Wednesday Jun 19, 2013

Oracle EDGE Applications Partner Roadshow

Invitation to the Oracle EDGE Applications Partner Roadshow

Dear Partner,

Following the outstanding success of the Oracle European Value Chain Summit in March 2013, we are delighted to invite you to this key event. This is a unique opportunity for any Oracle Alliance & Channel Managers & their Partners to connect with the Oracle Edge Sales and Management Team to understand the relevance and value of the entire Oracle Edge Portfolio of Applications in solving complex customer issues and supporting a variety of evolving Partner Go-To-Market business models.

Oracle Edge Applications (PLM, VCE, VCP, MDM, GRC, OPA)

With strong participation from the key Oracle Edge Applications Sales business leaders, attendees will get the opportunity to hear about the benefits of the Oracle Edge Solutions within three different value-added contexts:

Value 1: Oracle Edge Application Strategy
Value 2: Oracle Value Chain Transformation Vision
Value 3: Individual Application Business Line Differentiators

Following on from the morning presentations, Oracle Partners will also get the opportunity in the afternoon to challenge and discuss the value of Oracle Edge Applications in the context of their own Go-To-Market business models. These sensitive discussions will be managed
via focused 1-2-1 breakout meetings with the relevant Oracle Edge Applications Sales Business Leaders.

When

Where

To Register

Tuesday, July 09th 2013
09 am to 04 pm

Utrecht

Tuesday, July 16th 2013
09 am to 04 pm

London

Wednesday, August 28th 2013
09 am to 04 pm

Paris

IIMPORTANT NOTE: ONLY 60 ATTENDEE PLACES AVAILABLE PER LOCATION - BOOK NOW TO AVOID MISSING OUT.


There is a strict limit to the number of people who can attend this event based on site logistics for the day. Please note that Partners will be given priority over Oracle personnel registrations. Partners however may only register a maximum of 2 personnel from their company plus the supporting local Oracle Alliance & Channel Manager.

Thank you for your understanding

09:00-09:10

Welcome
Greeting/Introductionto the objectives behind the Partner Roadshow

09:10-09:30

Oracle EDGE Strategy and Go to Market
Introduction to the Oracle Edge Strategy and how its role in value creation

09:30-09:40

Oracle Value Chain Transformation Vision
Introduction to the Oracle Value Chain Transformation Vision

09:40-10:10

Oracle Enterprise Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
A short introduction on the value of Oracle Enterprise Product Lifecycle Management
Solutions

10:10-10:40

Oracle Value Chain Planning (VCP)
A short introduction on the value of Oracle Value Chain Planning Solutions

10:40-11:10

Oracle Value Chain Execution (VCE)
A short introduction on the value of Oracle Value Chain Execution Solutions

11:15-11:30

Coffee Break

11:30-12:00

Oracle Master Data Management (MDM)/ Enterprise Data Quality (EDQ)
A short introduction on the value of Oracle Master Data Management and
Oracle Enterprise Data Quality Solutions

12:00-12:30

Oracle Policy Automation (OPA)
A short introduction on the value of Oracle Policy Automation Solutions

12:30-13:00

Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)
A short introduction on the value of Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance Solutions

13:00-13:45

Lunch/Networking

13:45-16:00

1-2-1 workshops between Oracle Sales Leaders/Proxy with Partner Principals
Interactive discussions and sharing of use case insights to define strategic,
sales, integration and financial fit of Oracle Edge Applications with the evolving
partner Solution GTM business models

16:00

Finish

 

Partnering is key to Oracle's success - we depend on our partners to grow, we need them to extend our reach,expand our market coverage and ensure Oracle Edge Applications continues to lead the way forward in solving complex business problems across the Supply Chain and beyond.

We look forward to welcoming you all to the Edge Partner Roadshow.

Martyn Murley: Partner Advisory Team Director, Edge Applications, Western Europe
Alec Towlson: Partner Advisor, Edge Applications, Western Europe

Cloud-Computing Made Simple - a new blog by Enigen UK

Our CRM & CX partner Enigen UK is launching a new blog about Cloud Computing.

This is worth visiting at:  http://www.enigen.co.uk/blog/cloud-computing-made-simple/

Oracle Endeca Information Discovery Training from Oracle University

Get Trained in Oracle Endeca Information Discovery

Oracle University’s course: Oracle Endeca Information Discovery 3.0: Getting Started has just become available in both an In Class and Live Virtual Class format. This 3-day course will teach you the concepts of Oracle Endeca Information Discovery data exploration and ingest, as well as give you hands-on development of an Oracle Endeca Information Discovery sample business application using Integrator and Studio.

At the end of the course you will be able to:

·         Ingest data into Endeca Server using Integrator.

·         Join data using Integrator.

·         Configure data using Integrator.

·         Create a discovery application using Studio.

·         Work with the Oracle Endeca Information Discovery sample business application.

·         Create search interfaces.

·         Create and edit attribute groups to enhance Guided Navigation.

·         Create precedence rules to enhance Guided Navigation.

·         Create and use Views to configure data visualization components in Studio.

Why not register for one of the Live Virtual Class scheduled on:

  • ·         04-06 September at 15:00  - 23:00  CET
  • ·         14-16 October at 15:00  - 23:00  CET
  • ·         25-27 November at 16:00 – 23:00 CET

These hours mean you can also be (partially) billable on these days.

Remember that your OPN discount is applied to the standard prices shown on the website.

Get in contact with your local Oracle University team for more information, to request additional course dates and for assistance.

The First 4 Questions of a Social Strategy

Let’s face it.  In many businesses, there is no social strategy. Because of all the social media buzz, a Facebook Page was launched, a Twitter stream was started, and their management was tasked to someone, perhaps by virtue of being in their early 20’s, as part of their job. They get a bemused pat on the head when followers go up, but then it’s back to business as it was done in the 90’s.

If something’s worth doing at all, it’s worth having a plan and a purpose. Even company picnics have a plan and a purpose. They’re sometimes more strategized than social is.

So for those still in the starting blocks, here are 4 things to ask to get a serious-minded social strategy going....

Read the 4 essential questions & responses about the Social Strategy in Mike Stiles's blog article here

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