ellison discussing how Oracle is taking a fundamentally different approach to delivering technology that is engineered to work together to give customers extreme performance, simplicity, and cost savings. The jam-packed week continues with:
- More than 2,500 educational sessions
- Nearly 3,500 customer and partner speakers from marquee brands sharing how they are using Oracle technology to power their businesses
- Over 400 Oracle product demonstrations in the DEMOgrounds – make sure to stop by to see the latest demonstrations for our Customer Experience solutions including Oracle Commerce, Oracle RightNow, Oracle WebCenter, Oracle Fusion CRM, Oracle Social Relationship Management, and more.
With more educational content than ever before, OpenWorld also expands to include six sub-conferences within the main OpenWorld umbrella including the Customer Experience Summit @ OpenWorld which runs October 3rd-5th.
All of this education and insight comes with some fun as well. OpenWorld has become an exciting destination with new experiences unveiled each year including the debut of the first annual Oracle OpenWorld Music Festival, featuring some of today’s hottest acts, emerging bands and DJs over five nights playing at locations throughout San Francisco.
Our Customer Experience team will be blogging and tweeting all week to keep you up-to-date so be sure to subscribe to our Customer Experience blog and follow us on Twitter and Facebook:
If you are at OpenWorld, we hope you have a great week and get the knowledge you need to take your Oracle applications to the next level. And, if you were not able to make it this year, be sure to tune into the sessions that are broadcast live online.