See Oracle Applications' User Experience Future at Open World 2013
By Richard Lefebvre on Aug 28, 2013
If you will be attending Oracle Open World 2013, you might want to be attend an exclusive event for Oracle Applications: Oracle is giving select, vetted partners a look at what’s coming in the Oracle user experience during an OpenWorld 2013 expo event hosted jointly by the Oracle Partner Network (OPN) and the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team.
This is an invitation-only event. Your company must have a signed CPCA/PPCA in place in order for you to attend. No photography is allowed except by our staff photographer.
You are welcome to tell colleagues that you came to this event, and describe the general content of what you saw. You are restricted from sharing the specific nature of the content until such content is made generally available by Oracle, or otherwise communicated out by Oracle, e.g., via Oracle Partner Network.
Oracle will show new user experiences that demonstrate principles of simplicity, mobility, and extensibility. These experiences for the modern user come from different product areas, ranging from ERP to CRM to HCM. Some of these user experiences will be released in the near future, and you will be among the first to see them. Some of these user experiences are concepts, and if you like what you see, you can influence the direction of the Oracle user experience with your support.
It’s important to understand that every user experience you see has the ability to touch each product family. For example, you may see a demonstration showcasing CRM data, but the same concept can be applied to ERP with the right use case. If you see a new use case for our concepts in your product space, please talk to one of the Oracle user experience team members at the event. We are not just showing you what we have; we welcome your feedback.
Where: Marriott Marquis, Chill Zone and Bin 55, San Francisco
When: 1:30-4:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23